Who Bracknell Town will face in the Velocity Trophy First Round

Adam Cornell celebrates scoring against Kingstonian. Photo: Neil Graham.



Adam Cornell celebrates scoring against Kingstonian. Photo: Neil Graham.


Following a penalty shoot out win over Kingstonian on Tuesday night, Bracknell Town now know who they will face in the First Round of the Velocity Trophy.

Kane Fitzgerald scored the winning penalty in sudden death after Mark Scott had saved the visitors effort, meaning the Robins will welcome Horsham to Larges Lane on 20th September.

South East Division 1 side Horsham beat neighbours Haywards Heath Town 5-2 on Tuesday night as the majority of Preliminary Round fixtures were played. There are three still outstanding though including FC Romania vs AFC Sudbury, Sittingbourne vs Phoenix Sports and Tonbirdge Angels vs VCD Athletic.

Velocity Trophy First Round (to be played by 20th September)

  • Ashford Town 0-1 Hayes & Yeading United
  • Ashford United v Folkestone Invicta
  • Aveley v Cheshunt
  • Barking v Brentwood Town
  • Bognor Regis Town v Whitehawk
  • Bowers & Pitsea v Haringey Borough
  • Basildon United v AFC Hornchurch
  • Bracknell Town v Horsham
  • Canvey Island 0-1 Enfield Town
  • Carshalton Athletic v Corinthian Casuals
  • Chalfont St Peter v Ware
  • Chipstead v Dorking Wanderers
  • Coggeshall Town v Great Wakering Rovers
  • East Grinstead Town v Hastings United
  • Faversham Town v Burgess Hill Town
  • Felixstowe & Walton United v FC Romania / AFC Sudbury
  • Egham Town v Whyteleafe
  • Harlow Town 1-2 Potters Bar Town
  • Herne Bay v Hythe Town
  • Hertford Town v Bishop Stortford
  • Leatherhead v Worthing
  • Maldon & Tiptree v Uxbridge
  • Mildenhall Town v Wingate & Finchley
  • Molesey v Greenwich Borough
  • Northwood v Bury Town
  • Ramsgate v Whitstable Town
  • South Park v Sittingbourne / Phoenix Sports
  • Thamesmead Town v Merstham
  • Tilbury v Marlow
  • Tonbridge Angels / VCD Athletic v Sevenoaks Town
  • Tooting & Mitcham United v Margate
  • Witham Town v Grays Athletic


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