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Bulls Out of the FA Cup - Beaten by Lambs
Bulls Out of the FA Cup - Beaten by Lambs
Tuesday`s replays in the Emirates FA Cup Third Qualifying Round saw one upset.
Wednesday 09 October 19 I 09:16:57 I Photo by

Vanarama National League North club Hereford FC were beaten at Edgar Street by BetVictor Southern League Premier Division Central side Tamworth on penalties.

 

Even playing 120 minutes the teams couldn`t be separated.

 

However, in the resulting shoot-out, the Lambs converted three and the Bulls just one so Tamworth go through to host another National League North outfit, Darlington.

 

It also took spot-kicks to separate Isthmian League Premier Division hosts Bowers & Pitsea and Isthmian North side Canvey Island after a 1-1 draw in 120 minutes.

 

Tobi Joseph gave the Gulls a 16th minute lead.

 

Brad Warner equalised for the hosts in the 67th minute.

 

No further goals came in the remaining time, including extra-time, so the match went to penalties and the hosts ran out 5-3 winners in the shoot-out and play at home to Isthmian South East newcomers Chichester City in the Fourth Qualifying Round.

 

Bowers` league rivals Kingstonian also progressed after their trip to North Somerset to take on Southern League Premier Division South side Weston-super-Mare at the Optima Stadium.

 

Fabio Saraiva put the K`s in front after 16 minutes only for the home side to equalise just 3 minutes later through George Dowling.

 

Jerry Puemo restored the visitors` advantage on 24 minutes and Reece Hall and Louie Theophanous added second half goals to make it an emphatic win for K`s and a trip to managerless National League South outfit Dartford in the next round.

 

Goals from Jacob Mendy, Billy Clifford, Michee Efete and Dennon Lewis sealed a comfortable passage for National League South side Wealdstone at Grosvenor Vale against Southern Division One South visitors Bristol Manor Farm.

 

The Stones travel to National Leaguers Maidenhead United in the next round.

 

And the all-National League South replay at Arbour Park between Slough Town and Chippenham Town went the way of the visitors by the odd goal in five.

 

The Bluebirds led at the break with a 42nd minute Nat Jarvis effort.

 

The home side levelled within 5 minutes of the second half getting underway when a Max Worsfold corner hit a Chippenham player and the ball ended up in the back of the net.

 

But 4 minutes later, the visitors were back in front with a terrific strike from Luke Haines which gave Slough `keeper Jack Turner no chance.

 

The Rebels were level once more on 74 minutes when Matt Lench`s corner evaded everyone, including Chippenham `keeper Will Puddy.

 

But 10 minutes later, the visitors grabbed what proved to be the winner when Karnell Chambers volleyed home to make it 3-2 and a trip to Isthmian South East side Whyteleafe in the Fourth Qualifying Round.


(Photo: Dave Brown)

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Bulls Out of the FA Cup - Beaten by Lambs
Bulls Out of the FA Cup - Beaten by Lambs
Wednesday 09 October 19 I 09:16:57
Photo by

Vanarama National League North club Hereford FC were beaten at Edgar Street by BetVictor Southern League Premier Division Central side Tamworth on penalties.

 

Even playing 120 minutes the teams couldn`t be separated.

 

However, in the resulting shoot-out, the Lambs converted three and the Bulls just one so Tamworth go through to host another National League North outfit, Darlington.

 

It also took spot-kicks to separate Isthmian League Premier Division hosts Bowers & Pitsea and Isthmian North side Canvey Island after a 1-1 draw in 120 minutes.

 

Tobi Joseph gave the Gulls a 16th minute lead.

 

Brad Warner equalised for the hosts in the 67th minute.

 

No further goals came in the remaining time, including extra-time, so the match went to penalties and the hosts ran out 5-3 winners in the shoot-out and play at home to Isthmian South East newcomers Chichester City in the Fourth Qualifying Round.

 

Bowers` league rivals Kingstonian also progressed after their trip to North Somerset to take on Southern League Premier Division South side Weston-super-Mare at the Optima Stadium.

 

Fabio Saraiva put the K`s in front after 16 minutes only for the home side to equalise just 3 minutes later through George Dowling.

 

Jerry Puemo restored the visitors` advantage on 24 minutes and Reece Hall and Louie Theophanous added second half goals to make it an emphatic win for K`s and a trip to managerless National League South outfit Dartford in the next round.

 

Goals from Jacob Mendy, Billy Clifford, Michee Efete and Dennon Lewis sealed a comfortable passage for National League South side Wealdstone at Grosvenor Vale against Southern Division One South visitors Bristol Manor Farm.

 

The Stones travel to National Leaguers Maidenhead United in the next round.

 

And the all-National League South replay at Arbour Park between Slough Town and Chippenham Town went the way of the visitors by the odd goal in five.

 

The Bluebirds led at the break with a 42nd minute Nat Jarvis effort.

 

The home side levelled within 5 minutes of the second half getting underway when a Max Worsfold corner hit a Chippenham player and the ball ended up in the back of the net.

 

But 4 minutes later, the visitors were back in front with a terrific strike from Luke Haines which gave Slough `keeper Jack Turner no chance.

 

The Rebels were level once more on 74 minutes when Matt Lench`s corner evaded everyone, including Chippenham `keeper Will Puddy.

 

But 10 minutes later, the visitors grabbed what proved to be the winner when Karnell Chambers volleyed home to make it 3-2 and a trip to Isthmian South East side Whyteleafe in the Fourth Qualifying Round.


(Photo: Dave Brown)

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