Double cup action in the FA Vase and FA Cup for Ascot First Teams

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Fans celebrate against Wycombe Wanderers in the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup Photo: Shooting Stars

Our Men’s and Women’s teams are in the FA cup competitions as they jump on their respective coach journeys plying for a place in the next round. Here’s the upcoming details, the journey so far and how to book your place ahead of the weekend.

FA Vase

Keaton August, Kai Walters and Jordan 'AJ' Ajanlekoko celebrate a goal in the FA Vase game against AEK Boco Photo: Shooting Stars
Keaton August, Kai Walters and Jordan ‘AJ’ Ajanlekoko celebrate a goal in the FA Vase game against AEK Boco Photo: Shooting Stars

Ascot United Men take a short trip South to Broadbridge Heath in the Second Round Proper of the FA Vase. A new challenge for the Yellas as neither side have met before.

Broadbridge Heath currently sit top of the Premier Division of the Southern Combination Football League having played fifteen games with twelve wins, two draws and a loss. The Sussex side have failed to drop points since losing to Eastbourne back in August whilst Ascot’s only league defeat of the season came against Flackwell Heath at the beginning of October.

The Ascot journey so far

First Round Qualifying Long Crendon 1-5 Ascot United
Second Round Qualifying 
Ascot United 10-1 AEK Boco
First Round Proper 
Newport IoW 0-1 Ascot United

The Broadbridge Heath journey so far

First Round Qualifying Lewisham Borough 1-3 Broadbridge Heath
Second Round Qualifying 
Broadbridge Heath 3-1 Erith Belvedere
First Round Proper 
Whitchurch United 0-5 Broadbridge Heath

Fixture details

Broadbridge Heath
Horsham RH12 3YS
Saturday 12th November
3pm KO

There are still eight spots left on the coach for Saturday’s trip to Horsham, please get in contact with Emma if you’d like to book your free spot.

FA Cup

Amelia Kimble in action in the FA Cup against AFC Acorns Photo: David Bell
Amelia Kimble in action in the FA Cup against AFC Acorns Photo: David Bell

Ascot United Women will travel to Dartford on Sunday in the First Round Proper of the FA Cup. A new side for the Yellawomen also, Dartford play in the same division as AFC Acorns. Acorns were Ascot’s Third Round Qualifying opponents with the Yellas seeing out a convincing 5-0 victory.

Dartford sit fifth in the London & South East Regional Women’s League, the Premier Division side have so far played eight games, registering four wins, one draw and three losses. They’ve taken all six points on offer against AFC Acorns this season with the home advantage over them in their most recent game and a 2-0 victory but they’re yet to face all of the sides above them in the league.

The Ascot journey so far

First Round Qualifying – BYE
Second Round Qualifying – Milton United 1-3 Ascot United
Third Round Qualifying – Ascot United 5-0 AFC Acorns

The Dartford journey so far

First Round Qualifying – BYE
Second Round Qualifying – Islington Borough 0-4 Dartford
Third Round Qualifying – Woking 0-5 Dartford

Fixture details

Dartford
Princes Park, Grassbanks, Dartford, Kent. DA1 1RT
Sunday 13th November
1pm KO

There are still eight spots left on the coach for Saturday’s trip to Horsham, please get in contact with Abi if you’d like to book your free spot.

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