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ARSENAL : FA Continential League Cup

LEWES : FA Continental League Cup

MILLWALL LIONESSES : FA Continential League Cup

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Moorhouse

Longhurst (Percival)

Hendrix

Flaherty

Rafferty

Reichardt

Simic

Visalli

Kiernan

Ross

Lehmann (De Graaf)

Rush Green

4 - 1 (Ross 2 [1 pen], Kiernan, Simic)

26 August 2018

BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION : Women's Super League

MANCHESTER UNITED : FA Continential League Cup

MANCHESTER CITY : Women's Super League

Rush Green

1 - 3 (Ross)

13 January 2019

Moorhouse

Percival

Flaherty

Sampson (Simon)

Rafferty

Reichardt (So-Hyun)

Longhurst

Visalli

Lehmann

Ross

Leon (Kmita)

LIVERPOOL : Women's Super League

BLACKBURN ROVERS : SS Women's FA Cup

READING : Women's Super League

Boreham Wood FC

1 - 3 (Visalli)

19 August 2018

Spencer

Longhurst

Flaherty

Hendrix

Rafferty

Reichardt

Simic (Sampson)

Visalli

Kiernan (Percival)

Ross

Lehmann (De Graaf)

 

West Ham United pushed Arsenal all the way in their FA Continental Tyres Cup opener, but were edged out by Katie McCabe’s double as the defending champions ran out 3-1 winners.

In the first game of their new era as a Women’s Super League club, the Hammers gave as good as they got against one of the biggest names in the women’s game, with Brianna Visalli’s 48th minute goal giving Arsenal plenty to think about.

At that stage they led 2-0 through McCabe’s opener and Beth Mead’s header, but West Ham were on the front foot for much of the second period and threatened to take a share of the spoils until McCabe sealed it for the hosts ten minutes from time.

Rush Green

4 - 0 (De Graaf 2, Kmita, Visalli)

16 September 2018

Spencer

Percival

Flaherty

Hendrix (Sampson)

Reichardt

Longhurst

Visalli (Simic)

Ross

De Graaf

Lehmann

Kmita (Rafferty)

Rush Green

0 - 0

19 September 2018

Spencer

Simon (Percvial)

Hendrix

Flaherty

Rafferty

Simic (Longhurst)

Reichardt

Visalli

Lehmann

Ross

De Graaf (Kiernan)

READING : Women's Super League

ARSENAL : Women's Super League

Spencer

Percival

Flaherty

Simon

Rafferty

Simic

Longhurst

Visalli

Lehmann

Ross

Kiernan (De Graaf)

Boreham Wood FC

3 - 4 (Longhurst 2, Rafferty)

23 September 2018

Two finishes from Kate Longhurst and a Clare Rafferty free-kick were not enough for West Ham United to collect a result at Boreham Wood, as the side fell to a 4-3 defeat to Arsenal Women.

Longhurst put the Irons ahead with their first ever FA Women’s Super League goal with a header at the end of the brilliant team move, only for the Gunners to level minutes later from a corner, scored by Danielle van de Donk.

The midfielder would net again, scrambling home after some terrific pressure, but Arsenal would be level at half-time after van de Donk put home again from a corner.

YEOVIL TOWN : Women's Super League

The Avenue Stadium

5 - 0 (Lehmann 2, Simic 2, Visalli)

9 December 2018

Moorhouse (Spencer)

Percival

Flaherty

Hendrix

Rafferty

Longhurst (Sampson)

Visalli

Simic (Reichardt)

Lehmann

Ross

Kmita

 

Two goals apiece for Alisha Lehmann and Julia Simic, and a finish for Brianna Visalli, saw West Ham United pick up our best ever result in the FA Women’s Super League; a 5-0 victory away to Yeovil Town Ladies.

Lehmann’s double and a great finish by Simic in the opening half put West Ham on their way to victory, giving the away side a 3-0 lead at half-time.

Yeovil looked to push back into the game as the second half begun, but Visalli’s headed effort put the game to bed, before Simic’s cool finish on 59 minutes secured a fantastic result for the Irons.

