Gemma is on the ball with spot-kick
Leicester City Ladies maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a 1-1 draw against high-flying Radcliffe Olympic in the Midland Combination.
Leicester were low key in the first half at Aylestone Park and the visitors took a deserved lead.
After the interval, Leicester worked hard but Radcliffe were always dangerous on the break.
Leicester knocked on the door several times before a foul on Kayleigh Hillier in stoppage time resulted in a penalty kick, which was put away by Gemma Ball.
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Leicester's player of the match was Erica Kilby. On Sunday, Leicester travel to Curzon Ashton.
Oadby & Wigston Dynamo Ladies enjoyed a fine 2-1 victory over Dronsfield in the Women's FA Cup first qualifying round.
The tie went into extra-time before an excellent Amie Tompkins goal clinched it
Dynamo went a goal down just after half-time but fought back and a Megan Cletheroe penalty on 70 minutes levelled matters.
Ellistown progressed with a hard-fought 3-1 victory at Shenstone.
They took the lead on the half-hour mark when Sally Walton slotted home a through ball from Terry Want.
Shenstone replied five minutes later after a mix-up in the Ellistown defence.
Ellistown pressed in the second half. The Shenstone keeper blocked a number of shots and Walton missed two glorious chances.
With the game about to go into extra-time, Walton got the winner with a penalty.
Lutterworth Athletic also went through after a great 6-2 win over Arnold Town, who play in a league above them.
Arnold went 2-0 ahead before Athletic began to switch on, Helen Busby and Neely Simons making it 2-2 at the break.
In the second half, Athletic continued to press and Busby scored two more to put them 4-1 in front.
Ria Stevens smashed in a fifth and Simons completed the scoring with a volley.
In the Leicestershire Senior League, Syston Town were beaten 1-0 by Loughborough Students 06.
In the first half, Hollie Gunn hit the bar for Syston before Students clinched it with penalty.
Jo Keatley almost rescued a point late on but her header rattled the bar.