FA VASE: WILLAND AND BITTON DRAWN AT HOME

Toolstation Western League leaders Willand Rovers have been drawn at home to Staveley Miners Welfare in the FA Vase fourth round on January 21.

Derbyshire side Staveley MW play in the Northern Counties East Premier.

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FA TROPHY LATEST: DRAW & REPLAYS

Mangotsfield United host Chippenham Town tonight in an eagerly anticipated FA Trophy replay at Cossham Street (1945) following Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Hardenhuish Park.

The winners will be rewarded with a home third qualifying round tie against Eastleigh on Saturday November 26.

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FA CUP FIRST ROUND - SWSN UPDATE

Exeter City have been drawn at home to League One rivals Walsall in the FA Cup first round.

 

Paul Tisdale’s Grecians won 2-1 at Walsall in the league last Tuesday before Saturday’s epic 4-4 draw at Sheffield United.

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DEVON SIDES TOP WESTERN LEAGUE DIVISIONS

Eagled-eyed south west non-league football fans will have noticed that Chris Vinnicombe's Tiverton-based Elmore have made a winning start to the new Western League season.

The Eagles flying start continued last night as Elmore beat Wellington 4-1 in their derby meeting at Horsdon Park.

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SOUTH WEST FOOTBALL LEAGUE ACTION

argyle's on loan hull city winger will atkinson, courtesy and copyright dave rowntree/pafcPlenty of south-west football to go out and watch tonight topped by League One action at Exeter City and Yeovil Town.

Terry Skiverton’s Yeovil host Milton Keynes Dons (Huish Park) seeking to build on Saturday’s Gavin Williams-inspired 3-1 home win over Oldham Athletic.

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NON-LEAGUE DERBY DAY IN SOUTH WEST

There are some cracking non-League football fixtures across the region today, notably in the national Conference at the New Lawn in Nailsworth, where Forest Green Rovers host Bath City (1500).

In the Conference South, Truro City host Dorchester Town with both sides bidding to get back on track after defeats (Treyew Road, 1500) while Weston-super-Mare visit Eastleigh.

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BRISTOL ACADEMY'S FIRST EUROPEAN TEST

bristol academy womens football club crestChampions League football comes to the south west for the first time when Bristol Academy Womens Football Club kick off their European campaign against Russia's top women's side FC Energiya Voronezh (1930).

Thursday night's tie at Ashton Gate is another incredible chapter in the BAWFC success story.

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