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CL D6: Town III skipper looking for his side to bounce back

Buckingham Town III skipper Brij Valambhia has spoken to Sports Shots as his side head to play at Horley II in the Cherwell League, Division 6 on Saturday.

Brijesh Valambhia

The Town III captain said:

After a disappointing result last week where we lost a game we shouldn’t have. Still a few positives to take from it, Andy Humphries returned to his bowling form taking 6-18 off his spell and Matt Dipple grabbed 3 wickets at the top of the order.

We go again this weekend and hope for a better result.

Town III: Brij Valambhia (Captain), Mike Taylor, Joe Clark, Vish Valambhia, Anant Peshawaria, Richard Pengelly, Matt Dipple, Frank Johnson, Ryan Freshwater, Luke Tory, Tom Buggey.

Division 6 table

1 Bledlow Ridge 1 10 8 1 0 0 1 13 0 225 Up
2 Challow and Childrey 2 10 8 0 2 0 0 18 0 218 Down
3 Twyford 2 10 6 0 4 0 0 27 0 177 No Change
4 Sandford St Martin 2 10 4 0 5 0 1 45 0 151 No Change
5 Buckingham Town 3 10 4 0 5 0 1 38 0 144 No Change
6 Oxford 3 10 4 1 4 0 1 46 17 141 Up
7 Banbury 4 10 3 0 7 0 0 50 0 125 Up
8 Minster Lovell 2 10 3 2 4 0 1 48 5 124 Down
9 Eynsham 1 10 2 1 7 0 0 70 5 121 Down
10 Horley 2 10 2 1 6 0 1 60 0 116 No Change
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SNCL D3 & 4 KO Cup: Gawcott & Hillesden reach third successive final

Gawcott & Hillesden have reached the final of the South Northants Cricket League, Division 3 & 4 Knockout Cup for the third successive season.

Gawcott & Hillesden CC 2018

Alex Piggott’s side will face Chipping Warden on Sunday 22nd July at their own ground, the Richard Roper Field, after it was allocated two of the South Northants Cricket League finals.

Alex Piggott

QUARTER FINAL

In the quarter-final, Gawcott continued their decent form with a seven-wicket victory over Silverstone, with an excellent all-round performance from Colin Piggott.

Colin Piggott

Silverstone posted 95 all out with Colin Piggott’s three for 5 and Luke Stafford’s four for 24 doing the damage.

Luke Stafford

Gawcott reached there target off 16 overs as Piggott’s unbeaten 36 with the bat took them to victory with Matt Folkes (24) playing a much-needed supporting role.

Matt Folkes

Bowling figures
Jonny Dale 5 overs 1-27
Luke Stafford 5 overs 4-24
James carlin 5 overs 2-35
Colin Piggott 5 overs 3-5

Batting figures
Alex Piggott 12
John Patterson 0
Colin Piggott 36 not out
Matt Folkes 24
John Richardson 5 not out

SEMI FINAL

In the semi-final, Gawcott & Hillesden headed to Wardington with the aim of reaching another final.

A late withdrawal due to work meant Gawcott & Hillesden travelled with ten players.

The visitors lost the toss and were invited to bat first.

Skipper Piggott (22) and opening partner John Richardson raced to put 53 runs on the board from the first seven overs.

John Richardson

Colin Piggott came to the crease to join Richardson and they scored freely as they built a 111-run partnership in just 13 overs. Both players finished unbeaten on 59 as Gawcott & Hillesden posted a very competitive 165 for 1 from their 20 overs.

The game was in the balance as the deteriorating light for batsmen played against a side fielding with ten men.

Gawcott & Hillesden stepped up and performed as they bowled and fielded well as they restricted Wardington to 139-7 at the end of their 20 overs.

Batting scores
Alex Piggott 22
John Richardson 59 not out
Colin Piggott 59 not out

Bowling figures
Colin Piggott 5 overs 2-24
Kyle Bennion 2.2 overs 0-16
James carlin 5 overs 2-37
Jonny Dale 5 overs 1-36
Luke Stafford 2 overs 0-22
Matt Folkes 0.4 overs 1-2

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EPP U16: Town’s Clark strokes 74-ball century as Bucks U16 secure 127 run win!

