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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #20 on: January 15, 2014, 09:58:17 AM »
if you go to look at the training sessions there are alot of new players there now, some very good ones too, think they will be a top team this year,good coaches there as well , not going to mention the faces i know in case they don,t sign but they look to be putting together a very good team, except some news soon i would say !
Yep I know one attacking midfield/center forward that has signed recently .

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« Reply #21 on: January 15, 2014, 09:15:33 PM »
Me too, but up against stern WPL opposition she couldn't do much beyond average unfortunately.... or just maybe she was keeping something in reserve for WSL...hence the reason I didn't mention her

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2nd round games today
« Reply #22 on: January 26, 2014, 04:40:02 PM »
Copsewood 2-1 FC Reedswood
Sporting Club Albion P-P Preston North End
Liverpool Feds P-P Sheffield FC
Blackpool Wren Rovers P-P Bradford City
Enfield Town P-P Chichester City
Keynsham Town 0-4 Portsmouth
Plymouth Argyle P-P Exeter City
West Ham United P-P C&K Basildon

Portsmouth scored twice in the first 17 minutes, Gemma Simmons following up to tap in after stand-in keeper Leanne Lapham parried Charley's Wilson's shot and Gemma Hillier netted after Wilson hit the post.

Five minutes befpre the break, Sarah Kempson cross-shot floated straight in and Simmonds rounded off the scoring with a powerful effort into the top corner.

Pompey now host fellow Premier League Southern side Lewes in the 3rd Round on February 9th.

The postponed 2nd Round ties will hopefully all be completed next Sunday.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #23 on: January 31, 2014, 10:14:25 AM »
this is the fourth successive sunday of attempts to complete 2nd Round ties and there are still six matches outstanding.

THE FA WOMEN’S CUP
SECOND ROUND PROPER
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 2ND (1pm)
WINNERS RECEIVE £300

Sporting Club Albion v Preston North End (Halesowen Town FC)
Liverpool Feds v Sheffield FC (Heron Eccles Playing Field)
Blackpool Wren Rovers v Bradford City (Blackpool Wren Rovers FC)
Enfield Town v Chichester City (Enfield Town FC)
Plymouth Argyle v Exeter City (Vospers Oak Villa FC)
West Ham United v C&K Basildon (Thurrock FC)

The winners of the game between Enfield and Chichester face a long trek to Durham, while there's attractive fixtures to be fought for at home to two other WSL 2 teams as Sporting Club Albion or Preston will get to play Yeovil, while West Ham or C&K Basildon can challenge Watford.

Liverpool Feds and Sheffield FC meet for the right to visit Charlton Athletic, Bradford City must get past North West League hosts Blackpool Wren Rovers to set up a home tie with Cardiff City, while the Devon derby between Plymouth Argyle and Exeter City determines who receives a visit from Premier League Brighton.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #24 on: January 31, 2014, 04:07:59 PM »
what I want to know is what happens if these matches still don't go ahead at the 4th time of asking? reversed again or 3rd round opposition given a bye?

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #25 on: January 31, 2014, 04:27:01 PM »
Needs to be some common sense shown and relax ground regs so these can get played on any available 3g pitch.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #26 on: January 31, 2014, 05:12:36 PM »
what I want to know is what happens if these matches still don't go ahead at the 4th time of asking? reversed again or 3rd round opposition given a bye?
I think they just try again the week after, I am sure waether was awful a few eyars ago and no one got a bye.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #27 on: January 31, 2014, 05:17:59 PM »
what I want to know is what happens if these matches still don't go ahead at the 4th time of asking? reversed again or 3rd round opposition given a bye?
I think they just try again the week after, I am sure waether was awful a few eyars ago and no one got a bye.
exactly so. Three years ago, matches from three different rounds took place on the same day .

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #28 on: February 02, 2014, 08:12:55 AM »
Next week on the 9th of February, there will be games played for the 2nd and 3rd round. As the 4th round is on the 16th of March, I dont think we will get a repeat of that games from 4 different rounds played on the same day lol.

