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FA Cup results: Ascot United held but Reading City and Binfield advance

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FA Cup results: Ascot United held but Reading City and Binfield advance

Some mixed fortunes in the FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round at the weekend and Binfield and Reading City advanced but Windsor went out and Ascot United have to do it all again on Tuesday night.

The Yellamen will be back to Badshot Lea where they played their ‘home’ fixture on Saturday after Lea came back from a two goal deficit.

Usman Lalustani got both goals in the 20th and 53rd minutes but the ‘visitors’ hauled themselves back in to the tie that also saw youngster James Richardson make his FA Cup bow. Read the official Ascot United report here.

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Across at Stag Meadow, Reading City continued their early season form with a 3-0 win against Windsor thanks to goals from Steve Lee, a Devonn Reid penalty and Matt Stockill.

It went from bad to worse as well for Windsor who had Rob Lazarczuk and George Gould sent off. Read the official Reading City report here.

Finally, it was a see-saw fixture at Binfield as the Moles came from 2-1 down to setup a home Preliminary Round tie thanks to late strikes from substitutes Josh Howell and Josh Helmore.

Eddie Lee had initially equalised at 1-1 for Binfield. Read Nick Calvert’s match report here.

The ‘as it stands’ FA Cup Preliminary Round draw is here. What’s next? All the upcoming midweek fixtures are here.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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