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FA Vase: Devon duo Tavistock and Exmouth Town flexed their goalscoring muscles during the second qualifying round of the Fa Vase, each scoring five goals during impressive away wins. Tavistock defeated unbeaten First Division outfit Cheddar 5-0 at Bowdens Park, with Jack Crago starring once again for the Lambs. Crago had already the scoring for the visitors, before Warren Daw doubled their lead seven minutes before the interval. The second half then belonged exclusively to Crago, with Tavistock’s star man scoring a further three times to take his tally to eight goals in the space of seven days.

Exmouth claimed a 5-1 win away at Cadbury Heath, with braces from both Karl Rickard and Ace High securing their spot in the next round.

Westbury United survived a first half red card during their 2-1 win away at Alton. Having headed his side into a 19th minute lead at Anstey Park, Westbury’s Dan Kovacs was given his marching orders soon after following a poorly-executed challenge. Alton then equalised 20 minutes from time, but it was the ten men who moved onto the next round after Joe Kirkpatrick fired home a dramatic winner from the edge of the area.

There was also late drama in the tie involving Roman Glass St George where they eventually booked their passage through thanks to a 3-2 win away at Ivybridge. Having seen goals from Kye Simpson and Kaine Gazzard cancelled out either side of the break, Ryan Radford struck in stoppage time to hand Roman Glass another memorable cup victory.

Two goals apiece from Asa White and Aaron Seviour helped Shepton Mallet defeat Street 5-2 during the only all-Premier Division tie, while a curling effort before the break from Neikell Plummer saw Bradford beat Hamble 1-0.

Buckland Athletic will also take part in the next round after two goals from Richard Groves, plus strikes from Ryan Bush and Louis Jagger-Kane led them to a 4-0 win away at Bodmin Town.

Charlie Walton was another player to strike twice on Saturday, with the Warminster skipper scoring in either half of their 2-1 victory over Alresford Town.

After 120 minutes of football, Sherborne and Petersfield could not be separated and will face a replay at Love Lane on Tuesday evening. Sherborne trailed 2-1 at the break despite a goal from Sam Carney, with Josh Williams then grabbing an equaliser during the second half to send the game to extra time. Neither side could make the required breakthrough during the additional half hour, and will meet again in Hampshire to decide who prevails. The other seven Western League sides all saw their runs in this year’s Vase come to an end, suffering 90-minute defeats despite all finding the back of the net during their encounters.

Harry Foster’s late strike wasn’t enough for Wells City who went down to a 2-1 defeat at home to Newton Abbot Spurs, with Wincanton losing by the same scoreline away at Downton.

The early season struggles of Devizes Town continued at home to Newport from the Isle of Wight, with Sean McKeon’s 18th minute opener eventually proving insufficient during a 3-1 defeat.

Corsham also suffered a 3-1 defeat at home to Romsey Town of the Wessex League, while Ashton & Backwell were beaten 2-1 away at Cornwall’s Camelford.

The recent positive momentum gained by Radstock Town wasn’t enough for them to see off Bovey Tracey, who completed an impressive 3-2 comeback win at the Southfields Rec. The Miners made a fantastic start to the game and after Scott Gregory had headed them into a 3rd minute lead, influential playmaker Jack Biddiscombe then lobbed the visiting keeper from 35 yards to make it 2-0 inside quarter of an hour. Radstock then fell apart during the final third of the match, relinquishing their lead 15 minutes from time, before conceding a third goal late on while they were down to ten men following a sin bin.

Nine-man Portishead also lost despite going ahead, with opponents Torpoint scoring three times during extra-time to eventually prevail 4-1 at The Mill.

Six uhlsport Hellenic League clubs were guaranteed a place in the First Round Proper over the weekend with twelve Hellenic teams drawn against each other.

Division One East AFC Aldermaston lost 3-1 to Premier Division Binfield at the Recreational Society Ground. Monay Mills-Chandler gave Aldermaston the lead, but Sean Moore 2 and Josh Helmore sent Binfield through.
In the Abingdon United v Reading City meeting at the Northcourt, Abingdon had the best of both half’s and were surprise, but deserved 3-1 winners going into the next round with goals coming from Kyle Moss, Sam Wharton and Charlie Bateman. Mo Davies replied for City.
Premier Division Fairford Town knocked injury hit Shortwood United for Six at Cinder Lane, the One West visitors did register one goal. Connor Thompson, Nathan Hawkins, Ben Lodge 2, Harvey Scholes and Dan Bailey hit the net for Fairford; Troy Budd for Shortwood.
Premier Division Longlevens AFC were 2-1 winners against visiting Newent Town at Sawmills End thanks to Tommy Callinan and Craig Martin. Jordan Cooper kept Newent’s hopes alive.
Premier Division Shrivenham against One West visitors Clanfield 85 at the Recreation Ground, was an even game going into 30 minutes of extra time, the home side having more chances but the visitors retrieved a draw twice to force a replay. Jack Allen and Luke Cordery twice put the hosts ahead but
Rory Linford-Pill and Micheal Duerden levelled for Clanfield.

