Football in Berkshire

The full 2019/20 FA Vase Fourth Round draw

The draw for the last 32 was made on Monday morning

The full 2019/20 FA Vase Fourth Round draw

Binfield are the only Berkhshire side left in the 2019/20 FA Vase competition after Ascot United were knocked out by Corinthian on Saturday.

The Moles beat AFC Uckfield Town 4-0 at Hill Farm Lane and have been rewarded with an away day to Kent when the draw was made live on Talksport2 on Monday 2nd December.

Here’s the draw in full:

1 Worcester City vs Coventry United
2 Stockton Town vs Malvern Town or Atherstone
3 Vauxhall Motors vs Hebburn Town
4 Congleton or Longridge Town vs AFC Mansfield or Newark Flowserve
5 Wythenshawe Town or Consett AFC vs Lutterworth Town
6 West Auckland Town vs Walsall Wood
7 South Normanton Athletic vs Wroxham
8 Sporting Khalsa vs Kirkley & Pakefield
9 Stowmarket Town vs Glebe
10 Chatham Town vs Corinthian
11 Eynesbury Rovers vs Leighton Town
12 Deal Town vs Binfield
13 Bitton AFC vs Warminster Town
14 Woodbridge or Stanway Rovers vs Plymouth Parkway
15 Buckland Athletic vs Bradford Town
16 Christchurch vs Lancing or Mole Valley

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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