Home advantage for Ridgeons sides
A TOTAL of 128 sides were in the hat for today's FA Vase second round draw with 12 from the Ridgeons League including five from Suffolk. The competition is still localised at this stage and will not go national until the third round.
A TOTAL of 128 sides were in the hat for today's FA Vase second round draw with 12 from the Ridgeons League including five from Suffolk.
The competition is still localised at this stage and will not go national until the third round. Needham Market, who have gone so close in the past two seasons, have home advantage against Bedford.
Kirkley & Pakefield, now at their furthest stage, also have home advantage against Biggleswade United of the Spartan South Midland Premier while Felixstowe & Walton will also be at home against Stansted if they can beat Long Buckby in tomorrow's replay.
Current Ridgeons Premier leaders Leiston travel to Bugbrook St Michaels who have already put out Team Bury and Haverhill Rovers while there is an all-Ridgeons Premier clash at the Unwin Ground where Ely City take on Woodbridge Town.
Elsewhere, Wroxham take on Halstead Town in another all-Ridgeons clash, FC Clacton host St Ives Town, Stanway Rovers welcome Hadley and Tiptree host Cogenhoe United. CRC host Enfield 1893 and Dereham travel to Newport Pagnell Town.
Matches are to be played Saturday, November 14, with �1200 for the winners.
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