Phil Annets reviews the FA Cup Preliminary Round action … Ducks & Moles
The nervous tension of running a football club on FA Cup match day. Phil Asough talks to Bridlington Town’s Pete Smurthwaite.
Chris Walker on the Preliminary Round meeting of two Miners Welfares. Rainworth 0-3 Staveley.
A goal for every 10 supporters as Paul Barnett sees Waltham Abbey ease into the next round of the Cup at the expense of Cockfosters.
FA Cup double-header preview from Phil Ascough. Bridlington Town v Northallerton and Scarborough Athletic v North Shields
Phil Annets does the ‘i’ dotting and ‘t’ crossing on the Extra Preliminaries. Just two ties left …
Handsworth Parramore 5-1 Oadby Town. A very personal trip to Handsworth for one Sheffield United fan. By Ian Rands.
Cray Valley (PM) 1-3 Raynes Park Vale. Cracking game of football at the Badgers Sports Ground.
Waltham Forest 1-2 Hoddesdon Town. Beer. Rattle. Frankie Howerd. Sausages. A pleasant return to Walthamstow.
Jarrow Roofing 4-1 Eccleshill United. Michael Hudson on the man of the moment, Richie McLoughlin, and his Jarrow troops.
Staines Lammas 3-2 Bedfont Sports, by Graham Yapp. Includes wrong ground, Reggie Perrin, parakeets, Shergar, minor upset and thin layer chromatography.
Staveley MW 2-0 Worksop Town. Errant ball-boys, non league dogs, [not] Nazi propaganda, Pele, value ale and a bumper crowd. By Chris Walker.
Bridlington Town v Whitley Bay. Our first preview of the 2014/15 FA Cup tournament is brought to you by one of our regulars, Phil Ascough.
The Real FA Cup’s occasionally annual awards, the teams who did stuff during the 2013/14 FA Cup.
Almost every January the tabloids tell us the FA Cup is becoming insignificant and attendances are dropping. We prove that’s bollocks and the FA Cup is better supported than the leagues.
Who were the big winners in the qualifying rounds? Who are on course to be our cherished annual BEST TEAM?!
Glen Wilson, part of the largest crowd of the round on FA Cup derby day in the garden shed of England.
The Villagers of North Ferriby put up a valiant fight against Skrill Premier Alfreton, says Phil Ascough.
Glory days returning for Heybridge Swifts? Glen Wilson at Hayes Lane for a rare cupset!
Colwyn Bay 2-1 Ossett Town: FA Cup winner keeps himself on the bench as Bay ease through.