Aaliyah Nolan Scored
Mia Fishel’s teammate Mayra Ramirez's first Chelsea goal sent them into the last eight of this season's FA Women's Cup.
The only goal of the game arrived with 10 minutes left, as Ramirez opened her Chelsea account with a fine first goal for the club, flicking a back-heeled finish through the crowd and in at the near post.
Manager Steve Cuss hailed the impact made by exciting winger Kenni Thompson, as she continued to make a positive impression on and off the pitch.
The Bermuda international, signed by AFC Bournemouth Women from Spanish outfit Eibar last month, kicked off her Cherries career with three goals in as many games.
While Thompson has impressed on the field since her arrival on the south coast, Cuss insisted her ability to settle in quickly had been a big factor in her success.
He told afcb.co.uk: “We know Kenni’s talents as a football player and we were hoping she would be able to hit the ground running.
“It’s a big ask when you move from slightly warmer parts of the world to a UK winter. Trying to deal with that, trying to deal with the rigours of playing competitive football.
“She hasn’t played a lot of competitive football, so she’s hit the ground really well and settled in off the pitch really nicely with the group and is an important member of that squad.
“On the pitch, she has been exceptional. Three games, three goals, has been a real threat in the attacking areas and a really exciting player to watch.”
Eva Frazzoni and her A.F.C. Sudbury Ladies teammates went down 4 - 2 to London Seaward at the Mel Group Stadium.
Aaliyah Nolan and her Bradford City A.F.C Women’s teammates defeated Spennymoor Town 3 – 1 in their North East Regional Women's Football League clash.
Down 1 – 0 in the 16th minute, a ball was squared for Nolan who was unmarked in the box and scored.