Buckingham Town’s Joe Clark stroked a century as Bucks U16 defeated their Northants counterparts by 130 runs in the EPP U16 competition last week.

Joe Clark

The promising youngster from Bourton Road made 104 not out from 74 balls as he carried Bucks U16s to 187 all out at West Haddon & Guilsborough CC.

In reply, Northants U16s were dismissed for 60 all out.

MATCH SCORECARD

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Unicorns Championship: Bucks win by an innings inside two days to maintain 100% start

Skipper Tom Hampton led from the front as Bucks beat hosts Northumberland by an innings with more than a day to spare to set the pace at the top of the Unicorns Counties Championship Eastern Division.

Tom Hampton

Hampton took eight wickets in the match, which combined with his predecessor Michael Payne’s brilliant century, gave Bucks victory by an innings and 59 runs.
After waiting three seasons without a Championship victory, Bucks have now made it two out of two and have a realistic chance of challenging for the divisional title.
The visitors took charge on the first day, rattling up 440-9 from 90 overs on the small Jesmond ground, after being put in to bat.
Payne, whose loss of the captaincy, appears to have freed up his batting, made his second successive century, scoring 126 from 173 balls with 17 fours.

Michael Payne

He shared in two century stands. He and Masoor Khan (63) put on 124 for the second wicket.
Then Payne was joined in a third-wicket partnership of 101 with Dan Marles.

Dan Marles

In his second Championship game for the county, Marles was unluckily dismissed for 99, which came off 163 deliveries with a six and 12 fours.
With such a platform, the later batsman feasted themselves in the free-scoring condition to reach 440-9.
Hampton then took centre stage, taking 5-51 from 19 overs, as Northumberland slipped from 76-1 to 186 all out in reply. Good support came from Gary Park with 3-25.
Robin Pritchard taking six catches behind the stumps.

Robin Pritchard

With a first-innings lead of 254, Hampton had no hesitation in enforcing the follow-on, despite the hot conditions.
The hosts fared little better second time around, falling for 195 all out.
Hampton again led the way with 3-40 – for match figures of 8-91 – while Jonathan Burden and Khan also picked up two wickets.
The side thoroughly deserved their day-off after a superb display.
There is now excited expectation ahead of their next Championship match against Lincolnshire at Chesham from July 22-24.
Scores: Bucks 440-9 (90 ovs, M Payne 126, D Marles 99, M Khan 63, R Prichard 36, G Park 30), Northumberland 186 (57, ovs, J Thompson 43, T Hampton 5-51, G Park 3-25) & 195 (62.3 ovs, A Simpson 30, T Hampton 3-40).
Bucks (24pts) won by innings an innings & 59 runs.

SCORECARDS

Bucks 1st Innings:

Northumberland 1st Innings

Northumberland 2nd Innings

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Cherwell League: Results, scores & performers Saturday 7th July 2018

DIVISION 1

Challow & Childrey 181 (J Penrose 43, R Gordon 39, G Davson 4-40), Gt Brickhill 183-4 (M Nelson 73, J Pattni 36).

Cumnor 131 (A Hodder-Williams 50, M Mannering 37, A Bee 4-12), Long Marston 133-6 (M Mannering 3-16).

Banbury 2nd 165 (T Bartlett 67, J Megson 36, M Fayyaz 4-21), Twyford 168-3 (A Shah 57no, A Bone 53).

Buckingham Tn 2nd 152 (A O’Dell 56, A Martin 34, G Sandbach 4-22, J Meardon 3-31), Oxford Downs 154-2 (A Beck 71).

Abingdon Vale 274-8 (J Butcher 131, A Scholey 42, W Barker 30), Tiddington 179 (A Davis 64, C Elliott 42, N Pykett 35, J Butcher 4-42, P White 3-47).

DIVISION 2

Aston Rowant 2nd 240-9 (T Morgan 91, C Eaton 33, O Shaw 30, Not Known 4-74, A Sadiqi 3-61), Oxford 2nd 46 (L Quainton 6-14, C Mason 3-23).

Sandford St Martin 211-9 (O Ong 49, K Jones 31, G Judd 3-69), Westbury 212-3 (T Gurney 66, O Tice 57, W Gurney 36).

