Saturday`s Buildbase FA Trophy Round-Up….. – Pitchero Non-League – Pitchero Non

There were several former winners and runners-up concerned in a Buildbase FA Trophy First Qualifying Round on Saturday – and with churned fortunes.

Kettering Town have never won a foe and have twice been a bridesmaids, losing during Wembley in 1979 and afterwards in 2000.

And a Poppies, now fourth in a Evo-Stik League South Premier after an indifferent new run, are not going to win it this deteriorate after they were victims of one of a day`s upsets, losing 3-2 during Harrison Park to Evo-Stik League South side Leek Town.

The hosts, a 1990 runners-up to Barrow, took a 29th notation lead by Dan Trickett-Smith and found themselves two-up on 55 mins by Niall Maguire.

Ben Toseland fast reduced a necessity and Aaron O`Connor equalised on 68 minutes, usually for Tim Grice to win it for Leek 3 mins from time.

Stafford Rangers were a group that kick a Poppies in 1979 and they cruised by to a subsequent turn with a 6-0 hammering of Kettering`s struggling joining rivals St Ives Town during Marston Road.

The Evo-Stik Premier outfit had Massiah McDonald on aim twice along with Kieran Morris, Louis Briscoe, Richard Gregory and Dan Westwood.

Evo-Stik League Premier side Altrincham, twice former winners and once a Wembley loser, sailed by 3-0 during Moss Lane opposite Evo-Stik North outfit Clitheroe.

It wasn`t until a 54th notation that Alty pennyless by with a idea from John Johnston, and afterwards a Tom Peers prop in a final 9 mins took a home side through.

Gosport Borough were Wembley runners-up as recently as 2014 when they were beaten by Cambridge United.

Quite a lot has happened during Privett Park given afterwards and they find themselves bottom of a Evo-Stik South Premier though a win in a opening fifteen matches.

But there was a win during final for Mick Catlin`s side and as they requisitioned a place in a subsequent turn after an interesting feat over Evo-Stik South West high-flyers Bristol Manor Farm.

Alfie Lis scored a wilful idea after 35 minutes.

Grays Athletic won a Trophy twice in duration in 2005 and 2006, though now find themselves in a Bostik League North.

They`re still in a competition, though need a replay after holding Bostik South side Cray Wanderers to a 2-2 pull during Hayes Lane.

Grays looked to be sailing by after goals from Kieran Bishop after 17 mins and Jamie Slabber 8 mins into a second half.

But a Wands pulled one behind from a chastisement mark by Michael Power and afterwards warranted a second go when underling Ralique Lawrence popped adult with a blocking time leveller.

Witton Albion were runners-up behind in 1992 and they are out, beaten 4-0 during Borough Park by Evo-Stik Premier rivals Workington AFC, for whom Matt Douglas, Scott Allison and Sam Joel scored within 3 mins of any other mid by a initial half – Allison adding a fourth usually 3 mins into a second period.

Mossley AFC were beaten finalists approach behind in 1980 and they too are out, a Evo-Stik North side losing 1-0 during Seel Park to Evo-Stik Premier Lancaster City, whose Steve Williams scored a usually idea after 20 minutes.

Lancaster`s joining rivals Matlock Town were Wembley winners approach behind in 1975 – a Fenoughty brothers and all that – though they were another of a day`s upsets as Evo-Stik North neighbours Glossop North End kick them by a peculiar idea in 5 during a Arthur Goldthorpe Stadium.

Jude Oyibo`s prop after 23 and 76 mins and a third from Adam Jones 5 mins from time ensured that Shaun Harrad`s double for a Gladiators in a 50th and 59th mins were usually consolations in a end.

Bishop`s Stortford won a Trophy in 1981 opposite Sutton United, and a now Evo-Stik South Premier side went by 4-0 during a ProEdge opposite Evo-Stik South East visitors Hanwell Town, interjection to a Callum Duffy possess goal, Dipo Akinyemi, Ryan Richefond and Jason Williams.

King`s Lynn Town are drifting high in a Evo-Stik South Premier, now sitting in second spot, and they can now combine on perplexing to win graduation after going out to a startle 1-0 better during The Walks in front of 534 fans opposite Bostik North newcomers Mildenhall Town, whose Dan Brown grabbed a all-important idea on a hour-mark.

Like Gosport Borough, Worthing have nonetheless to mangle their steep in a bread and butter competition, though sailed by in a Trophy, violence Bostik Premier rivals Lowestoft Town 3-0 during The Bibby Financial Services Stadium.

