ITFC Women Draw Canaries in FA Cup
Wednesday, 16th Oct 2019 22:56
Ipswich Town Women will host deadly rivals Norwich City in the third qualifying round of the Women’s FA Cup.
The tie will be played at a venue yet to be confirmed on Sunday 27th October.
The Tractor Girls hammered Royston Town 7-0 in their second qualifying round tie at Playford Road on Sunday, while Norwich progressed after defeating Cambridge United 3-2 at home.
In first league derby of the campaign in September, the Blues beat the Canaries 4-1 at the Goldstar Ground, Felixstowe.
ITFC Women are next in action on Sunday when they face Stevenage in the FAWNL Plate at the Goldstar Ground (KO 2pm).
Meanwhile, the U21s were beaten 3-1 by Reading Women at Playford Road this afternoon, Sophie Peskett scoring for Town.
Photo: Ross Halls
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