Didcot 276-4 (R Cook 155no), Cropredy 232 (S Hussain 78, C Wise 51, J Walters 33, M McComb 6-67).

Wolverton Tn 208 (S Potter 57, J Raja 50, W Woodward 4-92, M Bolton 3-48), Bledlow Village 209-4 (H Bartlett 101, M Winson 54, O Woodward 37no).

Horspath 2nd 220-9 (D O’Connor 73, J Stead 36, D Scott 4-24), Leighton Buzzard Tn 152 (M Burfoot 41, P Whatmore 36, L Heritage 4-45).

DIVISION 3

Stokenchurch 290-9 (C North 109no, J Triggs 47, J Sears 44, A Hunt 37, R Brown 4-49, R Rabani 3-48), Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 129 (J Sears 4-50, A Latif 3-20).

Cublington 263-9 (J Ali 108, K Gordon-Stewart 44, S Roberts 5-52, W Mehmood 3-73), Oxford Downs 2nd 267-4 (W Bartlett 146no, J Chahal 64, D Viljoen 3-80).

Bicester & North Oxford 287-7 (R Moore 65, A Stapleford-Jones 61, D Murphy 42, W Bradfield 38no), Gt & Little Tew 2nd 170 (O Woodward 60no, J Morton 48, B Clark 7-41).

Horley 295-5 (N Tarrant 117, D Taylor 46, C Lynes 35no, J Hart 35no), Minster Lovell 175 (W Spearman 36, N Harris 31, E Graham 30, D Eaton 4-42, J Hart 3-39).

Gt Brickhill 2nd 204 (G MacDonald 80, L Lathwell 52, M Shoaib 41, M Simpson 6-47, I Mohammed 4-32), Banbury 3rd 205-4 (O Morgan 89, I Mohammed 39no).

DIVISION 4

Abingdon Vale 2nd 147 (E Noble 3-10, C Evans 3-39), Tiddington 2nd 149-7 (J Davis 53, M Butcher 4-31).

Bletchley Tn 244-8 (M Shepherd 35, A Mahmood 30, Z Ahmed 39no, J Jeffs 4-52), Thame Tn 2nd 147 (J Ramanadanapulle 3-23).

Brackley 118, Witney Mills 78.

Long Marston 2nd 172 (P Marsh 53, M Wareham 36, P Hemming 4-27, R Panting 3-24, A Prior-Wandesforde 3-36), Shipton-under-Wychwood 2nd 93 (L Beesley 4-14, P Barry 3-15).

Charlbury 158 (B Sinton 33, J Qureshi 3-20, K Ali Shah 3-42), East Oxford 161-6 (R Imran 63, S Shafaat-Ali 40, C Sinton 3-12).

DIVISION 5

Leighton Buzzard Tn 2nd 197-7 (B Barrett 93, R Krynauw 51, L Lewis 3-49), Aston Rowant 3rd 201-7 (P Plumridge 70no, S Lyon 31, J Aldridge 3-53).

Chearsley 233, Dinton 2nd 237-3.

Cropredy 2nd 203 (B Ward 53), Didcot 2nd 183 (M Addison 51, A Ward 44, G Sirimanne 4-42).

Cumnor 2nd 148 (G Setterfiled 54no, J Warner 5-33), Kingston Bagpuize 138 (T Ricks 43, S Herbert 5-33, Davie 5-47).

Horspath 3rd 198-7 (F Abbas 56, N Coltman 55, B Rose 3-34), Kimble 130 (B Rose 42, P Dumbarton 35, A Manger 4-21, J Cardy 3-32).

DIVISION 6

Banbury 4th 191 (A Ahmed 90, R King 4-40, T Prentice 3-38), Eynsham 115 (S Hollingshead 36, A Badger 5-29, L Wetherill 3-15).

Horley 2nd 221-5 (D Wyatt 55no, S Cox 39no, S Higgs 37, R Hart 36, E Dunn 3-63), Minster Lovell 2nd 203 (E Dunn 111, F Wright 35, R Hart 3-46, M Fiaz 3-52).

Twyford 2nd 185 (A Humphries 6-18), Buckingham Tn 3rd 181 (J Bleasedale 4-31, W Shahzad 3-48).

