Saturday 25th September 2021
BUILDBASE F.A VASE-2Q
ARDLEY UNITED 5-0 ROTHWELL CORINTHIANS
Veteran striker Anaclet Odhiambo gave the hosts the lead (he also hit the bar from close range with a header later on) before Liam Talboys slotted home from the edge of the 6-yard box for number two. Elliott Osbourne-Ricketts added a third from close range before substitutes Jacob Blackstock and Leam Howard took the tally to five.
BRITISH AIRWAYS 3-1 DESBOROUGH TOWN
There was a surprise result in Bedfont as Step Six British Airways came from behind to beat Desborough. Jake Bettles fourth goal in two games had given Desborough the half-time lead, but the home side, whose midweek game had been postponed due to covid cases in their squad, showed no ill effects to come back and win 3-1.
EASINGTON SPORTS 0-2 LONDON COLNEY
Two first half goals were enough to see the SSML team through at Addison Road as the UCL club couldn’t build on their superb win in midweek.
EGHAM TOWN 3-2 O.N CHENECKS
A 15th minute penalty from Danny Campion gave the home side the half-time lead at the Runnymede Stadium and then second half goals from a Reece Yorke header on 73 and a fine free-kick from Ryan Phillips ten minutes later looked to have sealed this one for the Combined Counties league side. However Egham, who had been reduced to ten men, were starting to tire and Chenecks pulled two goals back in stoppage time with goals after 90+3 and 90+5, but it was too late for the UCL boys to get anything out of this game.
G.N.G OADBY TOWN 2-3 LOUGHBOROUGH STUDENTS
The Students took the lead on 13 minutes when Cameron Moore slotted home form a good Oliver Parsons pass but this was cancelled out in first half stoppage time by Ben Sault. Andre Williams put GNG in front from a quick break after 63 minutes but they were then pegged back when Dylan Edwards tapped in from a good cross by Finlay Brennan. The game looked to be heading for penalties, but it only needed a single one as Matt Bowman was brought down in the box a minute into stoppage time and he got to convert the penalty himself.
HARBOROUGH TOWN 2-0 SHERWOOD COLLIERY
Two headers from Paul Malone on 27 and 47 minutes were enough to put Harborough into the hat for the next round draw. The home side finished with ten men though following two late yellow cards to Sam Preston, the second giving Colliery a penalty, but Elliott Taylor saved the spot kick.
HILLINGDON BOROUGH 1-1 BUGBROOKE ST MICHAELS (5-3 on pens)
The Badgers went out on penalties after the home side drew level three minutes into stoppage time at the end of the game. A Calvin Green free-kick had given the UCL the half-time lead, but there was late heartbreak as the Combined Counties team fought back.
HINCKLEY LR 1-0 HINCKLEY AFC
This was the battle of the two phoenix clubs that rose from the ashes of Hinckley United and it was the Premier Division South club who edged home against UCL Division One. Danny Jenno’s 9th minute free-kick was all that divided the two teams in a scrappy affair at Leicester Road, with the home side ending with ten men following the late red card to Nathan Astill.
LUTTERWORTH TOWN 5-1 SKEGNESS TOWN
The Swifts swept aside UCL-PDN side Skegness in a resounding 5-1 victory at Dunley Way. Cenk Acar gave the Lillywhites a 3rd minute lead from the penalty spot, but goals from Tendai Daire (20 & 90), Marshal Keenan (23), Louis Samuels (34) and Joel Carta (77) hailed a victory for the south. Skegness also had sub Gary King red carded just before the hour mark.
NEWPORT PAGNELL TOWN 1-0 HARPENDEN TOWN
Jim Burnside’s early goal was enough to put Newport through to the next round in this tie.
POTTON UNITED 1-1 BALDOCK TOWN (2-3 on pens)
Josh Furness scored from close range to give the visitors the lead on 13 minutes, but the UCL side were level on 24 when James Eames followed up after a Sam Dowridge effort had been blocked. Baldock saw a first half penalty saved, but they did better in the shoot-out to go through.
RUGBY TOWN 1-0 AFC WULFRUNIANS
Edwin Ahenkorah’s penalty after he had himself been fouled proved enough to give Rugby a win over their Midland League visitors.
SWAFFHAM TOWN 0-3 EYNESBURY ROVERS
First half goals from Leon Lobjoit and Charlie Bowen put the UCL side on charge and Sam Olawale made absolutely certain with a third after the break.
WROXHAM 4-0 GODMANCHESTER ROVERS
It was plain sailing for the Yachtsmen as they brushed aside the challenge of Godmanchester. Two goals in each half did the damage with Ryan Curtis, Joe Taylor, Bradley Spooner and George Couzens from the penalty spot the men on target.
UHLSPORT UNITED COUNTIES LEAGUE-PREMIER DIVISION SOUTH
COGENHOE UNITED 4-1 BIGGLESWADE UNITED
Biggleswade United put up a brave fight at Cogenhoe, but still ended up losing their tenth straight league match from the start of the season. Two goals in a minute from Rico Alexander (13) and Tom Wakley (14) gave the home side the advantage and Wakley grabbed his second shortly before the break. Arun Khan saved a penalty right at the end of the first half, but his side trailed 3-0 at half-time. The visitors had a lot of attacking play after the break, but it was in-form Cogenhoe striker who scored the next goal after robbing his man and going around the keeper on 72, but sub Lawrence Ajong pulled on back four minutes from the end.
LONG BUCKBY 3-2 PETERBOROUGH NORTHERN STAR
Goals after 4 and 24 minutes gave PNS a great start in this game, but it was 2-2 by the break as The Bucks hit back through Ryan Ansell on 36 and Bryan Badu five minutes later. Ansell completed the turnaround with his second of the game after 64 minutes with this one proving to be the winner.