NON-LEAGUE SHORTS New Gulls Guiseley date

Torquay United boss Gary Owers, photo courtesy & copyright DAVE ROWNTREETorquay United's National League home fixture against relegation rivals Guiseley AFC has been rescheduled for Tuesday April 24 (1945).

Plainmoor fell foul to the weather last Saturday, the match referee ruling the surface unplayable after heavy overnight rain and an early morning pitch inspection.

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SOUTH WEST SPORTS Non-League shorts

non-league football, Roman Glass St George

GAME ON OR OFF?

Non-League football fans new to South West Sports News? 

On a wintry match day we do our utmost to keep you informed if non-League games are going ahead of not. Track our twitter feed @swsportsnews or visit our fixtures pages

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FA VASE second round waiting game, Brian

FA VASE logoStorm Brian has a lot to answer for not least the postponement of FA Vase round one ties at Bodmin and on Portland.

The result is that unbeaten South West Peninsula League leaders Plymouth Parkway – 13 wins from 13 – must playing a waiting game to find out who they host in round two.

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FA CUP 3QR Bees through, Bideford and Bodmin replay

FA Cup logoCinderford Town FC, Hereford FC, Swindon Supermarine FC, Truro City FC and Bath City FC have all been drawn at home in the FA Cup third qualifying round on Saturday September 30.

Paul Michael's Cinderford will host Hampton & Richmond Borough, while Dave Webb's Supermarine have been drawn at home to Southern League West rivals Paulton Rovers managed by John Rendell.

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NON-LEAGUE underdogs give bite back to FA Cup

FA Cup logoSo much has been written about the FA Cup it’s difficult to know where to start but surely the best stages of the competition are unfolding in front of real football fans’ eyes again.

Was anyone who follows non-League football surprised at Lincoln City’s progress in last season’s competition?

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BACK OF THE NET... why non-League football is great

larkhall vs shortwood Midweek non-League football is great isn’t it?

In eight completed South West Peninsula League games this midweek – Tuesday and Wednesday – an amazing 37 goals were scored. Goal ratio: 4.625 per game.

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