FA Vase 2022/23 Q1 Rd Review

Stat of the Round

Fawley FC 5-5 Wincanton Town is the joint highest score draw in FA Vase history

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First time in Q2 Round ever

FC St Helens (officially 2nd campaign, but first time participating)

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Debut FA Vase match wins

AFC Whyteleafe, Basildon Town, Frickley Athletic, Hartpury University, Horden Community Welfare, Letchworth Garden City Eagles, London Samurai Rovers

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Equalling best run to Q2 Rd

Ingles FC – 5th time in 5th campaign

Little Common – 4th time in 8th campaign

Midhurst and Easebourne – 4th time in 5th campaign

Penn and Tylers Green – 3rd time in 4th campaign

Darlaston Town (1874) – 3rd time in 3rd campaign

Lydd Town – 2nd time in 6th campaign

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First time in Q2 Round in a while

10 years – Dunstable Town (4 campaigns)

6 years – Eastbourne United Association, FC Elmstead

5 years – Calne Town

4 years – Bedlington Terriers (3 campaigns), Broadbridge Heath, Brocton FC, Litherland REMYCA

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Into Q2 Rd and long time since last KO in Q1 Rd (or equivalent)

32 years – Skegness Town (6 campaigns)

21 years – Ashton and Backwell United (16 campaigns)

20 years – Romford FC (7 campaigns)

18 years – Stanway Rovers, West Auckland Town

16 years – Westfields FC

15 years – Barnstaple Town (9 campaigns), Wantage Town (9 campaigns)

13 years – Baldock Town (11 campaigns)

12 years – Horndean FC

11 years – Newport (IOW) (10 campaigns)

9 years – Bournemouth (Amateurs), Quorn AFC

8 years – Badshot Lea, Deal Town

7 years – Ashby Ivanhoe, Bovey Tracey (6 campaigns), Broadfields United, Falmouth Town (5 campaigns), Fareham Town, Kimberley Miners Welfare, Northallerton Town, Pickering Town (3 campaigns)

6 years – Cadbury Heath,, Camelford FC, Deeping Rangers, FC Deportivo Galicia, Lye Town (5 campaigns), Newbury Forest (5 campaigns), Racing Club Warwick, Seaham Red Star, Tadley Calleva, Thackley FC, West Essex

5 years – Bitton FC, Brimscombe and Thrupp, North Greenford United, Redhill FC, St Blazey (4 campaigns), Vauxhall Motors (Ellesmere Port), Wellingborough Town

4 years – Ascot United, Erith and Belvedere, Fisher FC, Lichfield City, Longridge Town, Lutterworth Town, Newton Aycliffe, Northampton ON Chenecks, Norwich United, Penn and Tylers Green (3 campaigns), Risborough Rangers, Shifnal Town, Stansted FC, West Didsbury and Chorlton

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Never KO in Q1 Rd (Min 3 campaigns)

Leighton Town – 30 campaigns

Histon FC – 26 campaigns

Newton Abbot Spurs – 12 campaigns

Sherwood Colliery – 7 campaigns

Ingles FC, Lower Breck, Punjab United (Gravesend) – 5 campaigns

Kennington FC, Welling Town – 4 campaigns

Darlaston Town (1874), Jersey Bulls, Milton Keynes Irish, Phoenix Sports – 3 campaigns

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First time knocked out in Q1 Rd or equivalent ever (Min 3 campaigns)

Runcorn Town – 13th campaign

Wokingham and Emmbrook – 8th campaign

Alton FC – 7th campaign

Holland FC – 6th campaign

Market Drayton Town – 5th campaign

Long Crendon – 4th campaign

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First time Knocked Out in Q1 Rd (or equivalent) for a while

28 years – Wythenshawe Amateurs (6 campaigns)

22 years – Selston FC (5 campaigns), Soham Town Rangers (7 campaigns)

13 years – Lordswood FC

11 years – Cobham FC

10 years – Wadebridge Town (6 campaigns)

9 years – Flackwell Heath

8 years – Barking FC (3 campaigns), Canterbury City

7 years – Christchurch FC, Longlevens FC, Thetford Town

6 years – Debenham Leisure Centre (5 campaigns), Dronfield Town, Harrowby United, Whitton United, Winsford United

5 years – AFC Aldermaston (4 campaigns), Cheddar FC, Haverhill Rovers, Heanor Town, Seaford Town, Sherborne Town

4 years – Esh Winning, Malvern Town, Rothwell Corinthians, Worthing United, Yorkshire Amateur (3 campaigns)

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Consecutive Q1 Rd KOs

7 – Cove FC, Folland Sports

6 – Harwich and Parkeston (over 15 years)

5 – Clipstone FC, Coton Green (over 7 years), Lewisham Borough (Community) (all 5 campaigns), Rushden and Higham United

4 – Ashton Town, Banstead Athletic, Godolphin Atlantic (Newquay), Leverstock Green, Saffron Dynamo, Selsey FC, Stotfold FC, Tow Law Town, Virginia Water, Washington AFC

3 – AFC St Austell, Amersham Town, Baffins Milton Rovers, Barrow Town, Bottesford Town, Brantham Athletic, Clifton All Whites, Coventry Copsewood, Fairford Town, Frenford FC, Haverhill Borough, Hucknall Town, Huntingdon Town, Knaphill FC, London Tigers, Oakwood FC, Radstock Town, Shawbury United, Sporting Club Thamesmead, St Margaretsbury

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Avenged Previous FA Vase Defeat

Bodmin Town 0-1 Odd Down

Wadebridge Town 0-1 Cullompton Rangers

Heanor Town 1-1 Deeping Rangers (3-4 on pens)