The People's Pension Stadium

1 - 0 (Ross)

2 December 2018

Moorhouse

Longhurst

Flaherty

Hendrix

Rafferty

Reichardt (Sampson)

Simic

Visalli

Lehmann

Ross

De Graaf (Kmita)

Jane Ross’ second goal in two FA Women’s Super League games was enough to see West Ham United claim a deserved 1-0 victory away to Brighton & Hove Albion.

The Scottish international rose highest to glance home her effort from Julia Simic’s cross just after an hour, following an excellent team move by the Irons.

Esmee de Graaf would also strike the woodwork while Alisha Lehmann went close to extending the scoreline.

But it would be Ross’ finish that would secure successive league wins for the Irons.

Leigh Sports Village

0 - 2

9 January 2019

Spencer

Percival

Flaherty

Sampson (Simon)

Hendrix

Rafferty

Reichardt (Kmita)

Longhurst

Visalli

Lehmann

Ross

West Ham United’s 2018/19 Continental Tyres Cup campaign came to an end at the quarter-final stage with a 2-0 defeat to Manchester United.

A scrappy finish in the opening period, tucked away by Jess Sigsworth, was followed up in the second half with a powerful finish after the Manchester United attacker won possession in a dangerous position.

Jane Ross could not have been closer to levelling late in the first period, seeing a close-range rocket somehow saved, while Kate Longhurst hit the post from distance with a fabulous strike.

MANCHESTER CITY : Women's Super League

City Football Academy

1 - 7 (De Graaf)

14 October 2018

Spencer

Simon

Percival

Hendrix

Flaherty

Rafferty

Simic (De Graaf)

Longhurst (Sampson)

Visalli (Kmita)

Lehmann

Ross

It was an afternoon to forget for West Ham United as Matt Beard’s side were beaten 7-1 by a quality Manchester City Women side.

City stormed into a 3-0 lead after just 17 minutes, putting the Hammers firmly on the back-foot and, although West Ham grew into the game and matched their opponents’ performance with a spirited fight in the second period, the hosts would score a further four times in the closing 20 minutes.

Esmee De Graaf scored a fine consolation for the Irons on 82 minutes, but it was simply not enough on a disappointing day for the side.

YEOVIL TOWN : Women's Super League

Rush Green

2 - 1 (Kiernan, Kmita)

30 September 2018

Spencer

Percival

Simon

Flaherty

Lehmann (Kiernan 62) (Kmita 74)

Ross

Simic

Rafferty

Longhurst

Visalli (Hendrix)

De Graaf

West Ham United women’s head coach Matt Beard was delighted to record a first three-point haul of the season by defeating Yeovil Town 2-1 at Rush Green.

Following a draw and defeat to kick-off their debut FA Women’s Super League campaign, it was a pair of substitutes who secured victory against the Glovers, with both Leanne Kiernan and Rosie Kmita coming off the bench to net the vital goals.

Beard was thrilled with their impact, although Kiernan was later forced off through injury, and with how his team stood up to a physical threat from their visitors.

The Hammers had to show character after the visitors pegged them back following Kiernan's opener, with Kmita scoring immediately to secure the three points.

LIVERPOOL : Women's Super League

Spencer

Percival

Sampson (Kmita)

Flaherty

Simon

Simic

Visalli

Longhurst

Lehmann

Kiernan

De Graaf (Ross)

Rush Green

0 - 1

21 October 2018

Southport FC

2 - 1 (Lehmann, Ross)

28 October 2018

Spencer

Percival

Flaherty

Sampson

Simon

De Graaf

Simic

Longhurst

Visalli

Lehmann (Kiernan)

Ross

EVERTON : Women's Super League

CHELSEA : Women's Super League

BIRMINGHAM CITY : Women's Super League

BRISTOL CITY : Women's Super League

CHARLTON ATHLETIC : FA Continental League Cup

ARSENAL : Women's Super League

HUDDERSFIELD TOWN : SS Women's FA Cup

EVERTON : Women's Super League

ASTON VILLA : SS Women's FA Cup (Quarter-Final)

CHELSEA : Women's Super League

READING : SS Women's FA Cup (Semi-Final)

Rush Green

0 - 2

4 November 2018

Damson Park

0 - 3

18 November 2018

Spencer

Simon

Hendrix (Rafferty)

