FA Vase Quarter-Finals Review: Hereford & Salisbury go through, while Bowers & Pitsea & Kidlington play out six-goal thriller

Hereford 3 Camberley Town 2 (AET)


John Mills struck with a minute remaining of extra-time to put Hereford FC into the semi-finals of the FA Vase at the expense of a spirited Camberley Town, eventually winning 3-2. The visitors were unlucky in defeat and led at half-time courtesy of a header from Adam Bunyan. Mustapha Bundu levelled proceedings from the penalty spot, before Bunyan again poked home. Hereford however continued to probe and were rewarded when Mike Symons diverted the ball into the back of the net to force extra time. Both sides had chances to win it before Mills fired in from close-range to send the Meadow End into raptures. Continue reading…

Bowers & Pitsea 3 Kidlington 3 (AET)


Bowers came back from a disastrous start to lead 3-2 in this enthralling cup tie only for Kidlington to draw level and force a replay back in Oxford next Saturday.

Kidlington, of the Hellenic Premier Division, had a dream start when after just three minutes, Anaclet Odhiambo was played through and though his shot was well saved by Martyn Guest Kristan Thomas was on hand to slide the loose ball home at the near post. Continue reading…

Salisbury 3 Ashford United 0


The Salisbury view:

A bumper crowd of nearly 1800 people turned out to see Salisbury progress to the semi-finals of the FA Vase.

It also means the Whites have now won 15 games in all competitions.

The Whites could have been 1-0 up after just three minutes had Kane O’Keefe gone down following contact with the defender, many said he was ‘too honest’, pending which side of the diving debate you fall on! Continue reading…



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