Huddersfield Town Ladies have a three-week stint without a game after their trip to Sheffield FC was washed out.
There is no match scheduled for Sunday, so the next action will be at Wolves on November 23.
Town, sixth in the FA Women’s Premier League North Division, last played on November 2, when they drew 1-1 with Sporting Club Albion.
Emily Heckler scored a hat trick as the Reserves came from two down to force a 3-3 draw at home to Newcastle United.
The sides were evenly matched early on, and Emma Poole shot just wide.
On 30 minutes Newcastle took the lead with an excellent strike from the edge of the area.
The lead was doubled with seven minutes of the first half to go.
Emily Heckler reduced the arrears a minute before the break, winning a penalty which she scored herself.
Newcastle netted with a penalty conceded by Alex Bailey after 54 minutes.
But Town’s response was swift.
Three minutes later and a long clearance from keeper Eliis Fletcher-Heeley was knocked through by Rebecca Sherrard for Heckler to run onto and net.
And in the 66th minute, Heckler completed her hat trick.
Both sides (Laura Porritt) for Town, hut the bar during the closing stages.
Town head to Mansfield Town on Sunday (2.00).
The Under 18s were 2-0 winners at Mosborough in the Sheffield and Hallamshire Girls’ League.
Ella Gill and Jess Holland sealed a fifth straight win.
Maddie Walsh was player of the match.
Sheffield United Junior Blades visit Storthes Hall on Saturday (10.30).
The Under 15s started their League Cup defence with a 6-0 win at Sheffield FC.
The first half was scrappy with good chances few and far between.
Player of the match Laura Walker had a header from a Tara Duce corner collected by the home keeper and Amy Broomhead hit a post.
Walker and Rose Priestley shot wide from outside the box and it wasn’t until the last minute of the half that Town finally took the lead.
Ella Harris fed Duce at the edge of the area and her shot flew into the bottom corner.
The second half was played in heavy rain but Town’s passing was better.
A slick move on the left wing between Walker and Harris allowed the later to send a cross to the near post were Broomhead was on hand to poke the ball past the keeper.
Duce hit the bar with a left-foot shot from the edge of the area before making it 3-0 with another shot.
Harris’s mazy run and finish extended the lead, then her 73rd-minute shot was parried into the path of Olivia Bennett, who made no mistake.
The scoring was completed with two minutes to go when Harris’s cross was met on the volley by Broomhead.
Town are back in league action at Castleford White Rose on Saturday (11.00).
The Under 13s won 10-0 in their League Cup clash at Beighton Magpies.
This was a good passing performance on a wet and deteriorating pitch.
Brodie Haigh opened the scoring with a long-range effort, the first of two goals.
Courtney Livsey counted and Alicia Marriott hit a post before Harriet Waller and Macy Ellis made it 5-0 by half-time.
Macy Ellis and Waller scored early in the second half, and Molly Ellis, Marriott and Livsey completed the scoring.
Gwen Hughes was named player of the match.
Saturday’s game is at Dronfield Town (11.00).