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Leverstock Green desperately unlucky this evening:

FA Youth Cup Second Qualifying Round 

Leverstock Green 2 Wealdstone 2 (after 90 mins, Wealdstone win 8-7 on pens)

http://levgreenfc.co.uk/event/201008y/

AFC Dunstable P Newport Pagnell Town 

Winslow United A Rothwell Corinthians (abandoned after 65 mins, player injury)

Edited by Rhodes

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Winslow leading 6-1 when an opponent player had a seizure, hoping that he is well and makes a full and speedy recovery. Awful. 

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On 09/10/2020 at 01:10, Rhodes said:

Leverstock Green desperately unlucky this evening:

FA Youth Cup Second Qualifying Round 

Leverstock Green 2 Wealdstone 2 (after 90 mins, Wealdstone win 8-7 on pens)

http://levgreenfc.co.uk/event/201008y/

Just some mention on Wealdstone's Forum of the tie but no match report, you can sense their huge relief to get through:

http://www.wealdstonefc.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=18290&sid=95d42bd9df5b0064a7b2db9100b41405

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On 25/09/2020 at 02:52, Rhodes said:

This evening's two FA Youth Cup First Qualifying Round results and Second Qualifying Round draw involving the remaining four SSML Club's:

Newport Pagnell Town 5 Hitchin Town 2

Second Qualifying Round draw (ties w/c Mon 5 Oct)

AFC Dunstable v Newport Pagnell Town

Newport Pagnell Town have been expelled from the competition and Hitchin Town re-instated due to player irregularities, that must have been why the AFC Dunstable tie was postponed last week pending investigation. It just leaves Winslow United representing the SSML who, coincidentally, will host the winners of the AFC Dunstable v Hitchin Town tie in the Third Qualifying Round if they are awarded the Rothwell Corinthians tie where they were leading 6-1 with half an hour left to play.

FA YOUTH CUP
We have been reinstated in the FA Youth Cup after Newport Pagnell were thrown out because they played a player against us who was suspended. We will now travel to AFC Dunstable on Thursday 15 October.

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Yes Rothwell have forfeited the tie, if it had been a close game I’m sure they would’ve wanted to replay it but they didn’t want to come over again and that’s fair enough. 

Edited by Winslow Boy

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Winslow Boy - Thanks, you are spot on, the AFC Dunstable v Hitchin Town tie is on Thursday at Creasey Park and Winslow United host the winners on Thursday 22 October. Do you think they can do what Buckingham Athletic did in reaching the First Round against Northampton Town in 2017/18 or possibly even Broxbourne Borough getting to the Fifth Round the season before and finally losing at Villa Park, I still don't know how they managed to achieve that under Manager Roy Bleau:

https://www.sportsshots.org.uk/2020/10/13/fa-youth-cup-3rq-winslow-united-young-guns-fire-into-round-3-a-home-tie/

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Winslow United entertain Hitchin Town in the FA Youth Cup Third Qualifying Round next week who beat AFC Dunstable 2-0 last night, they will have to watch their near post if Hitchin get a free kick in a similar position just outside the box:

 

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A match report on Hitchin Town's 2-0 win at AFC Dunstable last week, should Winslow United be successful on Thursday evening at Elmfields Gate in the Third Qualifying Round tie, and there's no reason why they shouldn't be, they will host Charlton Athletic in the First Round proper:

https://hitchintownfc.club/weekly-bulletin-17th-oct/

FA YOUTH CUP DRAW
Hitchin will be away to Winslow in the third qualifying round which will take place next Thursday. There is a big incentive for our youngsters because if they win they will be at home to Charlton Athletic in the first round proper.

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It won't be easy this evening for Winslow United against Hitchin Town's 'Prodirect Academy' side however you have to ask how they were beaten 5-2 by Newport Pagnell Town at Willen Road in a First Qualifying Round tie although, as we know, the result was later overturned and Hitchin Town re-instated in the competition. Admitedly Hitchin Town had a player sent off just before the interval when only 2-1 down and were still in the game at 3-2 before Newport Pagnell Town netted on 77 and 83 minutes however they haven't exactly been pulling up trees in the Southern Counties Floodlit Youth League Nemean Division this season, and have yet to win, whereas Hitchin Town players regularly rub shoulders with the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham, Stevenage and Milton Keynes Dons:

https://www.prodirectacademy.com/academies/united-kingdom/south/hitchin-academy

https://hitchintownfc.club/academy-trials-on-friday/

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6 hours ago, Rhodes said:

It won't be easy this evening for Winslow United against Hitchin Town's 'Prodirect Academy' side however you have to ask how they were beaten 5-2 by Newport Pagnell Town at Willen Road in a First Qualifying Round tie although, as we know, the result was later overturned and Hitchin Town re-instated in the competition. Admitedly Hitchin Town had a player sent off just before the interval when only 2-1 down and were still in the game at 3-2 before Newport Pagnell Town netted on 77 and 83 minutes however they haven't exactly been pulling up trees in the Southern Counties Floodlit Youth League Nemean Division this season, and have yet to win, whereas Hitchin Town players regularly rub shoulders with the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham, Stevenage and Milton Keynes Dons:

https://www.prodirectacademy.com/academies/united-kingdom/south/hitchin-academy

https://hitchintownfc.club/academy-trials-on-friday/

Charlton at home the prize for the victors. 