Sandford St Martin 2nd 198 (G Pearson 64, J Cahir 4-39, G Langley 3-30), Oxford 3rd 201-6 (L Mase 52, M Sheehan 50, K Nawaz 32no).

Bledlow Ridge 313-9 (M Dakin 78, M Brightwell 55, G Grose 52, A Dawson 3-87), Challow & Childrey 2nd 130 (A Lynch 38, O Hill 36, M Gillett 7-35).

DIVISION 7

East Oxford 2nd 255-7 (A Mughal 105, A Nawaz 43, G Henley 3-60), Horspath 4th 152 (J Richardson 35, K Hafeez 4-32, T Alam 3-47).

Wolverton Tn 2nd 155-9 (B Boddy 63, B Moore 5-38), Bledlow Village 2nd 140-9 (Z Mahmood 4-30).

Gt & Little Tew 3rd 178-9 (H Simmons 62, A Khan 41, K Dave 3-38), Bicester & North Oxford 2nd 179-3 (H Naeem 84, G James 53).

Westbury 2nd 234-7 (T Boardman 62, A Lees 51, J Boardman 51, J Jose 4-70), Didcot 3rd 110 (K Patel 35, W Woodward 3-16, D White 3-21, Z McComb 3-22).

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 2nd 177 (H Khan 66, T Mirza 37, C Dunbar 3-41), Aston Rowant 4th 152 (R Ahmed 5-22, A Haynes 3-15).

DIVISION 8

Charlbury 2nd 190-7, Oxford Downs 3rd 181.

Challow & Childrey 3rd 323-9 (R Jones-Walters 82, T Hutt 68no), Long Marston 3rd 125 (T Hannaby 5-36, R Jones-Walters 3-11).

Witney Mills 2nd 162 (A Srinivasaraghavan 39, M Pandurangan 32, R Timmis 3-48, D Barnes 3-59), Brackley 2nd 163-7 (D Barnes 63, M Pandurangan 3-24, A Srinivasaraghavan 3-26).

Abingdon Vale 3rd w/o Cublington 2nd.

Shipton-under-Wychwood 3rd 275-7 (J Senior 81no, S Dickens 53, N Carter 37, D Tuttlebee 3-77), Buckingham Tn 4th 125 (S Dickens 5-44, P Doe 3-50).

DIVISION 9

Kimble 2nd 240 (A Ahmed 88, A Whitehead 53, J Ahmed 3-64), Bledlow Ridge 2nd 53 (N Ahmed 6-25, R Shah 3-16).

Kingston Bagpuize 2nd 134-8 (S Edwards 48), Oxford 4th 138-5 (J Oates 43no, G De Silva 36, B Carey 31).

Tiddington 3rd 56 (J Olliver 3-7, L Hayes 3-8), Thame Tn 3rd 59-3.

Cumnor 3rd 129 (I Gray 52, R Peach 44, A Dawson 5-44), Bletchley Tn 2nd 130-5 (Geoghegan 38).

Oxford & Bletchingdon Nondescripts 3rd 157

(R Hutchence 62, M Saleem 37, J Springett 4-48,

R Sameer 3-19, S Leppard 3-34), Stokenchurch 2nd 161-5 (H Ali 49, S Leppard 35, K Abbasi 4-50).

DIVISION 10

Cropredy 3rd w/o Didcot 4th.

Abingdon Vale 4th 129 (T Pollard 49, P Baker 4-50), Dinton 3rd 132-4 (C Claydon 66no).

Shipton-under-Wychwood 4th 141 (G Nelson 48, T Brody 5-19), Westbury 3rd 143-1 (P McComb 68no, J Gurney 53no).

Chearsley 2nd 47 (S Conway 5-7), Bicester & North Oxford 3rd 48-1.

Minster Lovell 3rd w/o Aston Rowant 5th.

Eynsham 2nd 254-3 (G Cook 135no, R Margerison 36), Thame Tn 4th 157 (J Edworthy 34, S Cooper 7-22).

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HCPCL D2: Deal’s five sets up Town victory + table

Reported By Andrew Holland

Jack Deal

Buckingham travelled to bottom of the table Shipton for the first of the reverse fixtures. Shipton won the toss and elected to bat first.

