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REPORT: Blyth Spartans 3-0 Darlington (Mark Carruthers)

After a stalemate on Sunday at Heritage Park it was back to Croft Park for Blyth Spartans and Darlington. For forty five minutes it was a carbon copy of the first game between the two clubs, until the hosts stepped it up and booked themselves a place in the FA Cup Second Qualifying Round… 859 more words

Blyth Spartans

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FA Cup

East Thurrock United 2-2 AFC Hornchurch AET (4-3 Pens)

Date: Tuesday 16th September

Venue: Rookery Hill, Corringham

Competition: FA Cup (1st Qualifying Round Replay)

Arse.

I didn’t manage to go so will include links to match reports but I am a bit gutted especially following the penalty shoot-out on Twitter. 142 more words

The Matches

Midweek Round-Up & Results - 15-16 September 2014

Wantage Town were cruely knocked out of the FA Cup on Tuesday night, as Flackwell Heath scored in the last minute of extra time after a 1-1 drawn in 90 minutes, Jimmy Deabill levelling after the visitors had taken a second half lead.  183 more words

Hellenic League

FA Cup First Qualifying Round: Salford City FC vs Nantwich Town

Salford City FC vs Nantwich Town

FA Cup First Qualifying Round

Saturday 13th September 2014

Moor Lane, Salford

And so it begins. Sort of. In truth, some teams are here having already gone through a Preliminary Round, and even an Extra Preliminary Round. 2,296 more words

FA Cup

FA CUP HIGHLIGHTS: Darlington 0-0 Blyth Spartans

Four times the woodwork was struck and numerous chances were missed.  When you throw in a missed penalty it’s hard to see why the deadlock remained unbroken as Darlington and Blyth Spartans played out a thrilling FA Cup tie.  15 more words

Blyth Spartans

FA CUP HIGHLIGHTS: Bishop Auckland 2-3 Spennymoor Town

There was FA Cup action for Spennymoor Town as they took a well earned break from their promising start to the Evo-Stik League season.  They were on familiar ground as they took a trip to former Northern League rivals Bishop Auckland and the two sides played out a thrilling tie that saw Jason Ainsley’s side progress to the Second Qualifying Round

Spennymoor Town