A throng of 512 saw Ben Pope bag a prop in a 16th and afterwards late on, with Kieron Pamment adding a blocking time third.

Evo-Stik South West leaders Taunton Town are by to a subsequent turn after violence Evo-Stik South Premier Merthyr Town 2-1 during Wordsworth Drive.

The Peacocks progressed interjection to goals from Matt Wright and Ben Adelsbury.

Evo-Stik South side Stamford AFC suspended Evo-Stik Premier strugglers Sutton Coldfield Town during a Zeeco Stadium.

Boosted by a 2nd notation Bradley Fortnam-Tomlinson opener, a Daniels went on to swell with goals from Pearson Mawnyongo from a mark and afterwards Ben George late on.

Evo-Stik South Premier strugglers Dunstable Town, who have won usually once so distant this season, are also out, beaten 4-1 during Creasey Park by Bostik South leaders Lewes.

Lloyd Cotton and Charlie Coppola scored twice in a notation early on for a Rooks and Coppola`s second done it 3-0 with usually 19 mins left on a clock.

Jamie Brotherton combined a fourth in initial half injury-time, and nonetheless Savi Williams `won` a second half for a Duns, they were victims of a teenager upset.

Cleethorpes Town were during Wembley usually final May in losing a Buildbase FA Vase Final to South Shields.

Having won graduation to a Evo-Stik South, Clee also caused an dissapoint by violence Evo-Stik Premier side Buxton 2-1 during Silverlands with goals from Matt Bloomer and Jonathan Oglesby.

There were few other `upsets` on Saturday, nonetheless both Evo-Stik Premier high-flyers Shaw Lane AFC and Bostik Premier side Tonbridge Angels were hold during home by reduce joining opposition.

Shaw Lane were beholden for a blocking time chastisement equaliser from Spencer Harris opposite Evo-Stik North side Ramsbottom United, who fought behind from a 14th notation Rod Orlando-Young idea down to lead 2-1 by Josh Heaton and Greg Daniels before Harris saved a home faces.

Tonbridge were hold 3-3 during Longmead by Bostik North Emirates FA Cup heroes Heybridge Swifts.

The teams substituted dual goals every in a opening 17 mins and afterwards Xavier Vidal put a home side 3-2 adult after usually 20 minutes.

Luke Callander warranted Swifts a second go with an 81st notation equaliser.

Elsewhere, Evo-Stik South side Corby Town’s winning run underneath caretaker-manager Steve Kinniburgh came to an finish by a 3-2 better during Evo-Stik South Premier St Neots Town.

The Steelmen dumbfounded their hosts by going 2-0 adult with goals from Jordon Crawford and Ben Diamond usually for a Saints to charge behind in a second duration to lead by Dion Sembie-Ferris, Liam McDevitt and Tom Meechan, with Corby’s wretchedness being compounded by a red label for Connor Kennedy late on.

St Neots` joining rivals Biggleswade Town suffered a awful afternoon during a Carlsberg Stadium opposite Bostik Premier visitors Wingate Finchley, who ran out gentle 5-0 winners.

Sean Cronin, Luke Ifil and Rob Laney had Wingate three-up during a break, with Reece Beckles-Richards and afterwards Ahmet Rifat adding to make it a snooze hand.

Wingate`s joining rivals Dorking Wanderers also went snooze during home to Bostik North side Ware.

Former Woking favourite Giuseppe Sole and Gareth Chendlik both bagged braces and Matt Briggs combined a other for a hosts.

Lynton Goss netted a hat-trick to assistance Evo-Stik South East side Thame United kick Evo-Stik South West visitors Wimborne Town 5-0, while Evo-Stik South Premier side Hitchin Town were another to bag 5 during Top Field opposite Bostik North outfit Cheshunt – Dan Webb, Jack Green, Elliot Bailey, Brett Donnelly and Trey Charles were a Canaries on target.

Hereford FC were new Wembley visitors in a Vase final and a Evo-Stik South Premier side sailed by in a Trophy 4-1 opposite joining rivals Weymouth during Edgar Street.

Prolific marksman John Mills netted another hat-trick for a Bulls, with Lance Smith adding a other.

And Matt Lench was another to measure a hat-trick as Hereford`s joining rivals Slough Town also won by a same scoreline during Evo-Stik South West hosts Kidlington.

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