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10-11 August


Emirates FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round

Twenty two Uhlsport Hellenic League club’s were entered into the Preliminary Round of the 2018/19 Emirates FA. Friday night hailed the start of the competition with two Hellenic clubs entering the arena.

Premier Division Ascot United ground out a 2-1 win over Combined Counties League Premier Division Camberley Town in front of a crowd of 277, the home side led 2-0 before Camberley threatened a late comeback, but they held on despite a frantic finale that saw both sides come within a whisker of scoring. Ascot scorers Nathan Minhas 4, James Haworth 51.

One West Easington Sports made history last night in their first ever FA Cup match against other first timers Winslow United of the Spartan South Midlands League. In an entertaining game full of effort and commitment, Easington came from behind twice to take the preliminary round tie to a replay which will be held this Tuesday at Addison Road. Aaron King scored a brace for Winslow whilst Henry Rose 43 minutes and Andrew Stidder 79 scored Sports' goals.

Saturday brought the bulk of the entries into play.

Woodley United’s Liam Wilson opened the scoring on 18 minutes in the fixture against Spartan South Midlands club Crawley Green. However the the home side dominated the game scoring seven goals without further reply from Woodley.

Fairford Town are out after a 2-0 defeat at Hadley. A goal either side of the break did the damage with the visitors unable to find a way through against the Spartan South Midlands Football League Premier Division side.

In an all Uhlsport Hellenic League tie at Summerleaze home side, Division One East Holyport lost 1-2 to Premier Division visitors Brimscombe & Thrupp. Dan Rapley got Port of to a positive start scoring after four minutes of play. Brimscombe countered that with a goal in each half Ash Caldwell 24, Harrison Reeves 43.

At the Rivermoor ground the result was settled in the first 25 minutes. Alfie Grant score for Reading City after 8 minutes, before visitors Western League Premier Division Chipping Sodbury equalised. The replay takes place on Tuesday night.

Brad Martin scored a second half hat trick for Bishops Cleeve in the 5-2 home win against Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division Stofold. Home scorers Harrison Iddles 26 Elliot Kennedy 37p Brad Martin 52, 57, 90.

Bradley Pagliaroli 44 scored the only goal in the match to give Royal Wootton Bassett Town a route through to the next round at Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division Leighton Town.

Flackwell Heath fell at the first fence with a 0-2 loss at home to Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division North Greenford.

Deon Gallacher scored four in newly promoted Ardley United’s 7-0 rout of Western League Premier Division Shortwood United. On target Deon Gallacher 24, 76, 78, 86 Greg Hackett 32, 41James McCarthy 84.

In the all Hellenic League fixture at Watchet Lane, in an even game home Homer Green went down to a late winner from Longlevens James Campbell 85.

All square at the Northcourt in the Abingdon United against One East Burnham tie, with both sides scoring twice. Home scorers Samuel Wharton 3 Lester Davis 41 - Away Ramel Sutherland 1 Ashley James 81. Replay to take place at the Gore on Tuesday night.

Combined Counties League Premier Division side AFC Hayes looked to be set for a journey to the next round leading 1-0 with three minutes left on the clock against visiting Lydney Town. But the Hellenic side thwarted their hopes with two strikes in the last knockings of the game. Frankie Johnson 87 Lewis Thompson 90 + 1.

Playing at Oxford City’s ground an Alex Stott goal on 23 minutes was enough to give Brackley Town Saints the Hellenic side victory over Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division London Colney.

Two first half goals earned a 1-2 victory for Binfield at  Combined Counties Football League Premier Division Farnham Town. Binfield scorers Ian Davies 12 Carlo Santoro 25.

In the Tuffley Rovers game at Glevum Park against  Spartan South Midlands Football League Premier Division Colney Heath. Rovers surrendered a first half lead, courtesy of Warren Mann’s 45th minute penalty, as Colney Heath score three times in ten second half minutes.

Windsor looked to be progressing to the next round in the home fixture against newly promoted Highworth Town of the Evo-Stik Southern League. But a goal scored four minutes into added time resulted in a 3-3 draw, with it all to do again at The Elms on Tuesday. Windsor scorers Jeevan Panesar 28 Daniel Roberts 71, 81 - Highworth Jason Milhench 22 Ashley Edenborough 58p, 90+4.

Wantage Town went through to the next round of the Emirates FA Cup with a 4-3 win at , Spartan South Midlands Football League Premier Division Oxhey Jets. After going 2-0 up they looked to have thrown it away as the hosts went 3-2 up but Wantage levelled from the spot before snatching a winner four minutes into added time. Away scorers Chris Jackson 41p, 73p Jim Glovet 47 Connor Mattimore 90+4.

Division One West Pewsey Vale went down 0-3 at Western League Premier Buckland Athletic. After a four hour journey due to M5 traffic tail backs, Buckland had the better of the first half , but the teams went in 0-0 half time.
Pewsey were undone by a goal scored from a corner two minutes after the re-start. Pewsey fought to get back with some good chances but it was Buckland went on to win 3-0.