Flaherty

Lehmann

Kiernan (Kmita)

Ross

Simic

Longhurst

Visalli (Reichardt)

De Graaf

Rush Green

2 - 0 (Lehmann, Ross)

25 November 2018

Moorhouse

Simon

Flaherty

Hendrix

Rafferty

Reichardt (Visalli)

Simic

Longhurst

Kiernan (De Graaf)

Ross

Lehmann (Sampson)

Oakwood VCD

2 - 0 (Kmita, Lehmann)

12 December 2018

Spencer

Percival

Hendrix (Sampson)

Flaherty

Lehmann

Ross

Simic (Reichardt)

Rafferty

Longhurst

Visalli

Kmita

West Ham United continued their good run of form as they ended 2018 with a 2-0 win against Charlton Athletic Women in the Continental Tyres Cup.

The result, secured thanks to second half goals from Rosie Kmita and Alisha Lehmann, was the Hammers fourth consecutive victory; one which sends Matt Beard's side into the quarter-finals of the competition.

West Ham’s four-game winning streak came to an end as the Irons were beaten 4-2 at Rush Green Stadium by Arsenal Women.

The Irons opened the scoring on 11 minutes when Jane Ross turned the ball home at the back post. However, Arsenal scored two goals in the space of five minutes from Leah Williamson and Janni Arnth. Ross got her second goal just before half-time, as she calmly slotted then ball home when one on one with the goalkeeper.

In the second half the Gunners turned on the style. Danielle Van De Donk scored her first goal with a simple tap in, then six minutes later scored her second with an unchallenged header.

Rush Green

2 - 4 (Ross 2)

6 January 2019

Moorhouse

Percival

Flaherty

Reichardt

Simon

So-Hyun

Longhurst (Kmita)

Visalli (Sampson)

Lehmann

Ross

Leon (Kiernan)

Prenton Park

0 - 1

28 January 2019

Rush Green

3 - 1 (Leon 2, Visalli)

3 February 2019

Rush Green

8 - 1 (Kiernan 3, Kmita, Lehmann, Longhurst, Visalli, Ross)

17 February 2019)

Madejski Stadium

2 - 1 (Lehmann 2)

20 February 2019

Rush Green

0 - 1

13 March 2019

Trevor Brown Memorial Ground

1 - 0 (Ross)

17 March 2019

Kingsmeadow

1 - 1 (Flaherty)

31 March 2019

Adams Park

1 - 1 (Lehmann)  4-3 pens

14 April 2019

Spencer

Percival

Flaherty

Sampson (Kiernan)

Simon

De Graaf

Simic

Longhurst

Visalli

Lehmann (Kmita)

Ross

West Ham United were beaen 1-0 by Liverpool FC Women as Courtney Sweetman-Kirk scored the only goal of the game.

The match's sole finish was netted on 11 minutes, with a counter-attack catching the home side out. Sweetman-Kirk's first shot was expertly stopped by Becky Spencer, only for the forward to tuck in the rebound.

West Ham - playing in the away kit to avoid a clash of colours - were quick to push back and looked a dangerous proposition, particularly in the second period, with captain Gilly Flaherty and Leanne Kiernan going close.

But the Reds were able to hold on and depart Rush Green Stadium with all three points, leaving the Irons with back-to-back defeats.

Goals from Jane Ross and Alisha Lehmann saw West Ham United come from behind to secure a huge 2-1 victory away to Everton Ladies on Sunday.

Having gone behind to Claudia Walker’s fifth-minute finish, the Irons were on the back foot early on at the Merseyrail Community Stadium, but levelled on 27 minutes as Ross headed home on the rebound.

Lehmann would strike just moments before the half-time whistle, driving to the edge of the Everton penalty area before striking an effort into the bottom corner from 18 yards.

West Ham United women fell to a 3-0 defeat to Birmingham City on Sunday after two first half goals and a goal in the closing stages as the Irons chased the game.

The home side were able to score their first goal on 20 minutes courtesy of a header from Kerys Harrop. They then scored their second on 40 minutes as Emma Follis chipped the ball over Becky Spencer in the West Ham goal.

The Irons had their chances, as Julia Simic saw her shot cleared off the line, while Alisha Lehmann was able to go around Ann-Katrin Berger in the Birmingham goal only for her shot to be blocked.

