FA CUP UPDATE... Eight great regional replays tonight

Emirates FA Cup official logo There are few better touchline Tuesdays than when you are at an FA Cup replay.
Tonight real football fans have the opportunity to attend not one but eight first round qualifying round twos.
These 16 sides all drew on Saturday so now, four days on, it’s time to go again.
Weymouth and Banbury drew 1-1 on Saturday they meet tonight in Oxfordshire for the right to host Jerry Gill's National League South Bath City in the second qualifying round on Saturday September 22.
Yate host Steve Claridge’s Salisbury FC tonight at Lodge Road after drawing 1-1 in Wiltshire on Saturday. Tonight’s winners' reward is a trip to the Somerset seaside and Marc McGregor's National League South’s Weston-super-Mare AFC.
It was also 1-1 between Frome Town and Winchester City on Saturday so they meet at the City Ground tonight with winners bound for Merthyr in the next round.
You’ve guessed it.
Dorset rivals Wimborne Town and Dorchester Town also finished up all-square 1-1 at the Cuthbury so they replay tonight back at the Magpies’ new all-weather surface at the Avenue. The winners of tonight’s Dorset derby replay will head to Martyn Rogers’s Southern Premier high flyers Tiverton Town in the next round.
Paulton Rovers and Basingstoke Town scored one apiece as well. Tonight’s victors at Basingstoke travel to Bristol Manor Farm next.
There were twice as many goals as Lymington and Lyndey Town AFC drew 2-2 in Hampshire. Tonight it’s back to the Forest of Dean and the prospect of a money-spinning home second qualifying round tie against Torquay United for the winners.
It finished goalless between Street and Plymouth Parkway on Saturday in Devon so the sides meet again in Somerset with a trip to Gloucester City in the offing for tonight’s triumphant team.
No goals either to separate Sholing and south coast rivals Hamworthy United so they play it again tonight in at the Hammers’ County Ground in Poole for the right to visit Slough in qualifying round 2.

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