In fixtures drawn against teams from other Leagues
A crowd just short of 170 saw
Malmesbury Victoria win 2-1 against Combined Counties Camberley Town at the Flying Monk Ground.
Malvern Town hosted local side Midlands League Division 1 NFK Burbage at the HDAnywhere Community Stadium. Malvern dominated the first half scoring five times and put the game to bed. Harry Clark, James Febery, Ethan Moran, Matthew Turner and Matt Fusco gave Malven a 5-2 win. Tristan Atkinson and Ryan Cheshire pulled goals back for Burbage.
United Counties League Raunds Town were beaten 2-1 by visiting
Flackwell Heath at the London Road ground. Matt Gearing’s 76th-minute equaliser appeared to have forced extra time but Jack Taylor snatched a late winner. Khalid Simmo har put Flackwell in front.
Wessex League Tadley Calleva scored the only goal of the game against
Royal Wootton Bassett Town Barlows Park through Connor Thorne.
Another United Counties Premier Division Wellingborough Town took on
Holyport at the Dog & Duck ground. Port scored the only goal of the game, but unfortunately in their own net.
Risborough Rangers qualified for the 1st Round proper of the FA Vase for the first time beating Spartan South Midlands Wembley 3-1. Yassing Fehmi-Gil netted from the spot for Wembley but
Brian Haule and two from Sam Pekun saw Boro through.

to a 4-0 win away at Bodmin Town.

Charlie Walton was another player to strike twice on Saturday, with the Warminster skipper scoring in either half of their 2-1 victory over Alresford Town.

After 120 minutes of football, Sherborne and Petersfield could not be separated and will face a replay at Love Lane on Tuesday evening. Sherborne trailed 2-1 at the break despite a goal from Sam Carney, with Josh Williams then grabbing an equaliser during the second half to send the game to extra time. Neither side could make the required breakthrough during the additional half hour, and will meet again in Hampshire to decide who prevails. The other seven Western League sides all saw their runs in this year’s Vase come to an end, suffering 90-minute defeats despite all finding the back of the net during their encounters.

Harry Foster’s late strike wasn’t enough for Wells City who went down to a 2-1 defeat at home to Newton Abbot Spurs, with Wincanton losing by the same scoreline away at Downton.

The early season struggles of Devizes Town continued at home to Newport from the Isle of Wight, with Sean McKeon’s 18th minute opener eventually proving insufficient during a 3-1 defeat.

Corsham also suffered a 3-1 defeat at home to Romsey Town of the Wessex League, while Ashton & Backwell were beaten 2-1 away at Cornwall’s Camelford.

The recent positive momentum gained by Radstock Town wasn’t enough for them to see off Bovey Tracey, who completed an impressive 3-2 comeback win at the Southfields Rec. The Miners made a fantastic start to the game and after Scott Gregory had headed them into a 3rd minute lead, influential playmaker Jack Biddiscombe then lobbed the visiting keeper from 35 yards to make it 2-0 inside quarter of an hour. Radstock then fell apart during the final third of the match, relinquishing their lead 15 minutes from time, before conceding a third goal late on while they were down to ten men following a sin bin.

Nine-man Portishead also lost despite going ahead, with opponents Torpoint scoring three times during extra-time to eventually prevail 4-1 at The Mill.

Six uhlsport Hellenic League clubs were guaranteed a place in the First Round Proper over the weekend with twelve Hellenic teams drawn against each other.

Division One East AFC Aldermaston lost 3-1 to Premier Division Binfield at the Recreational Society Ground. Monay Mills-Chandler gave Aldermaston the lead, but Sean Moore 2 and Josh Helmore sent Binfield through.
In the Abingdon United v Reading City meeting at the Northcourt, Abingdon had the best of both half’s and were surprise, but deserved 3-1 winners going into the next round with goals coming from Kyle Moss, Sam Wharton and Charlie Bateman. Mo Davies replied for City.
Premier Division Fairford Town knocked injury hit Shortwood United for Six at Cinder Lane, the One West visitors did register one goal. Connor Thompson, Nathan Hawkins, Ben Lodge 2, Harvey Scholes and Dan Bailey hit the net for Fairford; Troy Budd for Shortwood.
Premier Division Longlevens AFC were 2-1 winners against visiting Newent Town at Sawmills End thanks to Tommy Callinan and Craig Martin. Jordan Cooper kept Newent’s hopes alive.
Premier Division Shrivenham against One West visitors Clanfield 85 at the Recreation Ground, was an even game going into 30 minutes of extra time, the home side having more chances but the visitors retrieved a draw twice to force a replay. Jack Allen and Luke Cordery twice put the hosts ahead but
Rory Linford-Pill and Micheal Duerden levelled for Clanfield.

In fixtures drawn against teams from other Leagues
A crowd just short of 170 saw
Malmesbury Victoria win 2-1 against Combined Counties Camberley Town at the Flying Monk Ground.
Malvern Town hosted local side Midlands League Division 1 NFK Burbage at the HDAnywhere Community Stadium. Malvern dominated the first half scoring five times and put the game to bed. Harry Clark, James Febery, Ethan Moran, Matthew Turner and Matt Fusco gave Malven a 5-2 win. Tristan Atkinson and Ryan Cheshire pulled goals back for Burbage.
United Counties League Raunds Town were beaten 2-1 by visiting
Flackwell Heath at the London Road ground. Matt Gearing’s 76th-minute equaliser appeared to have forced extra time but Jack Taylor snatched a late winner. Khalid Simmo har put Flackwell in front.
Wessex League Tadley Calleva scored the only goal of the game against
Royal Wootton Bassett Town Barlows Park through Connor Thorne.
Another United Counties Premier Division Wellingborough Town took on
Holyport at the Dog & Duck ground. Port scored the only goal of the game, but unfortunately in their own net.
Risborough Rangers qualified for the 1st Round proper of the FA Vase for the first time beating Spartan South Midlands Wembley 3-1. Yassing Fehmi-Gil netted from the spot for Wembley but
Brian Haule and two from Sam Pekun saw Boro through.