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« Reply #29 on: February 04, 2014, 10:28:57 AM »
SECOND ROUND PROPER

Sporting Club Albion P-P Preston North End
Liverpool Feds 0-10 Sheffield FC
Blackpool Wren Rovers P-P Bradford City
Enfield Town 0-6 Chichester City
Plymouth Argyle 6-1 Exeter City
West Ham United P-P C&K Basildon

Enfield Town 0-6 Chichester City

Chichester City have booked themselves a trip to WSL 2 side Durham WFC next week after hitting hosts Enfield Town for six.

But it was more than half an hour before Kally Ambler opened the scoring from a Lauren Cheshire cross, with the latter striking the second from 20 yards before the break.

Ambler was gifted her second goal soon after the restart and Abbey Shrubb came off the bench to score direct from a corner. Hollie Wride then added a brace in the last dozen minutes.

Plymouth Argyle 6-1 Exeter City

Plymouth also netted half a dozen in a 6-1 Devon derby win over fellow South West Combination side, Exeter City. Argyle's reward is a home tie with Premier League Brighton next Sunday.

Plymouth got off to a flying start with three goals in 15 minutes as Rebekah Rose tucked away an early penalty, Katie Middleton's through ball picked out Emily Mousley who rounded the keeper to score and a reverse ball by Ellie Dorey saw Mousley lob her second.

The Grecians reduced the arrears on 56 minutes only for Mousley to complete her hat-trick, Middleton to then find the top corner with a free kick before Dorey got the sixth.

Liverpool Feds 0-10 Sheffield FC

After four postponements, Premier League Northern Division leaders Sheffield FC cruised to 10-0 victory at their Northern Combination hosts, Liverpol Feds.

It was 8-0 at the break and Carla Ward opened the scoring from the spot after Jodie Michakska was brought down. Issy Hayes played in Michalska to slot into the bottom corner, Becky Lee netted the third with 19 minutes played and Michalska played the ball in behind to pick out run of Hayes to make it 4-0.

Ellie Gilliatt's driven cross from the byline was turned in by Ward from a tight angle before Gilliatt scored herself following a one-two with Ward. There were two quick goals at the end of the first half as Lisa Giampalma scored and then crossed for Ward to complete her hat-trick.

Nine minutes after the restart, Giampalma got her second and Michalska rounded off the scoring in the last minute as Sheffield booked a trip to Charlton Athletic next weekend.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #30 on: February 07, 2014, 10:42:22 AM »
Sunday February 9th (2pm)

THE FA WOMEN’S CUP

SECOND ROUND
Bradford City v Blackpool Wren Rovers (Thackley AFC)
C&K Basildon v West Ham United (Harlow Town FC)
Preston North End v Sporting Club Albion (Bamber Bridge FC)

3RD ROUND
Plymouth Argyle v Brighton & Hove Albion (Vospers Oak Villa FC)
Charlton Athletic v Sheffield FC (Thamesmead Town FC, 1pm)
Nottingham Forest v Gillingham (Hucknall Town FC)
Portsmouth v Lewes (Blackfield & Langley FC)
Durham WFC v Chichester City (New Ferens Park, 12:00)
Crystal Palace v Derby County (Crystal Palace National Sports Centre)
Coventry City v Stoke City (Ricoh Arena)
Leeds United v London Bees (Ossett Town FC)
Blackburn Rovers v Middlesbrough (AFC Darwen)
Copsewood v Larkhall Athletic (Coventry Copsewood FC)
Aston Villa v Doncaster Rovers Belles (Sutton Town FC)
Millwall Lionesses v Reading (Beckenham Town FC)
Sunderland v Oxford United (Hetton Centre, 1pm)

It's an incredible fifth attempt to complete the second round, as Bradford City and Blackpool Wren Rovers battle for the right to host Cardiff City, C&K Basildon tackle West Ham with a home tie against WSL 2 Watford at stake, while Preston play Sporting Club Albion with another WSL newcomer, Yeovil Town, waiting to visit the victors.