Russell White and George Humphries both struck early to remove the Shipton openers, and when Humphries followed that up with the wicket of Lewis Marstin the score was 22 for 3. Charlie Miller and skipper Anupam Sanklecha began to rebuild the innings, seeing off the opening spells and putting on 41. The introduction of spin brought the breakthrough as Ben Stafford had Sanklecha caught at first slip with his first delivery. Craig Wood came in at number 6 and offered good support to Miller up to the lunch break as Shipton reached 103 for 4 at lunch, Miller having brought up a 65 ball half century.

Jack Deal struck in his first over after lunch as he trapped Wood lbw for 24. Two overs later he took the key wicket of Miller, having him caught on the boundary for 60 followed by a third wicket as Shipton slipped to 117 for 7. Jason Hunt (14) struck three boundaries as he scored some late runs before he was the first of 2 wickets in 3 balls as Deal completed his five wicket haul for just 20 runs. Stafford chipped in with a second wicket as the hosts were bowled out for 140.

Steve Brunning and Leigh Tomlinson started well for Buckingham, putting on 33 for the first wicket. The introduction of Jason Hunt broke the partnership as Tomlinson was adjudged lbw for 20 followed by Ash Pearson being bowled in the next over. Jonny Cater came in at 4 and looked positive against the spinners, putting on 41 with Brunning. Shaun Miller came back into the attack and Cater hit him for six before being stumped for 24 the very next ball. Another wicket apiece for Miller and Hunt saw the Buckingham chase falter as they stopped for tea at 107 for 5.

Steve Brunning

Sanklecha removed Brunning for a well made 48 straight after tea followed by Hunt picking up his fourth wicket to test the Buckingham nerves, but White and Humphries put on 23 for the 8th wicket to see the visitors home to a three wicket victory.

Results elsewhere were again kind to Buckingham as they extended their lead at the top of the table to 31 points ahead of the visit of Burnham to Bourton Road next Saturday.

Shipton Under Wychwood
B. Norgrove b Humphries 2 (18)
I. Lewis lbw b White 2 (6)
C. Miller c Nagla b Deal 60 (80)
L. Marstin c Cater b Humphries 10 (14)
A. Sanklecha* c Large b Stafford 13 (25)
C. Wood lbw b Deal 24 (65)
I. Harris+ c Humphries b Deal 3 (16)
H. Davies c Nagla b Stafford 8 (35)
J. Hunt b Deal 14 (17)
S. Miller c Nagla b Deal 0 (3)
A. Rehman Not Out 0 (7)
Extras (1lb, 3nb) 4
Total 140 all out
47.1 overs

FoW: 4-1 (Lewis, 3.3); 4-2 (Norgrove, 4.3); 22-3 (Marstin, 8.5); 63-4 (Sanklecha, 17.1); 105-5 (Wood, 32.4); 116-6 (C. Miller, 36.2); 117-7 (Harris, 36.6); 137-8 (Hunt, 44.2); 138-9 (S. Miller, 44.4); 140-10 (Davies, 47.1)

G. Humphries 11-4-31-2
R. White 8-2-21-1 (1nb)
G. Nagla 3-0-28-0
B. Stafford 15.1-2-39-2
J. Deal 10-2-20-5 (2nb)

Buckingham
L. Tomlinson lbw b Hunt 20 (33)
S. Brunning b Sanklecha 48 (96)
A. Pearson b Hunt 7 (10)
J. Cater+ st Cater b S. Miller 24 (36)
R. Large b Hunt 3 (11)
J. Parish* b S. Miller 1 (5)
J. Deal b Hunt 14 (39)
R. White Not Out 10 (29)
G. Humphries Not Out 11 (13)
Extras (4b, 2lb) 6
Total 144-7
45.2 overs

FoW: 33-1 (Tomlinson, 9.5); 43-2 (Pearson, 11.6); 84-3 (Cater, 24.4); 99-4 (Large, 27.4); 100-5 (Parish, 28.4); 110-6 (Brunning, 35.1); 121-7 (Deal, 41.4)

A. Sanklecha 13-1-49-1
A. Rehman 4-0-12-0
S. Miller 14-6-35-2
J. Hunt 14.2-2-42-4

Buckingham won by 3 wickets.

