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FA VASE DRAW First Qualifying Round 6th September


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FA VASE First Qualifying Round 6th September

Elmore v Torpoint Athletic
Camelford v St Blazey
Plymouth Parkway v Willand Rovers
Barnstaple Town v Elburton Villa
AFC St Austell v Porthleven
Crediton United v Saltash United
Tavistock v Radstock Town
Newquay v Bovey Tracey

Second Qualifying Round 4th October

Tavistock or Radstock Town v Portishead Town
Camelford or St Blazey v Barnstaple Town or Elburton Villa
Falmouth Town v Ashton & Backwell United or Bishop Sutton
Shepton Mallet v Wadebridge Town
Keynsham Town v Plymouth Parkway or Willand Rovers
Crediton United or Saltash United v Street
Elmore or Torpoint Athletic v Newquay or Bovey Tracey
AFC St Austell or Porthleven v Ilfracombe Town

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Why Paul? Are Camelford not worthy of their position in the competition?

Nothing to do with that. We will play Camelford twice this season if not more with the chance of cup competitions. So to draw a local side in the Vase is always disapointing. You like to play sides from different leagues. Preferably away and make a day of it.

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Really not to sure of what to make of this fiasco at Ivybridge...First we here its an admin problem, that is the reason they are not competing in the FA Vase and now it comes to light that they thought they were automatically entered because they finished in the top six last year. Unless I am mistaken they have not entered the FA Cup either.....

Now , if the likes of Man City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Co have to apply, surely a small team from south Devon has to also.

This is a massive oversight by the Bridgers, especially after all the hard work behind the scenes getting Erme Valley looking as it does, and even more so for the management team and players after all their hard work last term.

The potential loss in prize money and indeed local media coverage in this day and age could make a big difference to a club such as Ivybridge. Its such a pity, that after a great season on the pitch last year, they wont get the rewards that many feel they deserve.

Oh well maybe next year

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The region for the early rounds is to small. Teams dont enter the competition if they only want to draw sides just up the road. These cups give different clubs the chance to play each other. The FA do everything to ruin that in my opinion.

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