FA Vase 2020/21 1st Round – Stat-packed Review

Stat packed review of the FA Vase 2020/21 1st Round.

Stats of the Round

Burton Park Wanderers reach the 2nd Round for only the second time. The first time was in the competition’s debut season 46 years ago.

Harry Heath of Steyning Town Community scored an eight minute hat-trick.

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First time in Round 2 ever

Dudley Sports – 13th campaign

Aylestone Park – 9th campaign

Penistone Church – 8th campaign

Risborough Rangers, Stone Old Alleynians – 7th campaign

Helston Athletic – 5th campaign

Abbey Hulton United, Jarrow, Mulbarton Wanderers – 3rd campaign

Hashtag United – 2nd campaign

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Debut clubs into Round 2

Milton Keynes Irish, North Ferriby

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Equalling best run to Round 2

Sunderland Ryhope Colliery Welfare – 5th time in 11 campaigns

Royal Wootton Bassett Town – 3rd time in 20campaigns

Petersfield Town – 3rd time in 19 campaigns

Ilford, Walsham-le-Willows – 3rd time in 16 campaigns

Bewdley Town – 3rd time in 14 campaigns

Loughborough University – 3rd time in 13 campaigns

Hadley – 3rd time in 12 campaigns

United Services Portsmouth – 2nd time in 30 campaigns

Radford, Raynes Park Vale – 2nd time in 24 campaigns

Burton Park Wanderers – 2nd time in 14 campaigns

Wells City – 2nd time in 13 campaigns

North Greenford United – 2nd time in 12 campaigns

Newton Abbot Spurs – 2nd time in 10 campaigns

AFC Bridgnorth – 2nd time in 7 campaigns

Longlevens – 2nd time in 6 campaigns

May and Baker Eastbrook Community, Warrington Rylands – 2nd time in 3 campaigns

Kennington – 2nd time in 2 campaigns

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First time in Round 2 in a while

46 years – Burton Park Wanderers (13 campaigns)

31 years – Bashley (5 campaigns)

24 years – Holker Old Boys

20 years – Saltdean United (19 campaigns)

15 years – Bishop’s Cleeve (3 campaigns), Newton Abbot Spurs (6 campaigns)

14 years – Liversedge

13 years – Cobham

11 years – Bewdley Town, North Greenford United (5 campaigns), Rainworth Miners Welfare (6 campaigns), Wells City

10 years – New Mills (5 campaigns)

9 years – Guildford City (7 campaigns)

8 years – New Milton Town (7 campaigns)

7 years – Hadley

6 years – Ampthill Town, Fakenham Town, Littlehampton Town, United Services Portsmouth

5 years – Coventry Sphinx, Edgware Town, Flackwell Heath, Maltby Main, Seaham Red Star

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Into Round 2 and long time since last KO as early as Rd 1

5 years –Shepshed Dynamo, Shildon, Southall, Westfields

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Never KO as early as Rd 1 (Min 3 campaigns)

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First time knocked out as early as Rd 1 ever (Min 3 campaigns)

AFC Mansfield – 7th campaign

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Exited in Rd 1 but set best FA Vase run

Holmesdale – 13th campaign

Melton Town, Sutton Athletic, Tooting Bec – 4th campaign

Redcar Athletic – 3rd campaign

Newcastle University – 2nd campaign

Jersey Bulls, Whittlesey Athletic – 1st campaign

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Exited in Rd 1 but equalled best FA Vase run

Harrowby United – 5th time in 11 campaigns

Reading City – 5th time in 9 campaigns

Whitchurch United – 3rd time in 20 campaigns

Belper United, Camelford – 3rd time in 8 campaigns

Ringwood Town – 2nd time in 17 campaigns

CB Hounslow United – 2nd time in 7 campaigns

Newbury Forest – 2nd time in 5 campaigns

Sheerwater – 2nd time in 3 campaigns

New Salamis – 2nd time in 2 campaigns

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First time Knocked Out as early as Rd 1 for a while

6 years – Eastbourne Town, Quorn

5 years – Newcastle Benfield, Newport Pagnell Town

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Consecutive Rd 1 Exits

3 – Crawley Green, Westbury United

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Avenged Previous FA Vase Defeat

Hamworthy United 4-0 Ilfracombe Town

Liversedge 5-2 Newcastle Benfield

Cockfosters 1-3 Cogenhoe United

Cheadle Town 0-2 New Mills

United Services Portsmouth 3-1 Bournemouth

Guisborough Town 2-0 Runcorn Town

Bridlington Town 2-2 North Shields (4-5 on pens) – last time 8-0

Saltdean United 3-1 Epsom and Ewell

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Biggest Wins of Rd 1 (Vase records)

Steyning Town Community 9-1 Seaford Town (Record Win and Record Defeat)

Whittlesey Athletic 0-6 Mildenhall Town (Record Defeat)

Welling Town 1-6 Hanworth Villa (Equal Record Win and Record Defeat)

Coventry Sphinx 6-1 Heanor Town (Record Win and Record Defeat)

Bridgwater Town 5-0 Welton Rovers

Congleton Town 5-0 Gresley Rovers (Equal Record Win and Record Defeat)

Sandhurst Town 2-6 North Greenford United

CB Hounslow United 1-5 Horley Town (Record Defeat)

Keynsham town 0-4 Bashley

Paget Rangers 0-4 Radford (Record Win and Equal Record Defeat)

Newbury Forest 0-4 May and Baker Eastbrook Community (Record Win)

Mulbarton Wanderers 4-0Newport Pagnell Town

Walsham-le-Willows 5-1 Hoddesdon Town

Hamworthy United 4-0 Ilfracombe Town

Loughborough University 4-0 Cadbury Athletic

Royal Wootton Bassett Town 4-0 Camelford (Equal Record Defeat)

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FA Vase Upsets

Mulbarton Wanderers (6) 4-0 Newport Pagnell Town (5)

Walton and Hersham (6) 3-0 Peacehaven and Telscombe (5)

Fleet Town (5) 0-2 Littlehampton Town (6)

Malvern Town (6) 3-1 Rothwell Corinthians (5)

United Services Portsmouth (6) 3-1 Bournemouth (5)

Milton Keynes Irish (6) 2-0 Stansted (5)

Lower Breck (6) 3-2 Newton Aycliffe (5)

Stone Old Alleynians (6) 3-2 AFC Mansfield (5)

Dudley Sports (6) 2-1 Rugby Town (5)

Fakenham Town (6) 2-1 Crawley Green (5)

Clapton (5) 1-1 Petersfield Town (6) (0-3 on pens)

Ampthill Town (6) 1-1 Walthamstow (4-2)

Aylestone Park (6) 3-3 Lye Town (5) (4-3 on pens)

Jarrow (6) 0-0 Yorkshire Amateur (5) (3-0 on pens)

Kennington (6) 1-1 Fisher (5) (5-4 on pens)

Wells City (6) 2-2 Westbury United (5) (4-3 on pens)

Risborough Rangers (6) 0-0 Erith and Belvedere (5) (4-2 on pens)

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Hat-tricks and more

3 – Jamal Adams (Coventry Sphinx)

3 – Harry Heath (Steyning Town Community)

3 – Jack Taylor (Bridgwater Town)

3 – Ollie Pitt (Brimscombe and Thrupp)

3 – Carl Patten (May and Baker Eastbrook Community)

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