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Another home tie for Binfield in FA Cup Second Qualifying Round draw

Former Football League clubs in the draw include Torquay United and York City

Another home tie for Binfield in FA Cup Second Qualifying Round draw

Binfield were the lone Berkshire club in the FA Cup First Qualifying Round after Thatcham Town lost their Preliminary Round replay, but the Second Qualifying Round draw throws up some intriguing possible ties for the Moles.

Having beaten Buckland Athletic on Saturday courtesy of a double from Sean Moore and another from Eddie Lee, Binfield are in the hat and could come up against some very famous names when the draw is made at 1pm on Monday.

That’s because the Second Qualifying Round see’s the addition of the Vanarama National League North and South sides which include Berks clubs Slough Town and Hungerford Town while famous FA Cup side Woking and former Football League club Torquay United.

Depending on where the regional split for the draw is made, former football league clubs in the North of England entering the Second Qualifying Round include Kidderminster Harriers, Stockport County, Boston United and York City.

The Moles will be without defender Jeff Brown for the tie whoever they play following the centre backs sending off on Saturday, with all bookings and red cards now competition specific. The 2018/19 round dates are here and details on the round by round prize fund is here.

2018/19 FA Cup Second Qualifying Round draw

  • Binfield vs Cirencester Town
  • Hungerford Town vs Wantage Town
  • Slough Town vs Sholing or Hamworthy United

Ties to be played the weekend of Saturday 22nd September. The full draw is here.

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Tom Canning

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. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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