Buckingham – 25 points
Shipton – 8 points

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BREAKING – DRAW … Buildbase FA Trophy Extra/Preliminary Round

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BREAKING – DRAW … Emirates FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round (+ Next round draw)

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BREAKING … DRAW – The BUILDBASE FA Vase 1st Round Qualifying (+ Next round draw)

THE BUILDBASE FA VASE
FIRST ROUND QUALIFYING
SATURDAY 1 SEPTEMBER 2018
WINNING CLUB TO RECEIVE £550
LOSING CLUB TO RECEIVE £175

1 Alnwick Town v Charnock Richard
2 Stokesley SC v Guisborough Town
3 Holker Old Boys v Prestwich Heys
4 Goole v Barnoldswick Town
5 Whickham v Jarrow
6 West Allotment Celtic v Yorkshire Amateur
7 Darlington Railway Athletic v Bedlington Terriers
8 Chester-Le-Street Town v Sunderland Ryhope CW
9 Esh Winning v Whitley Bay
10 Bishop Auckland v Newton Aycliffe
11 North Shields v Consett
12` Daisy Hill v Whitehaven
13 Harrogate Railway Athletic v Silsden
14 Thackley v Thornaby
15 Dunston UTS v Heaton Stannington
16 Team Northumbria v Garforth Town
17 Billingham Town v Campion
18 Blyth v Crook Town
19 Billingham Synthonia v Knaresborough Town
20 Durham City v Seaham Red Star
21 Eccleshill United v Hebburn Town
22 Northallerton Town v Willington
23 Lower Breck v West Didsbury & Chorlton
24 Longridge Town v Vauxhall Motors
25 Worksop Town v Grimsby Borough
26 Burscough v Alsager Town
27 Wythenshawe Town v Rylands
28 Winsford United v Liversedge
29 Maltby Main v Ashton Athletic
30 Ashton Town v St Helens Town
31 Barton Town v AFC Liverpool
32 AFC Blackpool v Nostell MW
33 Sandbach United v Athersley Recreation
34 Shelley v Penistone Church
35 AFC Emley v Litherland Remyca
36 Swallownest v Abbey Hey
37 Cammell Laird 1907 v Harworth Colliery
38 Armthorpe Welfare v Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
39 Parkgate v Chadderton
40 Congleton Town v Bootle
41 Selby Town v Stavely MW
42 Kirby Muxloe v Brocton
43 Nuneaton Griff v Coton Green
44 Littleton v Lichfield City
45 Coventry Sphinx v Sporting Khalsa
46 FC Stratford v Bewdley Town
47 Abbey Hulton United v Whitchurch Alport
48 AFC Bridgnorth v Wolverhampton Casuals
49 Ellesmere Rangers v Birstall United Social
50 Rugby Borough v Malvern Town
51 Stafford Town v Wednesfield
52 Droitwich Spa v Coventry United
53 Boldmere St Michaels v GNP Sports
54 Heather St Johns v Rocester
55 Rugby Town v Team Dudley
(walkover for Rugby Town – Team Dudley not accepted into Competition)
56 Racing Club Warwick v Pegasus Juniors
57 Melton Town v Ingles
58 Lutterworth Athletic v Cradley Town
59 Wellington FC v St Martins
60 Dudley Sports v Shawbury United
61 Coventry Copsewood v Eccleshall
62 NKF Burbage v Lutterworth Town
63 Gornal Athletic v Stone Old Alleynians
64 Wellington Amateurs v Ellistown
(walkover for Wellington Amateurs – Ellistown not accepted into Competition)
65 Heath Hayes v Shifnal Town
66 Dudley Town v Bardon Hill
67 Pershore Town v Hanley Town
68 Ashby Ivanhoe v Friar Lane & Epworth
69 Bolehall Swifts v Tipton Town
70 Haughmond v Saffron Dynamo
71 Gedling MW v Ilkeston Town
72 Rainworth MW v Teversal
73 Newark Flowserve v Harrowby United
74 Leicester Road v Bottesford Town
75 Loughborough University v West Bridgford
76 Ollerton Town v New Mills
77 Skegness Town v Clay Cross Town
78 Anstey Nomads v Eastwood Community
79 Borrowash Victoria v Hucknall Town
80 Clifton All Whites v Belper United
81 Blidworth Welfare v Blaby & Whetstone Athletic
82 Clipstone v Aylestone Park
83 South Normanton Athletic v St Andrews
84 Oadby Town v Sherwood Colliery
85 Dunkirk v Stapenhill
86 Quorn v Retford United
87 Holwell Sports v Pinxton
88 Lincoln Moorlands Railway v Kimberley Miners Welfare
89 Radford v Selston
90 Framlingham Town v Wisbech St Mary
91 Deeping Rangers v Blackstones
92 Woodbridge Town v Eynesbury Rovers
93 Gorleston v Boston Town
94 Peterborough Northern Star v Fakenham Town
95 Walsham Le Willows v Diss Town
96 Newmarket Town v Downham Town
97 Bourne Town v March Town United
98 Huntingdon Town v Wroxham
99 Ely City v Norwich United
100 Stotfold v Wadham Lodge
101 St Margaretsbury v Hadleigh United
102 Newbury Forest v Wivenhoe Town
103 Wormley Rovers v Biggleswade United
104 Enfield Borough v Halstead Town
105 Clapton v Woodford Town 2017
106 May & Baker Eastbrook Community v Burnham Ramblers
