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The SSE Women’s FA Cup Semi-Final Draw

The draw for the Semi-Finals of The SSE Women’s FA Cup was made live on BBC Breakfast (BBC One & BBC iPlayer) this morning. The ties are due to be played on Sunday 14 April. The full draw: Reading                                v              West Ham United [k/o 12:30]  – Live on BBC Red Button and

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The SSE Women’s FA Cup Fifth Round Draw

The draw for the fifth round of the SSE Women’s FA Cup was made live on the Sportsday programme on BBC News on Monday evening. Following the weekend’s ties in the fourth round, of which eight were postponed due to the cold weather, former Lionesses Rachel Brown-Finnis and Sue Smith were on hand to make

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SSE Women’s FA Cup Second Round draw

The draw for the second round of the SSE Women’s FA Cup was made at Wembley Stadium on Monday afternoon. Twenty ties were pulled out and there are some tantalising match-ups in prospect. Six-time winners Doncaster Rovers Belles will travel to Leeds United while 2009 runners-up Sunderland will host Fylde. Keynsham Town have been rewarded

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Lindsey Robinson will referee SSE Women’s FA Cup Final

The Football Association has announced the match officials for the 2018 SSE Women’s FA Cup Final. Durham FA’s Lindsey Robinson has been appointed as referee for the showpiece fixture in the women’s domestic calendar between Arsenal and Chelsea Ladies on Saturday 5 May. Lindsey will be joined by assistant referees Stacey Pearson [Somerset FA] and

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Semi Final Draw for SSE Women’s FA Cup

The SSE FA Women’s Cup semi-final draw was made this morning on BBC Radio 5Live by presenter Rachel Burden and former England international Sue Smith. Unfortunately because of bad weather yesterday all but one of the quarter final ties had to be postponed, in the one that did take place Chelsea coasted into the semis with

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Durham pupils have a day to remember

Durham pupils were given a day to remember on Friday as they grilled two professional footballers ahead of a crunch cup clash. Annabel Johnson and Becky Salicki are part of the Durham side set to host FA WSL 1 outfit Everton in the SSE Women’s FA Cup on Sunday, with the winner claiming a place

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