FA Women’s Cup Round 3 results

Number of upsets : 2

Number of postponed games : 6

2 underdog wins Aston Villa and Coventry City but there could have been a lot more. 6 games to be replayed, so there is still a regional team in the hat for the 4th round draw later today.

WSL 1 v WSL 2

Aston Villa v Sunderland  2-1

Big upset with a WSL 1 team already dumped out the FA Cup before the WSL 1 teams enter the competition

WSL 2 v WSL 2

Doncaster Rovers Belles v London Bees 3-0

No surprise here as last year’s League Runner-ups beat last year’s bottom team.

WSL 2 v WPL Northern (3)

Oxford United v Coventry City 0-3

Another big upset with WSL 2 team Oxford losing 3-0 at home to Coventry despite playing with an extra player for 70 minutes…

WSL 2 v WPL Southern (3)

Yeovil Town v Lewes 4-1

Watford v Brighton & Hove Albion 2-1

Both WSL 2 teams avoided the potential banana skin. Brighton ran Watford very close in a very entertaining game.

WSL 2  V FA WPL South East Division 1 (4)

Crystal Palace v Reading P-P

 

WSL 2 V FA WPL Midlands Division 1 ( 4)
Radcliffe Olympic v Durham P-P

 

WSL 2  v Eastern Regional (5)

Millwall Lionesses v Lowestoft Town P-P

FA WPL Northern (3)   v FA WPL Southern (3)

Tottenham Hotspur v Preston North End 5-1

Blackburn Rovers  v Portsmouth 4-5
Charlton Athletic v Wolverhampton Wanderers P-P

Southern beat Northern in the FA WPL battles

 

FA WPL Northern (3) v FA WPL Midlands Division 1 ( 4)
Bradford City v FC Reedswood P-P

FA WPL Northern (3) v FA WPL Northern Division 1 (4)
Morecambe v Stoke City 2-3

No upset but Morecambe manage to take the lead against Stoke.

FA WPL Northern (3) v FA WPL Southern Division 1 (4)
C&K Basildon v Sheffield FC P-P

 

FA WPL Northern (3) v London and South East regional Division 1 (5)
Eastbourne Town v Derby County 2-4 AET

Regional side Eastbourne followed their rpevious giantkilling by taking Derby to extra time.
FA WPL Southern (3) v London and South East regional Division 1 (5)
Carshalton Athletic v Keynsham Town 2-5

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