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The FULL 2017/18 Buildbase FA Vase Fourth Round draw

Three Berkshire sides awaiting the big draw on Monday

The FULL 2017/18 Buildbase FA Vase Fourth Round draw

Bracknell Town, Windsor and Thatcham Town will all be eagerly awaiting the 2017/18 Buildbase FA Vase Fourth Round draw which is expected at 1pm on Monday 4th December.

The three remaining Berkshire and Hellenic League sides all three sides made it through again with Bracknell winning 1-0 at Lordswood, Windsor beating Walton & Hersham 2-1 and Thatcham Town winning 3-1 at home to Sevenoaks Town.

The draw we believe will be split regionally by a North/South divide meaning possible away days to the Midlands, the South Coast or even the Isle of Wight. They could of course also draw each other.

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The ties are due to be played on Saturday 6th January and the prize fund for the winners is £1,875.

The full FA Vase Fourth Round draw:

1 Newcastle Benfield VS Coleshill Town
2 Wisbech Town VS Bromsgrove Sporting / Coventry United
3 Cogenhoe United VS Wolverhampton SC
4 Marske United VS Hinckley AFC
5 1874 Northwich_ VS Pontefract Collieries
6 Stockton Town VS West Auckland Town
7 Desborough Town VS Stourport Swifts
8 Bridgwater / Melksham VS Crowborough Athletic
9 Westfields VS Hamble Club
10 Blackfield & Langley VS Bracknell Town
11 Leighton Town VS Norwich CBS
12 Newport (IW) VS Bradford Town
13 Eastbourne Town VS Windsor
14 Horley Town VS Chichester City_
15 Tring Athletic VS Hullbridge Sports
16 Thatcham Town VS Biggleswade

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Here’s Neil Graham’s big gallery from Lordswood vs Bracknell Town on Saturday:

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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