FA CUP Second qualifying round draw (SW ties)

The Emirates FA Cup logoBath City’s National League South 3-1 home defeat against Oxford City on Tuesday night came ahead of the sides’ FA Cup meeting back at Twerton Park in less than two weeks.

In another stand-out 2QR tie Steve Claridge’s Salisbury FC will host Tim Harris’ National League North Tigers, Gloucester City AFC on Saturday September 17.

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SWPL pacesetters Saltash United target new goals

South West peninsula League logoSaltash United AFC boss Matt Cusack is hoping his Peninsula Premier pacesetters set a new standard when they host St Blazey AFC at Kimberley today (1500ko).

The Ashes are on the verge of setting a new club record seven-match winning SWPL start but Cusack doesn't want to stop there.

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FA TROPHY Torquay, Truro win through to round two

FA Trophy image copyright and courtesy Football Association Gary Johnson’s National League leaders Cheltenham Town FC travel to Oxford City FC in the FA Trophy second round.

Justin Merritt’s third placed City are chasing promotion from National League South but upset the form book to beat runaway divisional leaders Ebbsfleet United FC 3-1 at Marsh Lane in Saturday’s postponement-hit first round.

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FA TROPHY Home ties for South West four

FA Trophy Cheltenham Town FC, Torquay United FC, Truro City FC and Weston-super-Mare AFC will start with home advantage in the FA Trophy first round on Saturday December 12.

Forest Green Rovers FC travel to Havant & Waterlooville FC while replays tonight - wetaher-permitting - will decide the fate of Gloucester City FC, Frome Town FC and Merthyr Town FC.

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Cullompton Rangers AFC 1 Saltash United AFC 3

Saltash United striker Sam Hughes image South West Sports NewsSaltash United became the second Cornish side to qualify for the SW Peninsula League Cup quarter finals following a 3-1 win at Premier rivals Cullompton Rangers.

Mark Goldsworthy scored all four Helston goals as they rallied from 3-2 down to win 4-3 at Teignmouth to become the first club into the last eight.

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Plymouth Parkway AFC 4 Ivybridge Town AFC 2

Parkway turned around a 2-1 deficit to beat Ivybridge 4-2 in a sparkling SW Peninsula Premier derby.

Ivybridge's James Rowe set the tone for a frenetic first half, winging in to make it 1-0 to after two minutes.

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