Bovey Tracey 5-0 Newquay FC

Cornard United 5-1 Haverhill Rovers (lost 0-11 in previous game)

Pinchbeck United 4-1 Holbeach United (lost 1-5 in previous meeting)

Biggleswade United 3-2 Southend Manor (lost 2 previous meetings including 0-8 last year)

Newton Aycliffe 1-0 Esh Winning (lost previous two meetings)

Radford FC 1-1 Boston Town (3-1 on pens)

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Biggest Wins of the Q1 Rd

Godolphin Atlantic (Newquay) 0-10 Barnstaple Town (Biggest DEFEAT and Biggest WIN)

East Preston 0-9 Erith and Belvedere (Biggest DEFEAT and Biggest WIN)

Eccleshill United 9-1 Willington FC (Equal biggest DEFEAT)

Charnock Richard 8-0 Bottesford Town (Biggest WIN and Equal biggest DEFEAT)

Northampton ON Chenecks 7-0 Buckingham Athletic (Biggest WIN and Equal biggest DEFEAT)

Hythe and Dibden 7-1 Hamble Club (Biggest WIN)

Saltdean United 1-6 Kennington FC

Washington AFC 1-6 Guisborough Town

Yorkshire Amateur 1-6 Longridge Town (Biggest WIN)

Framlingham Town 0-5 Norwich United

Selsey FC 0-5 Eastbourne United Association (Equal biggest WIN)

Swallownest FC 0-5 Vauxhall Motors (Ellesmere Port) (Biggest DEFEAT)

Dobwalls FC 1-5 Elburton Villa (Biggest DEFEAT and Equal biggest WIN)

Long Crendon 1-5 Ascot United (Biggest DEFEAT)

Erith Town 6-0 Loxwood FC (Biggest DEFEAT)

Rossington Main 6-0 Parkgate FC (Equal biggest WIN)

Leighton Town 6-1 London Tigers (Biggest DEFEAT)

Bovey Tracey 5-0 Newquay FC (Biggest WIN)

Fareham Town 5-0 Romsey Town

Silsden FC 5-0 Garstang FC (Biggest DEFEAT)

Woodford Town 5-0 Haverhill Borough (Biggest WIN)

Jarrow FC 0-4 Whickham FC (Biggest DEFEAT and Equal biggest WIN)

Histon FC 6-2 Debenham Leisure Centre (Biggest DEFEAT)

Aylesbury Vale Dynamos 5-1 Rushden and Higham United (Biggest WIN)

Cornard United 5-1 Haverhill Rovers

Sherwood Colliery 5-1 Barrow Town

Brimscombe and Thrupp 4-0 AFC Aldermaston (Equal biggest WIN)

Hilltop FC 4-0 Amersham Town (Biggest WIN)

Lichfield City 4-0 Bewdley Town (Equal biggest WIN)

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Cupsets

Ashington FC (5) 4-6 Billingham Town (6)

Burnham FC (5) 4-6 London Samurai Rovers (6)

Penrith (5) 1-3 Horden Community Welfare (6)

Selston FC (5) 1-3 Blidworth Welfare (6)

Northwich Victoria (5) 3-4 Cheadle Town (6)

Lingfield FC (5) 2-3 Shoreham FC (6)

Soham Town Rangers (5) 2-3 Downham Town (6)

Cobham FC (5) 1-2 Lydd Town (6)

Tow Law Town (5) 0-1 Bedlington Terriers (6)

Burscough FC (5) 3-3 Bacup Borough (6) (1-3 on pens)

Sherborne Town (5) 2-2 Andover New Street (6) (2-3 on pens)

Whitton United (5) 1-1 Newbury Forest (6) (4-5 on pens)

Cornard United (6) 5-1 Haverhill Rovers (5)

Camelford FC (6) 3-2 Ilfracombe Town (5)

Ashby Ivanhoe (6) 1-0 Malvern Town (5)

FC Elmstead 2-2 Barking FC (3-0 on pens)

FC St Helens (6) 1-1 North Ferriby (5) (7-6 on pens)

Haughmond FC (6) 1-1 Winsford United (5) (4-3 on pens)

May and Bakers Eastbrook Community (6) 2-2 Stotfold FC (5) (4-2 on pens)

Portishead Town (6) 0-0 Shrivenham FC (5) (4-3 on pens)

Radford FC (6) 0-0 Boston Town (5) (3-1 on pens)

Westside FC (6) 1-1 Whitstable Town (5) (4-3 on pens)

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Hat-tricks and more

4 – Adam Baskerville (Rossington Main)

4 – Craig Feeney (Hythe and Dibden)

3 – Bobbie McDonnell (Vauxhall Motors (Ellesmere Port))

3 – Callum Laird (Barnstaple Town)

3 – Devonte Newman-Morton (Eccleshill United)

3 – Janneh Lamin (Silsden FC)

3 – Leon Lobjoit (Leighton Town)

3 – Luis Rose (Sherwood Colliery)

3 – Malachi Hudson (Erith and Belvedere)

3 – Morrison Hashii (London Samurai Rovers)

3 – Rhys Thorpe (Histon FC)

3 – Scott Sloots (Cornard United)

3 – Takuo Jitsukawa (Eccleshill United)

3 – Toluwani Osiyemi (Newcastle University)

3 – Tunde Ade (Erith and Belvedere)

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Miscellaneous

Seaham Red Star scored the first goal in this season’s FA Vase against Redcar Athletic. Earlier in the month Seaham Red Star also scored the first goal in this season’s FA Cup, also against Redcar Athletic.

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