Jamie McClurg. Photo: Neil Graham.
Jamie McClurg. Photo: Neil Graham.

Bracknell Town learn FA Vase fifth round opponents in FULL draw

Robins, Thatcham and Windsor learn fate in FA Vase fifth round draw
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Jamie McClurg. Photo: Neil Graham.
Jamie McClurg. Photo: Neil Graham.

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The draw for the FA Vase fifth round draw has been made via the online radio station Talksport 2 with Bracknell Town handed a potentially epic away day at Newcastle Benfield – the furthest north side left in the competition.

Both Bracknell and Benfield must negotiate replays before the meeting though with the Robins in action again on Tuesday night against Blackfield & Langley with who they shared a 3-3 fourth round draw on Saturday.

Elsewhere Thatcham Town were handed a tough tie – albeit at home against second favourites Bromsgrove Sporting while Windsor were given a home tie against Wessex League side Hamble Club.

Ties are due to be played on the weekend of Saturday 3rd February 2018.

The full fifth round draw is:

  • Wolverhampton v Leighton Town
  • Thatcham Town v Bromsgrove Sporting
  • Marske v Bradford
  • Coleshill Town v Bracknell Town
  • 1874 Northwich v Chichester City
  • Stockton Town v Stourport Swifts
  • Windsor v Hamble Club
  • Melksham Town v Tring Athletic
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