BRANTHAM Athletic are the latest side to be handed the task of ending Ipswich Town’s hold on the HomeStore Self Storage Suffolk Women’s Cup.
Ipswich, who have won the competition six times in seven years, will have home advantage in the quarter-final against a Brantham side who beat Bungay Town 4-2 in Sunday’s second-round tie.
Coplestonians, who were 4-1 winners at Brett Vale, will now host AFC Sudbury, last season’s runners-up, in the last eight. AFC Sudbury players are pictured above celebrating Sophie Jeffrey’s goal which gave them the lead in last season’s 5-1 defeat in the final to Ipswich Town at Colchester United FC.
Woodridge Town, who required a penalty shoot-out to beat Beccles Town, will again have home advantage, this time against Haverhill Rovers. Both teams have re-formed this season.
The other tie sees Needham Market, newcomers to the competition this season, entertain East Bergholt United, who are the current leaders of the Suffolk Girls & Women’s League.
HomeStore Self Storage Suffolk Women’s Cup Quarter-Final Draw: Ipswich Town v Brantham Athletic, Woodbridge Town v Haverhill Rovers, Coplestonians v AFC Sudbury, Needham Market v East Bergholt Utd.
Ties to be played on Sunday, February 17th, kick-offs 2pm.