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FA Competitions Almondsbury (green/white) v Bitton (red/white) Roman Glass St.George (white) v Malmesbury Victoria (blue)  13-10-2018

Mangotsfield United breezed into the First Round of the Buildbase FA Trophy with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Kidlington at Cossham Street. Kyle Tooze, Jordan Williams and Clayton Fortune were their marksmen.

The top two teams in the Evo-Stik League South Division One South, Yate Town and Blackfield & Langley clashed at Lodge Road and a single goal, a penalty by Ollie Mehew, divided the teams in favour of Yate.

Bristol Manor Farm had a goal from Owen Howe to thank for a 1-0 passage at home to Paulton Rovers.

Jon Davies gave Melksham Town the lead at Slimbridge from the penalty spot, but the Swans were soon level and then in front with Ewan Dunbar on target on both occasions. Luke Ballinger equalized for Melksham before Neikell Plummer headed in the winner for Melksham with just moments remaining.

Larkhall Athletic will have to try again after a goal less draw with Thame United at Plain Ham.

Yate Town have been paired with Premier Division South strugglers Dorchester Town In the First Round draw made on Monday at Wembley Stadium. Mangotsfield United have a potentially difficult trip to Didcot Town, whist Bristol Manor Farm will visit the winners of the Larkhall Athletlc v Thame United replay. Street have been drawn to play at Cinderford Town whilst Taunton Town have a home tie against Weymouth.








Cribbs are one of just four Western League sides who remain in the FA Vase following their terrific 3-2 win away at Brimscombe & Thrupp. The visitors had to stave off a number of fightbacks from their hosts but eventually ran out winners thanks to Ben Dowdell’s double after Sol Wanjau-Smith had handed them the early lead.

Cadbury Heath will join Cribbs in the draw for the second round, after Matt Huxley struck a hat-trick on his return to the side during their 5-0 win at home to Sidmouth Town. Harrison Kyte added the other two goals.

120 minutes were required for Cheddar to book their passage through, with Adam Jones scoring in the second half of extra-time to secure a nail-biting 1-0 win at home to Totton & Eling.

The fourth side through are Willand Rovers, with Angus Wilson’s double, plus goals from Luke Mortimore and Brad Ausden leading them to a 4-1 win away at Odd Down.

Callum Demkiv’s second half effort wasn’t enough for Westbury who fell to a 2-1 defeat at Saltash, while Roman Glass suffered a shock 2-0 defeat at home to Malmesbury Victoria.

Bridport and Plymouth Parkway each conceded six during heavy defeats against South West Peninsula League sides. Bridport lost 6-0 at home to Falmouth Town thanks to goals from Luke Johnson, Jordan Annear, James Ward, Luke Brabyn, Tom Annear and Jack Bowyer. Plymouth Parkway were beaten 6-1 by AFC St.Austell with Liam Eddy scoring four times, and Mark Goldsworthy scoring twice from the spot.

Almondsbury surprise Bitton 2-1 at The Field. The Hellenic League side took the lead after the break through Keelan Mastouras and went further ahead four minutes later through Henry Greenbury. Jordan Whittaker pulled a goal back to set up a tense last few minutes, but the Almonds held out.

Longwell Green Sports went down 3-2 at home to Brockenhurst from The New Forest.

Almondsbury’s reward for their fine win is another home tie against Hamble Club from Hampshire in the Second Round draw made at Wembley Stadium on Monday. Cadbury Heath face a tricky trip to South West Peninsula League side Exmouth Town whilst Cribbs make the long journey to the Isle of Wight to meet Newport. Cheddar will entertain big-scoring AFC St Austell.

Cribbs are one of just four Western League sides who remain in the FA Vase following their terrific 3-2 win away at Brimscombe & Thrupp. The visitors had to stave off a number of fightbacks from their hosts but eventually ran out winners thanks to Ben Dowdell’s double after Sol Wanjau-Smith had handed them the early lead.

Cadbury Heath will join Cribbs in the draw for the second round, after Matt Huxley struck a hat-trick on his return to the side during their 5-0 win at home to Sidmouth Town. Harrison Kyte added the other two goals.

120 minutes were required for Cheddar to book their passage through, with Adam Jones scoring in the second half of extra-time to secure a nail-biting 1-0 win at home to Totton & Eling.

The fourth side through are Willand Rovers, with Angus Wilson’s double, plus goals from Luke Mortimore and Brad Ausden leading them to a 4-1 win away at Odd Down.

Callum Demkiv’s second half effort wasn’t enough for Westbury who fell to a 2-1 defeat at Saltash, while Roman Glass suffered a shock 2-0 defeat at home to Malmesbury Victoria.

Bridport and Plymouth Parkway each conceded six during heavy defeats against South West Peninsula League sides. Bridport lost 6-0 at home to Falmouth Town thanks to goals from Luke Johnson, Jordan Annear, James Ward, Luke Brabyn, Tom Annear and Jack Bowyer. Plymouth Parkway were beaten 6-1 by AFC St.Austell with Liam Eddy scoring four times, and Mark Goldsworthy scoring twice from the spot.

Almondsbury surprise Bitton 2-1 at The Field. The Hellenic League side took the lead after the break through Keelan Mastouras and went further ahead four minutes later through Henry Greenbury. Jordan Whittaker pulled a goal back to set up a tense last few minutes, but the Almonds held out.

Longwell Green Sports went down 3-2 at home to Brockenhurst from The New Forest.

Almondsbury’s reward for their fine win is another home tie against Hamble Club from Hampshire in the Second Round draw made at Wembley Stadium on Monday. Cadbury Heath face a tricky trip to South West Peninsula League side Exmouth Town whilst Cribbs make the long journey to the Isle of Wight to meet Newport. Cheddar will entertain big-scoring AFC St Austell.