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After suffering two heavy losses in their opening games of the season Shrivenham gained their first point with in a 1-1 draw at Barrington Park against Virginia Water. An evenly fought game between the two promoted sides and either side could have nicked a result with better finishing.

One East

Chalvey Sports opened their inaugural season in Division One East with a convincing 4-0 home win against Penn & Tylers Green. Chalvey scorers Levi Thackarey 2 Jason Marney 16, 46 Brattan Taylor 61.

One West

Almondsbury’s inaugural game in the Uhlsport Hellenic League produced a share of the points in a 1-1 draw against visiting Kidlington Development. Home scorer Greg Parr 24 - Away Jack Johnson 12

New College were trounced at home 0-8 by Cirencester Town Development. Away scorers Dan Gudger 5, 6, 62 Sam Walsh 42, 60, 75 Connor Hibbs 49 Josh Ukoha 70.

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Premier Division
On their return to the Premier Division Ardley United were well beaten by visitors Binfield. They were three ahead before the interval. Ian Davis recorded pair early in proceeedings (8, 12 minutes), Jeff Brown added the third (34 minutes). Billy Gillett got one for the hosts (57), back before Carlo Santoro (70) restored the three goal advantage.

Back in the Uhlsport Hellenic League after twelve years ib the Southern league Bishops Cleeve were held at home in a six-goal thriller by Ascot United. Nathan Minha struck twice for the visitors (35,51). The home side then took the lead through Brad Martin (57), Ieuan Crowe (66) and Elliot Kennedy (72). A goal from Callum Carlisle three minutes before end of time saw the visitors share the points.

Acrows of 110 saw a rreat first game win for Brimscombe. Daniel Roberts (17) opened the scoring for Windsor at Brimscombe & Thrupp. Three minutes later Sam Blackie restored parity then added a second in the final minute of the half. Ash Caldwell adding a third (77) to seal victory for the Gloucestershire home side.

Two second half goals from Steve Robertson saw Wantage Town come from behind against a spirited Fairford Town side who played for 82 minutes with ten men, Josh Jones, a summer addition from Highworth Town, was shown a straight red card for a high challenge. Ten-man Fairford went two ahead through Josh Thomas (6,65). Visitors Wantage Town scored three times in the last twenty minutes to take the points. Chris Jackson (71) plus a brace from Steve Robertson (72,90+1).

Former Spartan South Midland League club Holmer Green’s debut in the Uhlsport Hellenic League ended with victory over visitors Abingdon United. Second half goals from Curtis Stone (52) and Jaimie West (5) won the day for the new boys.

At Longlevens all four goals came after the break. Dave Rich (58) and Isaac Johns (78) put the home side ahead, looking to be sure of the three points, before Flackwell Heath levelled in the last four minutes of normal time with goals from Harry Ritchie (86) and Dean Allen (90).

Returning to his first Hellenic League club from promoted Bracknell Town, TJ Bohane continued his scoring legend with a hat-trick (29, 43, 50) in Royal Wootton Bassett Town's 6-1 victory against visiting Tuffley Rovers. Bradley Pagliaroli contributed two goals (41, 63), after Steve Yeardley had opened the goal fest in the seventh minute. Rovers only reply came from Ryan Dobbins (65).

Reading City, (formerly known as Highmoor Ibis) took all three points at newly promoted Shrivenham. Former Didcot Town player Jack Powell opened the scoring for Reading on 7 minutes in his debut game for the club, Mitch Parker got three (16,43,71) with Matt Hancock (20) also adding to the scoresheet. Nathan Blackford (57) was on target for the hosts. Dominated by a well organised Reading side going 4-0 up by half time, Shrivenham came out secnd half to try to come back winning a penalty, but Reading deserved their win today.

The match at Brackley Town Saints was postponed as the Lydney Town transport broke down and became gridlocked in traffic.

One East

The largest crowd of the day witnessed Abingdon Town's return to Division One with a high scoring 6-4 win over Woodley United. Unable to provide scorers and times as information not provided by the home side.

Burnham relegated from the Premier Division, made a positive start with a 4-2 home victory over Holyport. Port's Fabian Driffil opened the scoring and their second goal in the first period (9,23), Burnham's Ashleigh James strike (20) saw the sides go in 2-1 at the break. Managerial word's of encouragement must have inspired Burnham who added three goals through Lucas Sinclair (55,59) and Ashley Watson (83)

One West

Easington Sports appear to have breezed through their opning game with a 4-0 home win against Pewsey Vale. Andrew Stidder (39,80) Sam Grant (51) Joe Eyre (64) were all on the scoresheet for the Oxfordshire side.

Two Development sides met at Yarnton Road with the hosts Kidlington taking the honours with a 4-1 win against Cirencester Town. Kevin Davies was the star on his debut for Kidlington with a fantastic hatrick. Sam Elbro (15) opened the scoring for the Greens and Kevin Davies opening day hat-trick (44, 60, 88), on target for the Centurions Connor Hibbs (50).



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