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FA Competitions Bitton (red/white/blue) v New Milton Town (yellow/blue) Cadbury Heath (red/white) v Hamworthy United (yellow/blue) Buildbase FA Vase  23-10-2021

There were surprises in the FA Trophy this afternoon

Needham Market beat Yeovil Town on penalties, while Morpeth Town dumped out managerless Boston United.

Andrew Dallas notched a hat-trick as Solihull Moors beat Southport 3-0.

Impressive Connor Jennings scored twice as Stockport County beat Larkhall Athletic 3-0.

Bromley defeated Aldershot while National League strugglers Weymouth had no joy at Dartford.

Dagenham & Redbridge saw off Essex foes Southend United 2-0 while there were wins for Notts County, York City, Tonbridge, FC Halifax and Spennymoor.







FA Vase:

Buckland Athletic are through to the last 16 of the competition after striking at the death to beat Egham Town 2-1. In a quiet first half, it was Buckland who enjoyed the better of the play, deservedly leading through Ben Carter’s tenth minute penalty following a foul on Josh Webber. The hosts were then reduced to ten men momentarily early in the second half when Rob Farkins was sent to the sin bin, and the away side used that momentum to draw level through Brendan Matthew after 67 minutes. With the game destined for penalties, Buckland went ahead in dramatic circumstances with Carter’s strike having just enough pace to nestle in the back of the visitors net, securing their spot in the fifth round. Unfortunately, there is only one Western League side who remain in the competition following a pair of penalty losses. Clevedon Town’s clash away at Southall finished 1-1 at the end of normal time, with Alex Camm’s cross deflecting off a home defender to draw the visitors level after an hour. It wasn’t to be on penalties however, with the hosts prevailing 5-4. Bridgwater United were also dumped out in the cruellest of circumstances, with Tunbridge Wells coming from two goals down to draw 2-2 before prevailing on spot kicks. Goals at the beginning of either half from Jack Taylor looked to have booked United’s passage through to round five, but the Kent side struck twice in the final 20 minutes through Harry Hudson and Robbie Bissett to draw level. An early miss in the shootout then cost Bridgwater who will feel they have missed out on an excellent opportunity to continue their excellent run in this season’s competition.


and the away side used that momentum to draw level through Brendan Matthew after 67 minutes. With the game destined for penalties, Buckland went ahead in dramatic circumstances with Carter’s strike having just enough pace to nestle in the back of the visitors net, securing their spot in the fifth round. Unfortunately, there is only one Western League side who remain in the competition following a pair of penalty losses. Clevedon Town’s clash away at Southall finished 1-1 at the end of normal time, with Alex Camm’s cross deflecting off a home defender to draw the visitors level after an hour. It wasn’t to be on penalties however, with the hosts prevailing 5-4. Bridgwater United were also dumped out in the cruellest of circumstances, with Tunbridge Wells coming from two goals down to draw 2-2 before prevailing on spot kicks. Goals at the beginning of either half from Jack Taylor looked to have booked United’s passage through to round five, but the Kent side struck twice in the final 20 minutes through Harry Hudson and Robbie Bissett to draw level. An early miss in the shootout then cost Bridgwater who will feel they have missed out on an excellent opportunity to continue their excellent run in this season’s competition.