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It's unfortunately 2-1 to Hitchin Town after half an hour, Winslow United took the lead on 15 minutes however Hitchin Town equalised pretty much straight away and have now taken the lead, it's possible to follow the tie here:

https://twitter.com/pda_hitchin

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It's all happening at Elmfields Gate, Winslow United equalised just before the break and have now gone in front on 53 minutes, lets hope they can keep their noses in front until the end and the tie won't go to a dreaded penalty shoot out. 

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10 minutes ago, Rhodes said:

It's all happening at Elmfields Gate, Winslow United equalised just before the break and have now gone in front on 53 minutes, lets hope they can keep their noses in front until the end and the tie won't go to a dreaded penalty shoot out. 

4-2 in 72 mins. 

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An amazing performance from Winslow United this evening to beat Hitchin Town's high profile 'Prodirect Academy' side 4-3 with goals from Tom Lawer, Curtis Brown and a brace from, who else, Abuzar Khan. Congratulations to them and bring on Charlton Athletic:

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A Sports Shots report on the tie this evening and video clip of the final whistle, Hitchin Town look totally dejected:

https://www.sportsshots.org.uk/2020/10/22/fa-youth-cup-winslow-united-win-to-set-up-1st-round-tie-with-charlton-athletic/

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This is all that Hitchin Town have to say on their website and Twitter page today regarding their defeat last night however it says it all, you can tell that they are, to coin a football phrase, 'as sick as parrot's' and were already getting ready to welcome a young star-studded Charlton Athletic team to Top Field the week after next:

Our FA Youth Cup road comes to and end. It finishes here at Winslow, Winslow 4-3 Hitchin, Unlucky lads. Best of luck to in the next round. A fantastic tie for you at home to @CAFCofficial

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6 hours ago, Rhodes said:

This is all that Hitchin Town have to say on their website and Twitter page today regarding their defeat last night however it says it all, you can tell that they are, to coin a football phrase, 'as sick as parrot's' and were already getting ready to welcome a young star-studded Charlton Athletic team to Top Field the week after next:

Our FA Youth Cup road comes to and end. It finishes here at Winslow, Winslow 4-3 Hitchin, Unlucky lads. Best of luck to in the next round. A fantastic tie for you at home to @CAFCofficial

The Winslow lads were quietly confident going in to the game, I think they felt if they performed as they can and have done they would win the game, great test for them against Charlton and potentially a shop window for some of the lads. 

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Some clarification that the FA Youth Cup Qualifying competition this season was deemed to be 'non elite' however I am not sure whether that also applies for the competition proper so will Winslow United be able to open the gates when they host Charlton Athletic: 

https://www.nonleaguematters.co.uk/forums/index.php?threads/can-we-attend-youth-cup-matches.2909/

https://www.cafc.co.uk/news/view/5f92e58f48751/fa-youth-cup-addicks-head-to-winslow-united-in-round-one

Charlton's U18s will take on Winslow United in the first round of the FA Youth Cup

The young Addicks discovered their opponents following the first-round draw this week and will head to Buckinghamshire for the tie which is must take place before November 7th.

Winslow have come through four qualifying matches to reach the first round, beating Crawley Green, Baldock Town, Rothwell Corinthians and Hitchin Town for their right to face the Addicks in round one.

A date for the tie will be announced once confirmed.

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The full First Round proper draw (ties to be played by Saturday 7 November): 

