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FA Competitions Keynsham Town (amber/black) v Brislington (blue)  10-08-2019

Last season’s uhlsport Hellenic League champions and Bet Victor Southern League new boys Wantage Town have yet to play a game in their new league. So the game against Brackley Town Saints could be thought of as a continuation of Hellenic competition, in the two league fixtures last season against Saints, Wantage took four points from a possible six. This time it was honours even at Alfredian Park, a 1-1 draw. Saints took the lead in the first minute of the second half when George Ball netted, but Wantage forced a replay in the 89th minute of play thanks to Nick Thorne. Both teams do it again next week to find a winner.

Nahum Green scored the only goal of the game for Southern Counties East club AFC Croydon Athletic against Virginia Water.

Binfield were trailing 2-1 against Sydenhams League US Portsmouth, but a Josh Helmore double in the final ten minutes took the Moles through. Eddie Lee had scored their first goal whilst Tom Jeffers was on target twice for the visitors.
Six fixtures saw uhlsport Hellenic League clubs drawn against
Spartan South Midlands League opposition.
Oxhey Jets shipped four without replying to
Flackwell Heath, who scored a pair in each half through Joshua Edwards, Ashley Howell, Mo Ceesay and Leius Sinclair.
Both
Royal Wootton Bassett Town and Aylesbury Dynamos scored a goal each in the first half but were unable to add anything further to the score line and make their way to a replay next week. Christopher Jackson put Bassett ahead only for Keith Mupfururilwa to draw Dynamos level.
Harefield United were 3-0 winners against
Lydney Town.

Leighton Town saw off Thornbury Town with a 4-1 win. Tommy Bryant, Danny Webb, Ashton Campbell and Jordy Fredericks outscored Craig Lancastle.
Goal less until the last three minutes of normal time
Leverstock Green and
Ardley United ended 1-1, United scoring in the last minute of normal time. Now set to to do it all again at the Nolan Oils ground. John Smith appeared to have won the day for Green, but Louis Joyce snatched a last-gasp equalizer.
London Tigers didn't maul
Thame Rangers, the Hellenic side came away 2-0 victors with goals from Patrick Buston and Dan Hatton.

Fairford Town were 3-1 victors against Essex Senior League Enfield 1893 at Cinder Lane. Connor Thompson 2 and Ben Lodge saw them through to the next stage.
Malvern Town pushed Whitchurch Alport ‎of North West Counties League all the way in the but in the end succumbed to a 2-1 defeat despite Louis Loader’s goal.  Alex Hughes and Aaron Johns netted for the away side.
Newport Pagnell Town of the
United Counties League heavily defeated Cheltenham Saracens 6-2. McCrae, Parrish, Watkinson, Lobjoit 3 saw them home.

The uhslport Hellenic League was guaranteed at least eight clubs going through to the Emirates FA Cup Preliminary Round on August 24, with 16 clubs from the League drawn against each other.
Abingdon United took the lead in the third minute after the half time break only to exit the cup losing 2-1 to Brimscombe & Thrupp. After an even first half with Brimscombe's experience over a young Abingdon being the difference in the result
. Kyle Moss fired United ahead, but Ollie Pitt and Chris Pates edged Thrupp through.
Three goals in the opening 17 minutes saw Bishops Cleeve into the next round, Easington Sports were unable to respond. Jack Watts, Harrison Iddles and Michael Davis were their marksmen.
Clanfield 85 lost 3-1 at home to One West counterparts Shortwood United, who came from behind to net three times in the second half. Zak Oliver gave the hosts an early lead only to concede to Troy Budd 2 and Joe Wilton.
Longlevens AFC scored three without reply from Malmesbury Victoria
. Will Emery, Harry Emmett and Brad Martin found the net.
A game pretty much dominated by home side Shrivenham but Holmer Green defended well to keep from scoring no more than just the one goal. A last-minute push from Holmer led to an equaliser. Off to a replay!  Tom Ballard looked to have sent the home side through, but Martin Lancaster had other ideas.
Tuffley Rovers fought back from a goal down, and playing with ten men, to record a 1-1 draw against North Greenford United at Glevum Park. The replay will take place on Tuesday evening. Jake Rhodes levelled for Tuffley after Sam Olanipekun had given United the lead.
Windsor who saw two red cards, Robert Lazarczuk and George Gould, and shipped three second half goals lost 3-0 against Reading City at Stag Meadow. Steve Lee, Devonn Reid and Matt Stockill were on target.


Leighton Town saw off Thornbury Town with a 4-1 win. Tommy Bryant, Danny Webb, Ashton Campbell and Jordy Fredericks outscored Craig Lancastle.
Goal less until the last three minutes of normal time
Leverstock Green and
Ardley United ended 1-1, United scoring in the last minute of normal time. Now set to to do it all again at the Nolan Oils ground. John Smith appeared to have won the day for Green, but Louis Joyce snatched a last-gasp equalizer.
London Tigers didn't maul
Thame Rangers, the Hellenic side came away 2-0 victors with goals from Patrick Buston and Dan Hatton.

Fairford Town were 3-1 victors against Essex Senior League Enfield 1893 at Cinder Lane. Connor Thompson 2 and Ben Lodge saw them through to the next stage.
Malvern Town pushed Whitchurch Alport ‎of North West Counties League all the way in the but in the end succumbed to a 2-1 defeat despite Louis Loader’s goal.  Alex Hughes and Aaron Johns netted for the away side.
Newport Pagnell Town of the
United Counties League heavily defeated Cheltenham Saracens 6-2. McCrae, Parrish, Watkinson, Lobjoit 3 saw them home.

