FA Vase 2021/22 Q1 Rd Review

Stat of the Round

Hinckley AFC recorded the biggest victory in FA Vase history with an 18-0 win at St Martins (Shropshire)

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First time in Q2 Round ever

British Airways (4th campaign)

Greenways FC (3rd campaign)

Bury AFC, Golcar United (2nd campaign)

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Debut clubs in Q2 Round

Berks County, Buckhurst Hill, Hilltop FC, Redcar Town, Staplehurst Monarchs United

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Equalling best run to Q2 Rd

Andover New Street (8th time in 15th campaign)

Albion Sports (6th time in 10th campaign)

Ingles FC (4th time in 4th campaign)

Forest Hill Park (3rd time in 5th campaign)

Bishop’s Lydeard (2nd time in 5th campaign)

Benfleet FC (2nd time in 3rd campaign)

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First time in Q2 Round in a while

8 years – Eccleshill United

5 years – Ardley United, Chester-le-Street Town

4 years – Bishop Sutton, Stafford Town, Wallingford Town, Willington FC

3 years – Andover New Street, Barkingside FC, Bishop’s Lydeard, Burnham FC, Burscough FC, Carlisle City, Cheltenham Saracens, Erith Town, Eversley & California, Forest Hill Park, Sawbridgeworth Town, Shaftesbury, Southend Manor, Tuffley Rovers

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Into Q2 Rd and long time since last KO before Q2 Rd

30 years – Bishop’s Cleeve (8 campaigns ago)

25 years – Newcastle Benfield (23 campaigns ago)

21 years – Selston FC (4 campaigns ago)

20 years – Ashton and Backwell United (16 campaigns ago)

18 years – Boldmere St Michaels

13 years – Billingham Synthonia, Moneyfields FC (10 campaigns ago)

11 years – Horndean FC, Lordswood FC

9 years – Great Yarmouth Town, Leicester Nirvana, Royal Wootton Bassett Town, Tring Athletic, Wadebridge Town (6 campaigns ago)

8 years – Bournemouth FC, London Colney, Quorn FC

7 years – Badshot Lea, Canterbury City

6 years – Ashby Ivanhoe, Atherstone Town Community, Bovey Tracey, Broadfields United, Cribbs FC, Hillingdon Borough, Horley Town, Irlam FC, Longlevens FC

5 years – Debenham Leisure Centre, Deeping Rangers, Dronfield Town, Dudley Town, Farnham Town, FC Deportivo Galicia, Garforth Town, Newbury Forest, Studley FC, Whitton United

4 years – Birstall United, Colliers Wood United, Glebe FC, Heanor Town, Maine Road, Redhill FC, Seaford Town, Sherborne Town, Torpoint Athletic, Winterton Rangers

3 years – Abbey Hey, AFC Portchester, Ascot United, Crawley Down Gatwick, Erith and Belvedere, Eynesbury Rovers, Fisher FC, Frimley Green, Gedling Miners Welfare, Hinckley LR FC, Newton Aycliffe, Raynes Park Vale, Risborough Rangers, Rothwell Corinthians, Selby Town, Shepton Mallet, Shifnal Town, St Andrews, Thornaby FC, West Didsbury and Chorlton, White Ensign, Wythenshawe Town

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Never KO before Q2 Rd (Min 3 campaigns)

17 campaigns – Walsham-le-Willows

13 campaigns – Bradford Town

12 campaigns – Runcorn Town

9 campaigns – Bashley FC

7 campaigns – Abbey Rangers, Sheppey United, Uttoxeter Town, Wokingham and Emmbrook

6 campaigns – Alton FC, Gresley Rovers, Sherwood Colliery

4 campaigns – Ingles FC

3 campaigns – Long Crendon, Welling Town

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First time knocked out as early as Q1 Rd ever (Min 3 campaigns)

Oxhey Jets – 19th campaign

Rugby Town – 16th campaign

Exmouth Town – 9th campaign

AFC Mansfield – 8th campaign

Charnock Richard – 6th campaign

Enfield Borough, Hamble FC, K Sports – 5th campaign

Coggeshall United – 4th campaign

New Salamis, Thornbury Town – 3 campaigns

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First time Knocked Out before Q2 Rd for a while

36 years – Barnton FC (6 campaigns ago)

26 years – Eastbourne Town (20 campaigns ago)

19 years – Edgware Town (11 campaigns ago), Woodbridge Town

11 years – Petersfield Town, Sunderland Ryhope Community Association

9 years – Clanfield ’85 (6 campaigns ago), Hemsworth Miners Welfare

8 years – Crawley Green, Horsham YMCA, Molesey (5 campaigns ago),

7 years – Newhaven FC

6 years – AFC Uckfield Town, Glasshoughton Welfare, Paget Rangers, Roman Glass St George, Westbury United

