Women's FA Cup second round: Sunderland beat Middlesbrough 4-3
Former Women's Super League side Sunderland reached the FA Women's Cup third round with a thrilling 4-3 win over neighbours Middlesbrough.
Sunderland, who made the 2016 semi-final and the last eight the following two years, will next visit Fylde after edging the all-Northern Premier tie.
Huddersfield won 4-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw at Stoke, while Burnley beat Hull 2-1 in another third-tier battle.
Chorley, the lowest ranked side left, lost 2-1 after extra time to Brighouse.
That honour now belongs to Actonians, whose third-round game at Billericay added to Brighouse's tie at home to Barnsley means at least two fourth-tier sides will reach round four.
Elsewhere, three third-tier sides dispatched fourth-tier outfits as Portsmouth thrashed Leyton Orient 6-1, West Bromwich Albion beat Lincoln City 2-0 and Loughborough Foxes won 4-0 at Chester-le-Street.
The winners of Sunday's seven ties join the 11 teams who qualified last weekend in the third round on 5 January, with Women's Super League and Championship clubs entering the fray in round four.
Burnley 2-1 Hull City
Stoke 1-1 Huddersfield Town (3-4 pens)
Sunderland 4-3 Middlesbrough
West Bromwich Albion 2-0 Lincoln City
Chester-le-Street Town 0-4 Loughborough Foxes
Chorley 1-2 Brighouse Town (AET)
Portsmouth 6-1 Leyton Orient
Fylde v Sunderland
Burnley v Nottingham Forest
Loughborough Foxes v Huddersfield Town
Brighouse Town v Barnsley
Ipswich Town v Portsmouth
Watford v Plymouth Argyle
Cardiff City v Southampton FC Women
Southampton Women's FC v West Bromwich Albion
Billericay Town v Actonians
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