FA Cup 2022-23 Q2 Rd Review

Stat of the Round

Kettering Town regain their title of top goal-scoring team in FA Cup history, now with 908 goals.

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First time in Q3 Round ever

Three Bridges – 46th campaign

Beckenham Town – 28th campaign

Sevenoaks Town – 18th campaign

Binfield FC – 14th campaign

Berkhamsted FC – 12th campaign

Plymouth Parkway – 11th campaign

Anstey Nomads – 8th campaign

Helston Athletic – 3rd campaign

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Debut FA Cup clubs in Q3 Rd

Bury AFC, Shefford Town and Campton

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Equalling best run to Q3 Rd

Basford United – 3rd time in 47th campaign

Hanwell Town – 3rd time in 35th campaign

Merthyr Town – 3rd time in 13th campaign

St Ives Town – 2nd time in 20th campaign

Brightlingsea Regent – 2nd time in 10th campaign

Hanley Town – 2nd time in 8th campaign

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First time in Q3 Round in a while

23 years – Romford FC

19 years – Congleton Town

15 years – Clitheroe FC

13 years – Walton and Hersham

12 years – Farnborough FC

11 years – Ashington FC, Stocksbridge Park Steels

9 years – Worksop Town

8 years – Biggleswade Town

7 years – Bamber Bridge, Chasetown FC

6 years – Merthyr Town

5 years – Hendon FC, Herne Bay, Hyde United, Paulton Rovers, Scarborough Athletic, Swindon Supermarine

4 years – Brightlingsea Regent, Coalville Town, Gainsborough Trinity, Hanwell Town, Worthing FC

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Into Q3 Rd and long time since last KO before it

16 years – Bath City, Eastbourne Borough

9 years – Havant and Waterlooville

7 years – Ebbsfleet United, Hampton and Richmond Borough

5 years – Blyth Spartans, Chippenham Town, King’s Lynn Town, Peterborough Sports, Weston-super-Mare

4 years – Boston United, Weymouth FC

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Never KO as early as Q2 Rd (Min 3 campaigns)

7 campaigns – Hereford FC

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First time knocked out as early as Q2 Rd for a while

15 years – Dover Athletic

11 years – Brackley Town, St Albans City

9 years – Guiseley FC

5 years – Southport FC

4 years – Hayes and Yeading United, Spennymoor Town, Tamworth FC

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Consecutive Q2 Rd KOs

4 – Bradford (Park Avenue) AFC, Lancaster City, Tiverton Town

3 – Gosport Borough, Kings Langley, Prescot Cables

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Avenged Previous FA Cup Defeat

East Thurrock United 0-3 Biggleswade Town

AFC Telford United 2-4 Chasetown FC

Hungerford Town 1-3 Gloucester City

Bognor Regis Town 0-2 Hampton and Richmond Borough

FC United of Manchester 2-3 Curzon Ashton

Hendon FC 3-1 Wingate and Finchley

Ebbsfleet United 2-0 Dover Athletic

Buxton FC 2-1 Alfreton Town

Stocksbridge Park Steels 2-1 Marine FC

Replays

Three Bridges 4-0 Lewes FC (lost previous 2 times)

AFC Sudbury 2-1 St Albans City

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Biggest Wins of the Q2 Rd

Shildon FC 0-5 South Shields

Chelmsford City 6-1 Kings Langley

Enfield FC 0-4 Billericay Town

Lichfield City 0-4 Boston United

Alvechurch FC 4-0 Harborough Town

Binfield FC 4-0 Tonbridge Angels

Replays

Chorley FC 9-0 Liversedge FC (Biggest WIN and equal Biggest DEFEAT)

Three Bridges 4-0 Lewes FC (Equal Biggest WIN)

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Cupsets

Ashington FC (5) 2-1 Bradford (Park Avenue) AFC (2)

Potters Bar Town (3) 1-2 Romford FC (5)

AFC Telford United (2) 2-4 Chasetown FC (4)

Brackley Town (2) 0-2 Worksop Town (4)

Dartford FC (2) 1-2 Beckenham Town (4)

Binfield FC (4) 4-0 Tonbridge Angels (2)

Berkhamsted FC (4) 2-0 Concord Rangers (2)

Clitheroe FC (4) 2-0 Spennymoor Town (2)

Grays Athletic (4) 1-3 Shefford Town and Campton (5)

Leamington FC (2) 0-1 Nuneaton Borough (3)

Stocksbridge Park Steels (4) 2-1 Marine FC (3)

Replays

Bury AFC (5) 5-3 Lancaster City (3)

AFC Sudbury (4) 2-1 St Albans City (2)

Anstey Nomads (5) 3-3 Ilkeston Town (3) (5-4 on pens)

Three Bridges (4) 4-0 Lewes FC (3)

Newcastle Town (4) 2-3 Congleton Town (5)

Paulton Rovers (4) 2-1 Gosport Borough (3)

Helston Athletic (5) 4-3 Bishop’s Cleeve (4)

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Hat-tricks and more

3 – Alfie Cerulli (Billericay Town)

3 – Decarrey Sheriff (Kettering Town)

3 – Lewis Alessandra (South Shields)

3 – Mark Beck (Darlington FC)

3 – Simeon Jackson (Chelmsford City)

Replays

3 – Jonathan Ustabasi (Chorley FC)

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Miscellaneous

Jordan Esprit of Bracknell Town scored the first goal in the FA Cup during the reign of King Charles III.

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