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FA Vase Second Round Qualifying


Saturday 25th September

AFC Varndeanians 0-5 Kent Football United
Colliers Wood United 1-0 Punjab United
Croydon 1-4 Horley Town
Erith Town 2-3 Sheppey United
Fisher P-P Little Common
Greenways 2-3 Forest Hill Park
Hailsham Town 1-2 Staplehurst Monarchs United
Holmesdale 4-0 AFC Croydon Athletic
Lordswood (p)1-1 Seaford Town
Loxwood 0-5 Erith & Belvedere
May & Baker 0-5 Glebe
Meridian VP 1-5 Shoreham
Raynes Park Vale 4-0 Welling Town
Rochester United (p)1-1 Chessington & Hook United
Saltdean United 1-3 Bridon Ropes
Snodland Town 4-1 Sutton Athletic
Tower Hamlets 1-3 Crawley Down Gatwick
Tunbridge Wells 4-1 Canterbury City
Worthing United 1-5 Stansfeld

Sunday 26th September

Jersey Bulls 5-0 Crowborough Athletic


We had 14 teams progress today from Saturday’s 19 FA Vase ties and they will each now eagerly await Monday’s next round draw.

Erith & Belvedere, Kent Football United and Glebe were each 5-0 winners on the road while Stansfeld won 5-1 and Holmesdale picked up a 4-0 victory.

In the all-SCEFL games Tunbridge Wells beat Canterbury City 4-1, which was the same scoreline that Snodland Town overcame Sutton Athletic. Forest Hill Park won 3-2 at Greenways as did Sheppey United at Erith Town.

Two games went to penalties following 1-1 draws. Lordswood beat Seaford Town on spot-kicks while Rochester United won an epic shoot-out at home to Chessington & Hook 8-7!

Staplehurst Monarchs won late on at Hailsham Town and Bridon Ropes continued their fine start to the season by progressing to the First Round with a 3-1 win at Saltdean United.

Fisher received a Walkover after their opponents, Little Common, had cases of Covid in their camp.

Sunday saw Crowborough Athletic fly to Jersey to take on one of the favourites for the competition Jersey Bulls, who showed their class by winning 5-0.

Goalscorers for all games can be foundĀ here


Match Programmes

Raynes Park Vale v Welling Town

Tower Hamlets v Crawley Down Gatwick