There are three all-WSL ties in the third round as Aston Villa host demoted Doncaster Rovers Belles, Millwall meet Reading and Sunderland receive a visit from Oxford United.

Two more WSL sides are in their first competitive action of 2014 as London Bees go to Leeds United and Durham entertain Chichester City in a noon kick-off after their long weekend journey north.

Four fixtures are all Premier League affairs, with Coventry City getting to play at the Ricoh Arena against Stoke City. Charlton Athletic face Northern Division leaders Sheffield FC, Nottingham Forest and Gillingham clash with both sides going well in their respective tables, while Portsmouth play Lewes for a fourth time this season. Lewes won the first two in league and league cup but Pompey ran out 5-1 winners last time round.

South West Combination title hopeful, Plymouth Argyle have home advantage over Brighton & Hove Albion, while another Premier League side, Blackburn Rovers, host Middlesbrough of the Northern Combination.

The clash between Copsewood and Larkhall Athletic will see at least one combination team make the fourth round but the lowest ranked side left is Crystal Palace of the London * South East Premier, who have a big match at home to Derby County.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #31 on: February 07, 2014, 11:27:32 AM »
99% likely the Plymouth vs. Brighton game will be off

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #32 on: February 07, 2014, 04:52:54 PM »
what I want to know is what happens if these matches still don't go ahead at the 4th time of asking? reversed again or 3rd round opposition given a bye?
Reversed again as C&K Basildon are at home again as it was originally planned.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #33 on: February 07, 2014, 07:04:09 PM »
what I want to know is what happens if these matches still don't go ahead at the 4th time of asking? reversed again or 3rd round opposition given a bye?
Reversed again as C&K Basildon are at home again as it was originally planned.

in fact they are playing on a neutral ground with a 3g pitch at Harlow. C and K normally play on grass at the Selex centre.


On Chichester's match report from last week, it is stated that if they had needed a fifth attempt it would have reverted to the original venue. Thanks to a lot of hard work, that didn't happen.

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #34 on: February 07, 2014, 08:06:38 PM »
Millwall vs Reading postponed to Sun 16th  >:(

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #35 on: February 07, 2014, 11:59:48 PM »
Apparently Preston North End have a bye to the 3rd round and will be playing Yeovil next week!

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #36 on: February 08, 2014, 12:33:28 AM »
Amazingly it seems that the first they knew of it was the FA website!

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« Reply #37 on: February 08, 2014, 05:29:51 PM »
Apparently Preston North End have a bye to the 3rd round and will be playing Yeovil next week!

Why Preston and not SCA? Out of a hat?

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Re: FA Women's Cup 2013-14
« Reply #38 on: February 08, 2014, 06:30:32 PM »
Apparently Preston North End have a bye to the 3rd round and will be playing Yeovil next week!

Why Preston and not SCA? Out of a hat?
Weird one, this is what Preston tweeted.

PrestonNorthEnd WFC ‏@PNEWomenFC  Feb 7
According to the FA website, we have received a walkover in the FA Cup so will now play @YeovilLadiesFC in the 3rd Round at @BamberBridgeFC


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« Reply #39 on: February 10, 2014, 09:43:45 AM »
Seven of the sixteen scheduled FA Women's Cup ties beat the weather but there will need to be a sixth attempt to complete the second round.

 Sunday February 9th
THE FA WOMEN’S CUP
2ND ROUND
Bradford City P-P Blackpool Wren Rovers
C&K Basildon 3-3 West Ham United (aet, West Ham won 4-3 on pens)
Preston North End H/W Sporting Club Albion

3RD ROUND
Plymouth Argyle P-P Brighton & Hove Albion
Charlton Athletic P-P Sheffield FC
Nottingham Forest P-P Gillingham
Portsmouth 3-0 Lewes
Durham WFC 4-0 Chichester City
Crystal Palace P-P Derby County
Coventry City 3-1 Stoke City
Leeds United P-P London Bees
Blackburn Rovers P-P Middlesbrough
Copsewood 3-2(aet) Larkhall Athletic
Aston Villa 0-2 Doncaster Rovers Belles
Millwall Lionesses P-P Reading
Sunderland 5-1 Oxford United

Aston Villa 0-2 Doncaster Rovers Belles

Doncaster scored two second half goals at Sutton Town FC to make a winning start to their season. When Sue Smith was brought in the box, Victoria Williams stepped up to convert. Smith again contributed to the second goal witb a chip into the box which Bethany England fired home on the turn. Belles later won another spot-kick as Smith was taken down but this time Williams' effort rocked the crossbar.

