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FA VASE 2022/23

Second Round Saturday November 12

Roman Glass St George v Corsham Town 
Brimscombe & Thrupp v Shaftesbury 
Brixham v Andover New Street 
Bovey Tracey v Brockenhurst 
Elburton Villa v Bridgwater United 
Wellington  v Royal Wootton Bassett Town 
Thornbury Town v Cribbs
Buckland Athletic v Cullompton Rangers 
Mousehole v Hartpury University 
Clevedon Town v Mangotsfield United 
Laverstock & Ford v Falmouth Town

 

First Round Proper 22nd October

Bishops Lydeard 1-2 Roman Glass St George

Bovey Tracey 1-1 Ivybridge Town (Bovey win 4-3 on pens)

Bradford Town 0-3 Laverstock & Ford

Bridport 3-5 Royal Wootton Bassett Town

Brimscombe & Thrupp 1-1 Torpoint Athletic (B & T win 5-4 on pens)

Brixham 4-0 Odd Down

Cribbs 4-2 Portland United

Cullompton Rangers 2-0 Bemerton Heath Harlequins

Elburton Villa v Ashton & Backwell United

Falmouth Town 2-1 Helston Athletic

Keynsham Town 0-4 Corsham Town

Lydney Town 1-3 Mousehole

Mangotsfield United 2-0 Crediton United

Oldland Abbotonians 0-0 Shaftesbury (Shaftsbury win 4-3 on pens)

St Blazey 1-2 Thornbury Town

Street 1-5 Andover New Street

Wellington AFC 2-0 Barnstaple Town

 

Second Qualifying Round: 24th September

Barnstaple Town   4-0   Axminster Town

Bishop Lydeard   3-1   Liskeard Athletic

Bovey Tracey   1-0   Welton Rovers

Bridport   2-0   Petersfield Town

Callington Town   1-3   Cullompton Rangers

Camelford   0-6   St Blazey

Elburton Villa   2-0   Torrington

Falmouth Town   5-0   Launceston

Helston Athletic   2-1   Saltash United

Millbrook   2-5   Ivybridge Town

Odd Down   2-2   Newton Abbot Spurs (5-4 on pens)

Shepton Mallet   1-5   Mousehole

Sidmouth Town   0-6   Crediton United

Torpoint Athletic   7-0   Wendron United

 

First Qualifying Round : 27th August

Bodmin Town   0-1   Odd Down

Bovey Tracey   5-0   Newquay

Camelford   3-2   Ilfracombe Town

Cheddar   2-4   Crediton United

Dobwalls   1-5   Elburton Villa

Elmore   2-4   St Blazey

Falmouth Town   3-1   St Austell

Godolphin Atlantic   0-10   Barnstaple Town

Radstock Town   2-4   Newton Abbot Spurs

Wadebridge Town   0-1   Cullompton Rangers

 

Byes: Axminster Town, Bridport, Callington Town, Helston Athletic, Ivybridge Town, Launceston, Liskeard Athletic, Millbrook, Mousehole, Saltash United, Sidmouth Town, Torrington, Wendron United

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19 minutes ago, Way Of The Park said:

Mousehole going up to Shepton Mallet (played 7, won 7 in the league) and winning 5-1 is quite a result. 

It was a great game - certainly not as one-sided as the scoreline suggests. Regular keeper Ollie Chenoweth was away getting married and regular stand-in Piran Jones is injured so we had 16yo Lewis Moyle in goal and he pulled off a couple of absolutely outstanding saves including one when the score was 3-1 that could have made it a different finale. Overall I think it was the quality of our goal scoring that meant we were eventually deserving winners (the goals are up on the Mousehole Twitter account if anyone wants to take a look). 

There’s a lot of competition for “most welcoming  Western League club” but Mallet would be right up there.

Away to Lydney  Town in the next round.

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2 hours ago, Way Of The Park said:

Mousehole going up to Shepton Mallet (played 7, won 7 in the league) and winning 5-1 is quite a result. 

Mousehole were superb, played excellent football as they always have whenever I've seen them and scored 5 really good goals. Some of them were fantastic individual efforts and some of them really good team goals. It was as good a performance by a Western League side as I have seen for a few years. 

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4 hours ago, Way Of The Park said:

Falmouth and Helston just can't avoid each other!

Feel sorry for both teams to be honest you want  a fixture against a club you not hosted before or a new adventure to a new ground. All part of the vase . I guess there should be a decent crowd anyway. 