107 Stanway Rovers v White Ensign
108 Baldock Town v Long Melford
109 Haverhill Rovers v Ilford
110 Holland v Cornard United
111 Walthamstow v Takeley
112 Langford v Tower Hamlets
113 Southend Manor v Ipswich Wanderers
114 Stansted v Brantham Athletic
115 London Colney v Cockfosters
116 Whitton United v Hatfield Town
117 British Airways v Harefield United
118 Rothwell Corinthians v CB Hounslow United
119 Spelthorne Sports v Northampton On Chenecks
120 FC Deportivo Galicia v London Tigers
121 Sandhurst Town v Kensington Borough
122 Wellingborough Whitworth v Bugbrooke St Michaels
123 Hanworth Villa v Bedford
124 Ampthill Town v Edgware Town
125 Broadfields United v Daventry Town
126 AFC Hayes v Wembley
127 Rushden & Higham United v Winslow United
128 Raunds Town v Cranfield United
129 Bicester Town v AFC Spelthorne Sports Club
130 Southall v Reading City
131 Leverstock Green v Unite MK
132 Cricklewood Wanderers v Risborough Rangers
133 Burnham v Hillingdon
(walkover for Burnham – Hillingdon not accepted into Competition)
134 St Panteleimon v Holmer Green
135 Shrivenham v Tytherington Rocks
136 Bashley v AFC Portchester
137 Binfield v Frimley Green
138 Tadley Calleva v Ascot United
139 Milton United v Clanfield 85
140 Chertsey Town v Woodley United
141 Brimscombe & Thrupp v Ash United
142 Wallingford Town v Abingdon United
143 Penn & Tylers Green v AFC Stoneham
144 Lydney Town v Abbey Rangers
145 Cove v Fleet Spurs
146 Royal Wootton Bassett Town v Oxford City Nomads
(walkover for Royal Wootton Bassett Town – Oxford City Nomads withdrawn)
147 Ardley United v Holyport
148 Fairford Town v Baffins Milton Rovers
149 Colliers Wood United v Stansfeld
150 Bagshot v Sidlesham
151 Raynes Park Vale v Sutton Common Rovers
152 Lingfield v Epsom & Ewell
153 Croydon v Little Common
154 Sutton Athletic v Cray Valley (PM)
155 Hassocks v K Sports
156 St Francis Rangers v FC Elmstead
157 Knaphill v AFC Varndeanians
158 Wick v Godalming Town
159 Mile Oak v Selsey
160 Billingshurst v Tunbridge Wells
161 Lordswood v Fire United Christian
162 Sheerwater v Lancing
163 Meridian VP v Southwick
164 Chessington & Hook United v Oakwood
165 Erith Town v Arundel
166 Lewisham Borough (Community) v Broadbridge Heath
167 Kent Football United v Steyning Town Community
168 Sporting Club Thamesmead v Midhurst & Easebourne United
169 Westside v AC London
170 AFC Croydon Athletic v Worthing United
171 AFC Uckfield Town v Hollands & Blair
172 Glebe v Loxwood
173 Seaford Town v Tooting Bec
174 Lydd Town v Punjab United
175 Snodland Town v Newhaven
176 Erith & Belvedere v Rusthall
177 Fisher v Corinthian
178 East Preston v Eastbourne United
179 Bearsted v Bexhill United
180 Sheppey United v Balham
181 Langney Wanderers v Canterbury City
182 Saltdean United v Crawley Down Gatwick
183 Redhill v Holmesdale
184 Guildford City v Rochester United
185 Whitchurch United v Almondsbury
186 Devizes Town v Warminster Town
187 Calne Town v Fawley
188 Christchurch v Folland Sports
189 Cowes Sports v Westbury United
190 Chippenham Park v Bitton
191 Lymington Town v Portland United
192 Oldland Abbotonians v Totton & Eling
193 Hamworthy United v Amesbury Town
194 Romsey Town v Bridport
195 Ringwood Town v Alresford Town
196 Stockbridge v Roman Glass St George
197 Hallen v Fareham Town
198 East Cowes Victoria Athletic v Pewsey Vale
199 Team Solent v Longwell Green Sports
200 Eversley & California v Downton
201 Bournemouth v Bristol Telephones
202 Hythe & Dibden v Bemerton Heath Harlequins
203 Corsham Town v Laverstock & Ford
204 Exmouth Town v Callington Town
205 Plymouth Parkway v Brislington
206 Tavistock v Helston Athletic
207 Keynsham Town v Sidmouth Town
208 Bishops Lydeard v Bishop Sutton
209 Godolphin Atlantic v Portishead Town
210 Hengrove Athletic v Newquay
211 Wellington AFC v Saltash United
212 Liskeard Athletic v Bovey Tracey
213 Crediton United v Clevedon Town
214 AFC St Austell v Ilfracombe Town
215 Wincanton Town v Radstock Town
216 Witheridge v Wells City
217 Odd Down v Shepton Mallet
218 Elburton Villa v Launceston
MATCH DATES
All ties must be played on Saturday 1 September 2018, kick-off 3.00pm with replays on or before Thursday 6
September 2018, kick-off 7.45pm. Clubs may mutually agree to penalties being taken after extra time to
determine the winner of a first match without having a replay and this must be confirmed on the
Match Arrangement Form, in accordance with FA Vase Rule 11(a).