5 years – Cogenhoe United, Khalsa Football Federation, Malmesbury Victoria, Shrivenham FC, Warminster Town

4 years – Cheadle Town, Crook Town, FC Clacton, Guisborough Town, Long Buckby, Northwich Victoria, Padiham, Peacehaven and Telscombe, Tividale FC, Verwood Town

3 years – Ashton Athletic, Billingshurst FC, Bourne Town, Cowes Sports, Jarrow FC, Kirby Muxloe, Nostell Miners Welfare, Rainworth Miners Welfare, Reading City, Rocester FC, Romsey Town, Walthamstow FC

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Consecutive Q1 Rd KOs

6 – Athersley Recreation, Cove FC, Folland Sports, St Helens Town

5 – Eastbourne United Association, FC Elmstead, Harwich and Parkeston, St Martins (Shropshire)

4 – Amesbury Town, Armthorpe Welfare, Callington Town, Calne Town, Clipstone FC, Holwell Sports, Lewisham Borough (Community), Rushden and Higham United

3 – Almondsbury FC, Ashton Town, Banstead Athletic, Brimsdown FC, Broadbridge Heath, Brocton FC, Chalvey Sports, Cradley Town, Dunstable Town, Godolphin Atlantic (Newquay), Irchester United, Leverstock Green, Litherland REMYCA, Penistone Church, Retford FC, Saffron Dynamo, Selsey FC, Stotfold FC, Teversal FC, Tow Law Town, Virginia Water, Washington FC, Whitley Bay, Wisbech St Mary, Worsbrough Bridge Athletic

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Avenged Previous FA Vase Defeat

Horndean FC 9-0 Hamble Club

East Preston 0-5 Redhill FC

Athersley Recreation 1-5 Chadderton FC

Hoddesdon Town 5-2 FC Clacton

Walsham-le-Willows 5-2 March Town United

Whitley Bay 3-4 Billingham Synthonia (2 previous defeat)

Silsden FC 1-2 Albion Sports

Risborough Rangers 3-2 Edgware Town

Burscough FC 2-1 Hallam FC (met just last year)

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Biggest Wins of the Q1 Rd

St Martins (Shropshire) 0-18 Hinckley AFC (Biggest ever FA Vase WIN in history)

Devizes Town 0-10 Badshot Lea (Club’s biggest ever Vase DEFEAT and biggest ever Vase WIN)

Horndean FC 9-0 Hamble Club (Club’s biggest ever Vase WIN and biggest ever Vase DEFEAT)

Biggleswade United 0-8 Southend Manor (Club’s biggest ever Vase DEFEAT and biggest ever Vase WIN)

Skelmersdale United 9-1 Retford FC (Club’s biggest ever Vase WIN and biggest ever Vase DEFEAT)

Gresley Rovers 7-0 Dudley Sports (Club’s biggest ever Vase WIN)

Litherland REMYCA 0-6 Wythenshawe Town (Club’s biggest ever Vase DEFEAT and biggest ever Vase WIN)

Coventry Copsewood 2-8 Rugby Town (Joint biggest Vase margin of DEFEAT)

Wisbech St Mary 0-6 Great Yarmouth Town (Club’s biggest ever Vase DEFEAT and clubs’ joint biggest Vase WIN)

East Preston 0-5 Redhill FC (Cub’s joint biggest margin of VICTORY in Vase)

K Sports 0-5 Beckenham Town (Club’s biggest Vase DEFEAT)

Washington FC 0-5 Thornaby FC (Club’s Biggest ever Vase Win)

Burnham FC 6-1 Bedford FC (Club’s Biggest ever Vase WIN)

Godmanchester Rovers 6-1 FC Parson Drove (Debut Vase game for losing club)

Ardley United 5-0 Burton Park Wanderers (Club’s biggest ever Vase WIN)

Canterbury City 5-0 FC Elmstead

Athersley Recreation 1-5 Chadderton FC (Club’s Joint biggest WIN)

Brocton FC 1-5 Boldmere St Michaels (Club’s joint biggest margin of DEFEAT)

Irchester United 1-5 Hillingdon Borough (Club’s joint biggest margin of DEFEAT)

Stotfold FC 1-5 White Ensign (Club’s Biggest ever Vase WIN)

Elburton Villa 0-4 Welton Rovers

Padiham 0-4 North Shields (Club’s joint biggest Vase margin of DEFEAT and club’s biggest Vase WIN)

Shawbury United 0-4 Romulus (Club’s joint biggest Vase DEFEAT)

St Helens Town 0-4 Cheadle Heath Nomads (Club’s joint biggest Vase margin of DEFEAT and club’s biggest Vase WIN)

Shifnal Town 5-1 Khalsa Football Federation (Club’s joint biggest Vase WIN and joint biggest Vase DEFEAT)