Brianna Visalli had a couple of chances in the second half, but on 79 minutes Lucy Staniforth scored the killer goal to seal the game.

Goals from Alisha Lehmann and Jane Ross secured a deserved 2-0 win for West Ham United at Rush Green Stadium against Bristol City Women.

Lehmann scored the first goal of the day, with the forward's deflected shot wrong-footing Sophie Baggaley to sneak in at the near post, after a fantastic run into a dangerous area.

The Swiss international could have made it 2-0 on 68 minutes, but somehow fired over from six yards.

Ross then scored the second goal on 89 minutes to seal the three points for the Irons, as she latched on to a poor pass back to the goalkeeper and slotted it home.

A difficult week for West Ham United came to an end with Manchester City securing a 3-1 win over the Irons at Rush Green Stadium.

Caroline Weir opened the scoring on 15 minutes as she slotted the ball past Anna Moorhouse, before Lauren Hemp scored City’s second goal just before the end of the first period.

A West Ham fight back was on in the second half when Jane Ross scored to reduce the deficit, but in the closing moments Nikita Parris was able to seal the points.

Ria Percival made a great defensive block to stop a City attack in the opening moments of the game; a signal of West Ham's desire to take something from the game.

 

West Ham United were beaten 1-0 by Liverpool FC Women in Monday’s Women’s Super League fixture, courtesy of a Courtney Sweetman-Kirk finish.

The only goal of the game came just moments into the second-half, with the Liverpool No9 turning home from close range after a crossed ball.

The Irons were game for a tough encounter and looked to create a number of opportunities, but couldn’t turn a chance into the back of the net.

Alisha Lehmann struck the woodwork with a volleyed effort, while the Swiss international and Leanne Kiernan both tested Liverpool’s Anke Preuss, but the Hammers were unable to their chances, leaving the Reds to claim the win.

 

Moorhouse

Simon

Flaherty

Reichardt (Sampson)

Rafferty (Visalli)

Percival

Longhurst

So-Hyun

Lehmann (Kiernan)

Ross

Leon

Moorhouse

Percival

Flaherty

Hendrix (Sampson)

Simon

So-Hyun

Visalli

Longhurst (Reichardt)

Lehmann

Ross (Kmita)

Kiernan

 

Moorhouse

Percival

Flaherty

Hendrix

Simon

Reichardt (Visalli)

Longhurst

So-Hyun

Lehmann

Ross

Kiernan (Sampson)

Moorhouse

Percival

Flaherty

Hendrix

Simon

Reichardt (Visalli)

Longhurst

So-Hyun

Lehmann (Leon)

Ross

Kiernan (Kmita)

Moorhouse

Percival

Flaherty

Hendrix

Simon

Lehmann

Longhurst (Reichardt)

So-Hyun

Leon (Visalli)

Ross (Rafferty)

Kiernan

Moorhouse

Percival

Flaherty

Hendrix

Simon (Rafferty)

Reichardt (Longhurst)

Visalli

So-Hyun

Lehmann

Ross

Kiernan (Kmita)

 

Moorhouse

Simon (Sampson)

Flaherty

Hendrix

Rafferty

Reichardt (Visalli)

Longhurst

So-Hyun

Lehmann (Kmita)

Ross

Kiernan (Leon)

Two goals from Adriana Leon helped West Ham United progress to the next round of the FA Cup after a 3-1 win against Blackburn Rovers Ladies at Rush Green.

Natasha Flint opened the scoring for Blackburn on 14 minutes, but just before half-time Adriana Leon scored her first goal for the Irons to ensure they went in 1-1 at the break.

Then in the second half Brianna Visalli got herself on the score sheet, before Leon scored her second of the game to ensure the win.

An Alisha Lehmann brace was enough for West Ham to beat Reading 2-1 at the Madejski Stadium on Wednesday night in the FA Women’s Super League.

Lehmann got her first goal on the night – a seventh of the season – on 20 minutes as Cho So-Hyun played a great through ball which allowed the Swiss international to score her first.

Then nine minutes into the second half the same combination provided a second after So-Hyun once again played her through on goal.

