FA CUP Second qualifying round draw (SW ties)

The Emirates FA Cup logoBath City’s National League South 3-1 home defeat against Oxford City on Tuesday night came ahead of the sides’ FA Cup meeting back at Twerton Park in less than two weeks.

In another stand-out 2QR tie Steve Claridge’s Salisbury FC will host Tim Harris’ National League North Tigers, Gloucester City AFC on Saturday September 17.

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SWPL pacesetters Saltash United target new goals

South West peninsula League logoSaltash United AFC boss Matt Cusack is hoping his Peninsula Premier pacesetters set a new standard when they host St Blazey AFC at Kimberley today (1500ko).

The Ashes are on the verge of setting a new club record seven-match winning SWPL start but Cusack doesn't want to stop there.

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FA TROPHY Home ties for South West four

FA Trophy Cheltenham Town FC, Torquay United FC, Truro City FC and Weston-super-Mare AFC will start with home advantage in the FA Trophy first round on Saturday December 12.

Forest Green Rovers FC travel to Havant & Waterlooville FC while replays tonight - wetaher-permitting - will decide the fate of Gloucester City FC, Frome Town FC and Merthyr Town FC.

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Cullompton Rangers AFC 1 Saltash United AFC 3

Saltash United striker Sam Hughes image South West Sports NewsSaltash United became the second Cornish side to qualify for the SW Peninsula League Cup quarter finals following a 3-1 win at Premier rivals Cullompton Rangers.

Mark Goldsworthy scored all four Helston goals as they rallied from 3-2 down to win 4-3 at Teignmouth to become the first club into the last eight.

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Plymouth Parkway AFC 4 Ivybridge Town AFC 2

Parkway turned around a 2-1 deficit to beat Ivybridge 4-2 in a sparkling SW Peninsula Premier derby.

Ivybridge's James Rowe set the tone for a frenetic first half, winging in to make it 1-0 to after two minutes.

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FA VASE Claridge's Whites host Lafferty's Lillywhites

fa vase logoSteve Claridge’s Salisbury FC versus 2015 FA Vase semi-finalists AFC St Austell, managed by Phil Lafferty, appears to be the stand-out tie of this season's second round.

Salisbury top the Wessex League, Lafferty’s Lillywhites are defending South West Peninsula League champions.

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