THE BUILDBASE FA VASE
ROUND DATES
SEASON 2018-2019
First Round Qualifying Saturday 1 September 2018
Second Round Qualifying Saturday 15 September 2018
First Round Proper Saturday 13 October 2018
Second Round Proper Saturday 3 November 2018
Third Round Proper Saturday 1 December 2018
Fourth Round Proper Saturday 5 January 2019
Fifth Round Proper Saturday 2 February 2019
Sixth Round Proper Saturday 23 February 2019
Semi Final 1 Saturday 16 March 2019
Semi Final 2 Saturday 23 March 2019
Final Sunday 19 May 2019

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Unicorns Championship: Bucks set for long trip after winning opening game

Bucks make the very long trip to face Northumberland in the Unicorns Championship, Eastern Division at Newcastle Cricket Club in Jesmond for a 3-day game (Sunday 8th-Tuesday 10th July).

Bucks CCC 2018

Bucks: Tom Hampton (High Wycombe CC, (Captain), Masoor Khan (Clevedon CC), Teddy Casterton (High Wycombe CC), Dan Marles (High Wycombe CC), Mike Payne (Tring Park CC), Garry Park (Swarkestone CC), Shelvin Gumbs (Tring Park CC), Robin Pritchard (Chesham CC, wkt), Matt Rance (Chesham CC), Cam Parsons (High Wycombe CC), Uzair Amjaid (Highgate CC), Jon Burden (High Wycombe CC).

Northumberland make five changes from the team that faced Herefordshire.
Northumberland: T.Cant (C) M.Brown (WK) (Tynemouth) M.Brown (Eppleton) T.Hewison E.Hurst O.McGee A.Simpson C.Smith J.Thompson K.Waterson M.Williamson.

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Unicorns Championship: Bucks Skipper buoyant after dramatic curtain-raiser win

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