Fara Williams scored from the penalty spot to get Reading back into the game but the Irons held on to record a third successive victory.

 

West Ham United women's team suffered a late heartbreak on Wednesday as an 88-minute strike from Everton’s Hannah Cain won the points for the Toffees.

The Irons dominated much of the first-half with the possession and chances. Kate Longhurst had a couple of half chances, while Gilly Flaherty had an attempt at goal saved on the line by Kirstie Levell.

Reichardt had the best chance of the second-half for the Hammers with a free-kick on the edge of the penalty area, but she fired in to the arms of Levell. While Everton hit the bar with an effort from Taylor Hinds. However, it was in the closing moments when Cain raced through on goal and slotted it past Anna Moorhouse that won Everton the game.

Jane Ross’ first-half tap in proved to be the difference as West Ham United booked a place in the SSE Women’s FA Cup semi-finals, after a 1-0 win at Aston Villa.

Ross’s finish on the rebound came after the Irons’ best move of the game, striking first time after Leanne Kiernan saw a fantastic effort well-saved.

Championship side Villa proved to be a mighty match for the Hammers, but the FA Women’s Super League held on to claim the semi-final spot.

 

Gilly Flaherty’s first goal for West Ham United was enough for the Irons to secure a 1-1 draw against her old side, Chelsea.

A disappointing opening period for the Hammers ended with the Blues a goal ahead, as Beth England netted on 42 minutes with a close-range header.

If not for the heroics of goalkeeper Anna Moorhouse, the deficit may have been greater, with the No13 making a series of excellent stops.

With the Irons just one goal behind, there was always a chance of a come-back, and the second half proved much better for Matt Beard’s side, as captain Flaherty headed into the bottom corner to earn West Ham a point.

 

800 sensational West Ham supporters that saw the Irons go a goal behind at Adams Park, courtesy of Rachel Furness’ header on 49 minutes, and must have thought the Hammers’ cup journey was over when the Royals were awarded a spot-kick late in the second half, only to see their side win the tie.

The home side broke the deadlock less than three minutes into the second half. A quick, clever free-kick found Jade Moore, who played a first-time ball back into the West Ham area. Furness was there, rising highest to head home and put Reading in front.

Into the second-half and a poor clearance fell to West Ham’s No15. Her shot was scuffed, but then Visalli squeezed the ball through two Reading defenders, into the path of Alisha Lehmann. A cool swing of her right boot and the Swiss international had levelled the game, scoring her ninth goal of the season.

The game was taken to extra-time and both sides were tiring. A highly physical contest seemed destined for penalties, and so it would be.

The shootout went to sudden death. It was too much for Jade Moore, and Anna Moorhouse cemented her status as one of West Ham’s heroes on the day with a stunning save.

One shot, one goal, and West Ham would win. But a look at Cho’s expression, her demeanour, and the midfielder appeared to not have a care in the world. It was never in doubt. Her shot found the net, and history was made.

An explosion of noise emanated from the away stand. Injured duo Tessel Middag and Ria Percival sprinted from their seats in the press box to join their teammates. Tension turned to pure joy and, in some cases, relief.

Spencer

Percival

Hendrix

Flaherty

Lehmann

Ross

Rafferty

Longhurst

Sampson

Visalli

Reichardt

2018-19 Barclays FA Women's Super League

Manager: Matt Beard

West Ham United Women are delighted to announce that the team has been granted a licence to play in the FA Women’s Super League, the restructured top tier of women’s football, for the 2018-19 season.

 

The Irons will be one of 11 teams to compete in the 2018-19 campaign of the FA Women’s Super League; the first full-time, professional division for female players in England.

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BIRMINGHAM CITY : Women's Super League

Rush Green

1 - 2 (Leon)

21 April 2019

Moorhouse

Simon

Flaherty

Hendrix

Rafferty

So-Hyun

Longhurst

Visalli (Spencer)

Lehmann

Kiernan (Kmita)

Leon (Ross)

Ten-man West Ham United fell to a 2-1 defeat against Birmingham City at Rush Green Stadium.

Adriana Leon got the Hammers only goal. The Canadian international opened the scoring for the Irons on 27 minutes with a thunderous volley from Kate Longhurst’s pinpoint cross.