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4 hours ago, GaryHocking said:

It was a great game - certainly not as one-sided as the scoreline suggests. Regular keeper Ollie Chenoweth was away getting married and regular stand-in Piran Jones is injured so we had 16yo Lewis Moyle in goal and he pulled off a couple of absolutely outstanding saves including one when the score was 3-1 that could have made it a different finale. Overall I think it was the quality of our goal scoring that meant we were eventually deserving winners (the goals are up on the Mousehole Twitter account if anyone wants to take a look). 

There’s a lot of competition for “most welcoming  Western League club” but Mallet would be right up there.

Away to Lydney  Town in the next round.

Lewis is 18/19 ex Plymouth Argyle youngster … The other lad (Piran) is 17 and was with the reserves on Saturday … Mousehole are blessed in the goalkeeping department with Elwell on loan at Bodmin a former Kidderminster harriers and county youth youngster ..

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1 hour ago, mattelot said:

They wont be leading to Treyew Rd thats for sure !😁😂🤣😜

 

Drove past the Stadium for Cornwall site last week and couldn't see any secret work being carried out secretly at Truro City's secret new ground.  Anything been put out by the club yet?  (Or is it a secret?)

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1 hour ago, The Town Man said:

Drove past the Stadium for Cornwall site last week and couldn't see any secret work being carried out secretly at Truro City's secret new ground.  Anything been put out by the club yet?  (Or is it a secret?)

The secret new investors secretly looking for a secret landing strip nearby for the pigs to be able to land ?

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I still consider St Austell getting to the semi-final of the FA Vase being a greater achievement than Truro winning the trophy. Although in reality it’s not, St Austell did come from nowhere with a group of players which were generally local with limited experience at a higher level. Epic effort by all accounts.

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All the results added.

St Blazey 1-2 Thornbury

Disappointing result for our last remaining SWPL Cornish side in the competition today.

Never got going first half with too often overhitting any balls intended for the front two Cloke and Eddy. Both however did go close to scoring in the first-half but as did their visitors as well to be honest.

Second half arrived and  I expected River Allen to be introduced for the restart but no! Pretty much on the hour Rio Ward came on and then soon followed by River and Sam Buckley but within practically seconds St Blazey went behind when Giler was a little too keen to get in a tackle and the ref pointed to the penalty spot.

1-0 down and disaster soon after when Lewis Russell's back pass is way too much under hit which eventually allowed the visitors No.7 to score their second. I say eventually as although he rounded keeper Brodie Cole, St Blazey were allowed time to get a couple players back into the 6 yard box, but they couldn't prevent the second goal.

From here on as one would expect in a cup tie it was pretty much one way traffic with St Blazey forcing the game to Thornbury but there was no breakthrough until practically on 90 minutes when River Allen scored from a penalty. Could St Blazey get back level? Well there was a big penalty appeal from all around a well-attended ground when Luke Cloke went down however the ref waved play on, soon followed by his final whistle in a game that he played very little added on time in either half, even though he seemed to take ages explaining to the players why he was showing them yellow cards.

This result leaves 4 Peninsula sides still in the competition, obviously all from the East division, along with Falmouth Town and Mousehole who both won today.

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1 hour ago, Saturday_Social said:

McConie definately is

Really tough tie for Mousehole though. First season in the Vase for Hartpury University, they are a university that specialises in sports science and are full of players that have been released by professional academies. Their rugby union side is basically Gloucester's development side, and has produced internationals for several countries.

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1 hour ago, Way Of The Park said:

Really tough tie for Mousehole though. First season in the Vase for Hartpury University, they are a university that specialises in sports science and are full of players that have been released by professional academies. Their rugby union side is basically Gloucester's development side, and has produced internationals for several countries.

Full of players released by proffessional academies .should be an even contest then surely.?

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Just as a comparison and to look at old tealeaves - Hartpury won last season's BUCs Premier Southern League  (university football) which is the highest league with Premier North League.  Totally outplayed Exeter Uni who came 3rd.  Video lurking here on youtube of the humiliation 🙂 . Edit-

So on paper should be a good match.  It depends how much of a settled team they are - its the beginning of the season - University teams can go up and down depending on intake.

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4 hours ago, Tommy Matthews said:

Newquay’s Lewis Hilton is a former Hartpury player and is now playing for Tampa Bay Rowdies. 

Falmouth's Tom Moxham also had a spell at Hartpury. Don't know if the policy has changed this season with them being in a step 6 league now, but their players used to turn out for step 4/5 clubs in the area (such as Evesham, Shortwood and Slimbridge)on Saturday's, and with the university teams in the midweek competitions.

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