Wembley FC 5-1 Oxhey Jets

Abbey Rangers 4-0 Horsham YMCA

AFC Portchester 4-0 Romsey Town (Club’s joint biggest Vase WIN – both against same club)

AFC Stoneham 4-0 Portland United (Club’s biggest ever Vase WIN)

Brislington FC 4-0 Fleet Town

Farnham Town 4-0 Warminster Town

Lordswood FC 4-0 Storrington Community

Moneyfields FC 4-0 Totton and Eling

Wokingham and Emmbrook 4-0 Moreton Rangers (Loser’s first Vase game)

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FA Vase Upsets

Athersley Recreation (5) 1-5 Chadderton FC (6)

Amesbury Town (5) 1-4 Andover New Street (6)

Calne Town (5) 1-4 Whitchurch United (6)

Eastbourne United Association (5) 0-3 Bridon Ropes (6)

Baffins Milton Rovers (5) 1-3 Andover Town (6)

Ilfracombe Town (5) 0-2 Bishop Sutton (6)

Molesey FC (5) 0-2 Shoreham FC (6)

St Margaretsbury (5) 0-2 Benfleet FC (6)

Whitley Bay (5) 3-4 Billingham Synthonia (6)

Haughmond FC (5) 2-3 Ashby Ivanhoe (6)

Brantham Athletic (5) 1-2 Holland FC (6)

Handsworth FC (5) 1-2 Golcar United (6)

Northwich Victoria (5) 1-2 Bury AFC (6)

Sunderland Ryhope Community Association (5) 1-2 Redcar Town (6)

Arlesey Town (5) 4-4 FC Deportivo Galicia (6) (2-4 on pens)

Broadbridge Heath (5) 3-3 Croydon FC (6) (5-6 on pens)

Camberley Town (5) 1-1 Long Crendon (6) (4-5 on pens)

Walthamstow FC (5) 0-0 Hadleigh United (6) (3-4 on pens)

Selby Town (6) 5-2 Hemsworth Miners Welfare

Buckhurst Hill (6) 3-0 Enfield FC (5)

Dunkirk FC (6) 3-0 AFC Mansfield (5)

Eversley & California (6) 3-0 Virginia Water (5)

Swallownest FC (6) 3-1 Bottesford Town (5)

Ash United (6) 2-0 Hythe and Dibden (5)

Ringwood Town (6) 2-0 Bridport FC (5)

Rochester United (6) 3-2 Hollands and Blair (5)

Staplehurst Monarchs United (6) 3-2 Sporting Bengal United (5)

Sutton Athletic (6) 3-2 Newhaven FC (5)

London Lions (6) 2-1 St Panteleimon (5)

Abbey Hey (6) 1-0 Ashton Athletic (5)

Bacup Borough (6) 1-0 Penistone Church

Carlisle City (6) 1-0 Guisborough Town (5)

British Airways (6) 2-2 Dunstable Town (5) (5-3 on pens)

Debenham Leisure Centre (6) 1-1 Peterborough Northern Star (4) (4-2 on pens)

Seaford Town (6) 1-1 Peacehaven and Telscombe (5) (4-2 on pens)

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Hat-tricks and more

4 – Joel Heely (Hinckley AFC)

4 – Kai Gibbs (Hinckley AFC)

4 – Matty Bryan (Wythenshawe Town)

3 – Caine Elliott (Rugby Town)

3 – Charlie Evans (Hinckley AFC)

3 – Connor Cobb (Southend Manor)

3 – Daniel Wilson (North Shields)

3 – Daryl Cooper-Smith (Abbey Rangers)

3 – David Kolodynski (Rugby Town)

3 – Dean Rule (Badshot Lea)

3 – Declan McAvoy (Great Yarmouth Town)

3 – Eddie Lee (Leicester Nirvana)

3 – Elliott Morris (Skelmersdale United)

3 – Harry Jackson (Horndean FC)

3 – Harry Limb (Boston Town)

3 – Henry Lawrence Napier (Sherborne Town)

3 – Jamie Smith (Walsham-le-Willows)

3 – Kieran Roberts (AFC Portchester)

3 – Les Sackey (Berks County)

3 – Lloyd Thompson (Andover New Street)

3 – Matt Allan (Godmanchester Rovers)

3 – Mikey Howard (Skelmersdale United)

3 – Samuel Adetiba (Wembley FC)

3 – William Bird (Deeping Rangers)

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Miscellaneous

Reece Bucket of Eversley & California scored the first goal in this season’s FA Vase.

Bishop Auckland beat Ryton and Crawcrook Albion 15-14 on penalties after the sides had played out a 2-2 draw.

Both Andover New Street and Andover Town produced away from home Cupset victories.

Epsom and Ewell were 2-0 down entering the last minute of the 90, and still won 3-2 at Larkfield and New Hythe Wanderers.

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