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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.
FA Cup: Hemel Hempstead Town 3-1 Dulwich Hamlet. Beaten. Rabble. Defiant. Tuscany. Gavin Rose. Scaffold TV Gantry.
Unknown Navvy, Chalfont St Peters, Lewes, Phil Collins. Not much else, let’s be frank.
Being unable to figure out how to crowbar an Itsy Bitsy pun into our headline, here’s Andy Lloyd Williams from Oxford instead!
Watch Out, There’s An(other) Upset About. Met Police get a kick in the Chalfonts, by A. E. Greb, otherwise known as putajumperon!
” … anything with “Rage” in the title, perhaps picture Paul Rutherford shouting “Rage Hard” through raised leather-clad wrists …”.
A linesman (sorry, assistant referee) with glasses? And why do Ashford Town (Middx) still need the ‘Middx’? MATT ALLARD’S BACK!
Regular visitor, Stuart Fuller from The Ball is Round does … Scottish Play, Tiffany Mitchell, Paul Alcock and a peeking-through-fingers bum-squeaker of a cup win.
… this is PLANET EARTH! Top Field still has wooden terracing and we’ve now been there FA Cup-ing.
Tabloid newspaper sub-editors would have a field day with this one…
Barry’s Meat Market. Old Spotted Dog. Forward Rolls. Boombox. Edwardian Throne. Socialist. Beard. Saga Coach Tour. Glen Wilson goes to Clapton.
“As I trudged away, not knowing what I’d done wrong, it suddenly dawned on me what a fool I’d been” – Andy Lloyd Williams, Binfield 3-2 Flackwell Heath
Unicorn. Wasps. GOALS! Beer. Mo Farah. Taps. Stansted 0-0 Brantham Athletic.
The 0-0 theme of the weekend continues. Warren Carter at Flackwell Heath’s wonky Wilks Park.
Phil Ascough on under 19 attendances, Pete Mitchell, mugs behind the goal and, ultimately, Barton Town Old Boys’ cup win.
Brace yourselves: The FA Cup kicks off tonight. Old misery guts [his words!] Andy Lloyd-Williams tells us why he’d rather not be at Dean Court this weekend.