The uhslport Hellenic League was guaranteed at least eight clubs going through to the Emirates FA Cup Preliminary Round on August 24, with 16 clubs from the League drawn against each other.
Abingdon United took the lead in the third minute after the half time break only to exit the cup losing 2-1 to Brimscombe & Thrupp. After an even first half with Brimscombe's experience over a young Abingdon being the difference in the result
. Kyle Moss fired United ahead, but Ollie Pitt and Chris Pates edged Thrupp through.
Three goals in the opening 17 minutes saw Bishops Cleeve into the next round, Easington Sports were unable to respond. Jack Watts, Harrison Iddles and Michael Davis were their marksmen.
Clanfield 85 lost 3-1 at home to One West counterparts Shortwood United, who came from behind to net three times in the second half. Zak Oliver gave the hosts an early lead only to concede to Troy Budd 2 and Joe Wilton.
Longlevens AFC scored three without reply from Malmesbury Victoria
. Will Emery, Harry Emmett and Brad Martin found the net.
A game pretty much dominated by home side Shrivenham but Holmer Green defended well to keep from scoring no more than just the one goal. A last-minute push from Holmer led to an equaliser. Off to a replay!  Tom Ballard looked to have sent the home side through, but Martin Lancaster had other ideas.
Tuffley Rovers fought back from a goal down, and playing with ten men, to record a 1-1 draw against North Greenford United at Glevum Park. The replay will take place on Tuesday evening. Jake Rhodes levelled for Tuffley after Sam Olanipekun had given United the lead.
Windsor who saw two red cards, Robert Lazarczuk and George Gould, and shipped three second half goals lost 3-0 against Reading City at Stag Meadow. Steve Lee, Devonn Reid and Matt Stockill were on target.

This season’s FA Cup action got underway on a wet Friday evening down in Devon, where Plymouth Parkway became the first side to gain progress to the next round after defeating Premier Division rivals Buckland Athletic 1-0 at Bolitho Park. The only goal of the game came on the stroke of half-time, with Jack Calver firing home after being played in by Adam Carter.

Clevedon Town left it late before claiming a 2-1 victory away at Saltash United, with Lucas Vowles scoring their winner five minutes from time after George King’s opener had been cancelled out earlier in the contest. Clevedon will be joined in the next round by Bridgwater Town, for whom Dave Thorne scored on the hour mark during their 1-0 win at home to Hallen.

In an entertaining affair at Bowdens Park, Bradford Town hung on to claim a hard-earned 3-2 victory away at Cheddar. Following a goalless first half, the Premier Division side piled on the pressure at the beginning of the second period, with former Melksham frontman Neikell Plummer banging in a six-minute hat-trick. The Cheesemen never lay down however, and a late double from Adam Jones nearly saw them claim a replay, but the Bobcats held out to book their spot in the next round.

An excellent second half performance from Street propelled them to a 4-1 win at home to Odd Down. Jay Murray’s 39th minute effort had handed the Bath side the half-time lead, which they relinquished within 60 seconds of the restart when Kyle Strange grabbed an equaliser for the Cobblers. Substitute Dan Linham then put Street ahead midway through the second half, with further goals from Strange and Kameron Andrews wrapping up an impressive comeback at the Tannery Ground.

Bitton relied on a late winner by Tristan Plummer to beat Bridport 2-1, to collect their third victory of the week. Having taken an early lead through Matt Groves, Bitton saw their advantage disappear following a Ryan Dovell free-kick, with Plummer then striking a late winner in the final ten minutes to confirm the home side’s progress.

A pair of goals at the end of the first half from Aaron Denny and Jordan Harris proved to be enough for Exmouth Town who toppled fellow Devon outfit Barnstaple 2-0.

Another side to extend their 100% start were Tavistock, with three second half goals helping them to secure a 3-0 win at home to Hengrove Athletic. Liam Prynn scored twice for the hosts, sandwiching a goal from Jack Crago as Tavistock enjoyed their first run-out at Langsford Park this season.

Craig Parsons’ third minute effort proved to be enough for Brislington who ran out 1-0 victors at Keynsham Town, while goals from Craig Loxton, Asa White and Jack Fillingham saw Shepton Mallet pull off a 3-1 triumph at home to Cadbury Heath.

There was 1-0 defeat for Westbury at home to Fareham Town, with Chipping Sodbury also knocked out after losing 3-2 away at Dunstable despite a brace from the in-form Sam Makepeace.

Cribbs and Wellington will meet in a replay on Tuesday evening, after they drew 1-1 in Bristol. Both sides started well, with Jacob Hodgson putting the home side ahead in the 5th minute, only for Wellington to grab their equaliser six minutes later through Connor Pengelly.

Sunday’s tie saw Roman Glass St George come out on top in a five-goal thriller away at Winslow United to claim their first FA Cup victory in 66 years. After falling behind to an early penalty, Roman Glass turned the game around with Ryan Radford scoring either side of the break to hand the visitors a 2-1 advantage. Winslow levelled things up 20 minutes from time, but with a replay looking likely, the Western League outfit had other ideas, scoring a late winner through Steve Fitzpatrick to set up a tie away at Didcot Town in the next round.