However, the game was flipped on its head when Anna Moorhouse was sent off just before half-time for handling the ball outside the penalty area.

The resulting freekick was taken by Hayley Ladd and curled into the top corner out of Becky Spencer’s reach.

The Blues sealed the three points with a scruffy goal on 75 minutes through Chloe Arthur after Spencer failed to hold the ball and the Birmingham midfielder fired in the rebound.

 

BRISTOL CITY : Women's Super League

Stoke Gifford Stadium

2 - 1 (Kiernan, Ross)

28 April 2019

Spencer

Simon

Hendrix

Sampson

Rafferty

Percival

Visalli

Lehmann

Leon

Kiernan (Kmita)

Ross

Jane Ross’ 89th-minute finish saw West Ham United claim a late, deserved comeback victory away to Bristol City Women.

Despite dominating the first half, Matt Beard’s side were unable to make their chances count and were made to pay when Bristol substitute Heather Payne turned home on the hour mark.

Leanne Kiernan dragged the Irons back into the game with an instinctual finish quarter of an hour later, before Ross completed the comeback with her 11th goal of the season, earning the Hammers the three points.

MANCHESTER CITY : SS Women's FA Cup (Final)

Wembley Stadium

0 - 3

4 May 2019

Moorhouse

Percival

Simon (Kmita)

Hendrix

Flaherty

Lehmann

Ross (Kiernan)

Rafferty (Visalli)

Longhurst

Leon

So-Hyun

West Ham United’s FA Cup journey ended in defeat against Manchester City in the Final at Wembley Stadium.

The Hammers had their chances in the game with the best chance falling to Jane Ross on 29 minutes, but her header was saved by Karen Bardsley.

City then got their first on 52 minutes when Keira Walsh fired a speculative effort at goal the Anna Moorhouse couldn’t keep out.

The second goal for City came in the closing stages when Georgia Stanway fired a shot in to the bottom corner. They then scored their third goal on 88 minutes with a counter attack that Lauren Hemp scored at the end of.

BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION : Women's Super League

Rush Green

0 - 4

11 May 2019

Moorhouse

Percival

Flaherty

Hendrix

Simon (Kmita)

Reichardt (Visalli)

So-Hyun

Longhurst

Lehmann

Ross (Leon)

Kiernan

West Ham United’s final match of the 2018/19 ended in a 4-0 defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion.

Brighton opened the scoring through Kayleigh Green when she scored in to an empty net after Anna Moorhouse came running out.

The Seagulls then doubled their lead on 39 minutes. Megan Connolly fired a shot at goal that went under the arms of the Irons goalkeeper.

Fifty minutes later Brighton scored their third goal after some sloppy play at the back allowed Amanda Nilden to score.

Then in the closing moments Ellie Brazil scored the fourth goal after the ball fell kindly to her after Moorhouse’s save.

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18_09_30 WHU v. Yeovil Town

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18_10_21 WHU v. Liverpool

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18_11_04 WHU v. Chelsea

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18_11_25 WHU v. Bristol City

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19_01_06 WHU v. Arsenal

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A spirited showing from West Ham United was not enough to hold off Chelsea FC Women, who defeated Matt Beard’s Irons 2-0 at Rush Green Stadium.

The battling Hammers put up more than their end of the performance in the first half, keeping the reigning FA Women’s Super League champions at bay.

However, Ramona Bachmann was able to squeeze the Blues in front on 63 minutes, after her first effort fell fortunately after striking the post, before the Chelsea attacker secured the win with a curling effort.

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Leanne Kiernan’s hat-trick was the cherry on the cake for West Ham United as they secured an unforgettable 8-1 victory over Huddersfield Town Ladies.

A relentless showing by the Irons saw the team net four goals in each half, with Kiernan’s hat-trick secured with two late finishes in the second period.

Kate Longhurst levelled the game for the Hammers after Mallin put Huddersfield ahead, while Jane Ross, Alisha Lehmann, Rosie Kmita and Brianna Visalli all found the net.

Sunday's win means West Ham will enter the draw for the SSE Women's FA Cup quarter-finals.

19_01_09 Manchester United v. WHU

Image courtesy of Graham Bryan

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19_03_31 Chelsea v. WHU