01 Morecambe v AFC. Fylde
02 Blackpool v Bradford City
03 Eccleshill United v Altrincham
04 Bolton Wanderers v Guiseley
05 Wigan Athletic v Harrogate Town
06 Tranmere Rovers v Hyde United
07 Salford City v Rochdale
08 Oldham Athletic v FC United of Manchester
09 Ossett United v Sunderland
10 Carlisle United v Chester
11 Fleetwood Town v Accrington Stanley
12 Coventry Sphinx v Doncaster Rovers
13 Solihull Moors v Lincoln City
14 Bugbrooke St Michaels v Mansfield Town
15 Irlam v Notts County
16 Grimsby Town v Scunthorpe United
17 Port Vale v Basford United
18 Burton Albion v Worcester City
19 Crewe Alexandra v Hull City
20 Shrewsbury Town v Walsall
21 Milton Keynes Dons v Hertford Town
22 King’s Lynn Town or Bury Town v AFC Sudbury
23 Newmarket Town v Peterborough United
24 Chelmsford City v St Albans City
25 Ipswich Town v Southend United
26 Stevenage v Colchester United
27 Northampton Town v Cambridge United
28 Dartford v Metropolitan Police
29 Oxford United v AFC Wimbledon
30 Wealdstone or Bromley v Bedfont Sports
31 Crawley Town v Sutton United
32 Leyton Orient v Woking or Sutton Common Rovers
33 Winslow United v Charlton Athletic
34 Dorking Wanderers v Dover Athletic
35 Gillingham v Leatherhead
36 Eastbourne Borough v K Sports
37 Plymouth Argyle v Exeter City
38 Wimborne Town v Newport County
39 Swindon Town v Forest Green Rovers
40 Brockenhurst v Truro City
41 Cheltenham Town v Tuffley Rovers
42 Eastleigh v Chippenham Town or Reading City
43 Bristol Rovers v Camberley Town
44 Portsmouth v Didcot Town

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Daily Dose - You're right, it's going to be a great occasion, the tie is all ticket and I see there will be extra time if it's level at ninety minutes which has to be better than going straight to penalties:

https://www.tickettailor.com/events/winslowunitedfootballclub/445000

Billede

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I wonder whether Winslow United can emulate FC Broxbourne Borough from the 2016/17 campaign:

Preliminary Round - Bye
Thu 22 Sept 16 - 1st Qualifying Round - F.C. Broxbourne Borough 2 Ilford 1 (att 15)
Wed 5 Oct 16 - 2nd Qualifying Round - FC Broxbourne Borough 3 Concord Rangers 2 (aet) (att 68)
Wed 19 Oct 16 - 3rd Qualifying Round - Aveley FC 0 FC Broxboune Borough 3
1st Round Proper - Bye

Wednesday 16 November 16
2nd Round
Boreham Wood 1 (Frank Chandler own goal 46), F.C. Broxbourne Borough 2 (Ali Bangura (2) 20 & 64)
Attendance 157
F.C. Broxbourne Borough - Brandon Walsh, Christian Anuyagu, James Kelley(c), Lewis Dickenson (Jack Price 85), Issa Farouk, Frank Chandler (Jay Batchelor 65), Ali Bangura, George Quarrington-Carter, Garvey Tulloch-Jordan, Richard Oluwatoyin (Yacine Reynolds 75), Joe Patrick, Unused - Hardeep Singh (GK), Roy Stevens

Wednesday 7 December 16
3rd Round
F.C. Broxbourne Borough 1 (Jack Hockney 118), Chester 0 (aet)
Attendance 454
F.C. Broxbourne Borough - Brandon Walsh, James Kelley(c), Christian Anuyagu, Issa Farouk (Yacine Reynolds 75), Joe Patrick, Lewis Dickenson, Frank Chandler (Jay Batchelor 65), George Quarrington-Carter, Garvey Tulloch-Jordan, Richard Oluwatoyin (Jack Hockney 80), Ali Bangura, Unused - Hardeep Singh (GK), Jack Price

Wednesday 11 January 17
4th Round
F.C. Broxbourne Borough 1 (Ali Bangura 3), Yeovil Town 0
Attendance 789
F.C. Broxbourne Borough - Brandon Walsh, James Kelley(c), Christian Anuyagu (Richard Olwatoyin 85), Issa Farouk, Joe Patrick,
Lewis Dickenson (Jay Batchelor 65), George Quarrington-Carter, Garvey Tulloch-Jordan (Jack Hockney 85), Ali Bangura, Nick Moir, Yacine Reynolds. Unused (no sub GK) - Dylan Bolister, Jack Price

Saturday 4 February 17
5th Round
Aston Villa 7 (Knibbs (4) 33, 42, 61 & 64, Doyle-Hayes pen 44, Mooney 49, Clark 90+1), F.C. Broxbourne Borough 0
Attendance 901
F.C. Broxbourne Borough - Brandon Walsh, James Kelley(c), Christian Anuyagu, Issa Farouk (Jack Hockney 46), Joe Patrick, Richard Olwayotin, George Quarrington-Carter (Jack Price 80), Garvey Tulloch-Jordan (Dylan Bolister 70), Lewis Dickenson, Ali Bangura, Nick Moir. Unused (no sub GK) - Jay Batchelor, Yacine Albi-Reynolds

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Watched Broxboyrne Villa game on tele, they did really well. 
 

I think anything 6 and under and Winslow will have done well against Charlton, it’s beyond a different league. Been a lot of scouts about at last two games and a chance for two or three to put themselves in the shop window. 

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What an incentive for Winslow United on Thursday evening and a winnable trip to either Gillingham or Leatherhead in the Second Round, I assume Thursday's tie is still going ahead:

Billede

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