Woodley United given derby draw in Bluefin Sport Challenge Cup

Four Berkshire sides in first round draw
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The draw for the Bluefin Sport Challenge Cup First Round has been made with four Berkshire clubs drawn out the hat.

The Uhlsport Hellenic League Division One East new boys will face an early test against Woodley United at Holyport’s Summerleaze while both Holyport and Wokingham & Emmbrook have been drawn away.

Port will travel to Langley’s fellow newly promoted side Long Crendon in Buckinghamshire while the Sumas will head to Penn & Tylers Green.

According to the release from the Hellenic League, 54 clubs received bye’s to the next round while the matches will be scheduled after the FA Cup draw has been made on Friday. The draw for the Floodlit Cup has also been released and you can see it in full here.

The full First Round draw for the Bluefin Sport Challenge Cup is here:

  • Adderbury Park vs Thornbury Town
  • Banbury United Dev’ vs Highworth Town Res
  • Chippenham Town Dev’ vs Newent Town
  • Didcot Town vs Aston Clinton
  • Kintbury Rangers vs Wantage Town Dev
  • Langley vs Woodley United
  • Long Crendon vs Holyport
  • Penn & Tylers Green vs Wokingham & Emmbrook
  • Stokenchurch vs Abingdon United
  • Woodstock Town vs Heyford Athletic
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