Durham 4-0 Chichester City

Chichester City held out for over half an hour at WSL2 side Durham WFC but then conceded two own-goals before the break as their 27-match unbeaten run moved to a close. Beth Hepple struck home the third on 63 minutes and although the South West Combination side were unlucky not to register when twice denied by the post, Durham added a fourth late on through Zoe Ness. The hosts' victory was marred by Jess White sustaining a broken collarbone.

Sunderland 5-1 Oxford United (Att: 160)

Sunderland went ahead 12 minutes in against Oxford United when Rachel Furness poked home after Demi Lambourne spilled a corner. Rebekah Bass broke though the defence to double the lead on 24 minutes. Lauren Allison rounded Rachel Laws but was unable to find the hosts' net and Vicky Greenwell went very close with a free kick for the Black Cats. The lead was halved 10 minutes before the break when Louise Fellows volleyed in Sahara Osborne-Ricketts' free-kick at the far post. However, the two-goal advantage was soon restored as Rachel Furness headed home from a corner. Two minutes into the second half, Abbey Joice made it 4-1 from outside the box and with 18 minutes to go, Osborne-Ricketts received a second caution. Allison forced Laws into a tip-over before Beth Mead fired in from the edge of the area to make it 5-1.

Coventry City 3-1 Stoke City

Coventry celebrated playing at the Ricoh Arena by winning through 3-1 against Stoke City. Ashleigh Neville squared for Helen Dermody to drive home on  12 minutes and the Sky Blues made it 2-0 as Neville got a strong enough touch in front of the keeper to force the ball in from Dermody's pass. Kim Walton delivered to the far post fo Natalie Brace to net thr third, with the Potters pulling one back from the spot through Vicky Gallagher after Laura Garside was brought down.

Portsmouth 3-0 Lewes

Pompey progressed past Lewes with three first half goals and it was Gemma Hillier that got them underway when turning in a Lucy Quinn cross. Charley Wilson collected a ball over the top and slotted it into the bottom corner for 2-0 and Sarah Kempson later curled in the third.

C&K Basildon 3-3 West Ham United (aet, West Ham won 4-3 on pens)

Penalties were needed to seperate South East Combination title-chasing C&K Basildon and Premier League West Ham after they shared six goals in 120 minutes. Emily Masters headed the Hammers in front on 11 minutes but their Essex rivals levelled on the half hour after a corner was not cleared and Karissa Rodney took advantage. Rodney was let in for her second on 55 minutes but Kelley Blanchflower immediately equalised. Hannah Gowland struck from outside the box as West Ham went back in front at 3-2 but Basildon hit straight back from the spot when Steph Stephanou was fouled and Jenny Brown-Wealls converted. There was no addition to the score in extra-time and when it came down to spot-kicks, a Jessica Parlane save saw West Ham edge through 4-3 and win the right to host Watford in the third round.

Copsewood 3-2(aet) Larkhall Athletic
In the all-Combination clash, Midlands side Copsewood led against South West newcomers Larkhall Athletic after Melissa Young scored on the half hour from Jodie McGuckin's pass but the visitors levelled with 15 minutes to go to force extra-time. Nicola Foskett restored the hosts lead and although a Larkhall penalty came back off the post, they did equalise again with 5 minutes to play. However, Erika Mole hit the decider as McGuckin completed a hat-trick of assists for the Coventry side.

Preston North End H/W Sporting Club Albion

After four attempts to play the tie, Preston received a walkover against Sporting Club Albion and will now host Yeovil Town in the third round next Sunday.

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