Hellenic League Cup second round draw delivers home ties all round

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The second round of the Bluefin Sports Hellenic League Challenge Cup has been made, and it has delivered home draws for Ascot United, Bracknell Town and Binfield.

United received a bye to the second round while Bracknell battled past Burnham 5-2 and Binfield defeated Milton Keynes Academy 3-1.

The draw has given Ascot the toughest tie with Highmoor-IBIS set to visit the Racecourse Ground, meanwhile Binfield will host Division 2 West Oxford City Nomads Development and Bracknell Town will welcome Division 1 West Shrivenham.

There’s one First Round tie still to play, with the winners of Cirencester vs Sandhurst Town awarded a trip to Royal Wootton Bassett Town.

Ascot were beaten 2-0 by Highmoor in the County Cup a week ago while Bracknell will renew acquaintances with Shrivenham – the sides last met in a 1-1 draw in January 2015.

Here’s the full second round draw:

Ardley United vs Flackwell Heath
Ascot United vs Highmoor-IBIS
Binfield vs Oxford City Nomads Development
Bourton Rovers vs Brackley Town Saints
Bracknell Town vs Shrivenham
Chalfont Wasps vs Lydney Town
Chinnor vs Didcot Town Reserves
Easington Sports vs Thame United
Headington Amateur’s vs Lynch Pin
Highworth Town vs Oxford City Nomads
Holyport vs North Leigh
Longlevens vs Rayners Lane
New College Swindon vs Chalvey Sports
Royal Wootton Bassett Town vs Cirencester Town ‘Dev’ OR Sandhurst Town
Thatcham Town vs Moreton Rangers
Tuffley Rovers vs Brimscombe & Thrupp

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