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The full draw for the FA Vase Third Round 2016/17

There may no longer be an East Berkshire representative in the 2016/17 Buildbase FA Vase, but that won’t stop us keeping an eye on the third round of the competition – especially while Thatcham Town remain in the competition.

The last of our clubs – Ascot United – crashed out courtesy of a 92nd minute Newhaven winner on Saturday and the South Coast club will host either Chichester or Canterbury City while Thatcham will visit Bristol Manor Farm.

Croydon – conquerors of Bracknell Town in the First Round will host Walton & Hersham.

Here’s the full draw for the Third Round Proper of the 2016/17 Buildbase FA Vase

1 North Shields vs Shildon
2 Newton Aycliffe vs Morpeth Town
3 Cleethorpes Town vs Bootle
4 South Shields vs Charnock Richard or Staveley MW
5 Penrith AFC vs Atherton Collieries
6 Dunston UTS or Hemsworth vs Sunderland RCA
7 Bottesford Town vs Billingham Town
8 Hucknall Town AFC vs AFC Mansfield
9 Nuneaton Griff vs Bromsgrove Sporting
10 Sporting Khalsa vs Sleaford or Thurn Nirv
11 Coleshill Town vs Westfields
12 Hinckley AFC vs Quorn
13 Long Eaton United vs Shepshed Dynamo
14 Cockfosters or Wembley vs Peterborough Sports
15 FC Romania or Ipswich W vs Rothwell C or Tring Ath
16 Newport Pagnell Town vs London Colney
17 Gorleston vs Basildon United
18 St Margaretsbury vs Berkhamsted
19 Biggleswade U or Sun Sports vs Hoddesdon Town
20 Welwyn Garden City vs Ely City
21 Abbey Rangers vs Eastbourne Town
22 Crowborough Athletic vs Bedfont Sports
23 Croydon vs Walton & Hersham or Glebe
24 Knaphill vs Southall
25 Newhaven vs Chichester or Canterbury City
26 Sutton Common Rovers vs Corinthian
27 Horsham YMCA vs Buckland Athletic
28 Cullompton or Bemerton vs Hartley W or Melksham
29 Team Solent vs Bodmin Town
30 Brimscombe & Thrupp or Bradford T vs Torpoint Athletic
31 Bristol Manor Farm vs Thatcham Town
32 Exmouth Town vs Blackfield & Langley

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Tom Canning

<p>Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror.</p><br />

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