Wokingham & Emmbrook through on penalties – FA Youth Cup round-up

The Sumas and Bracknell Town both took their ties to penalties while Windsor got the job done in normal time
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Wokingham & Emmbrook in FA Youth Cup action. Photo: Andrew Batt.

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A busy week of FA Youth Cup football with a number of Berkshire sides involved in Preliminary Round action.

Among those were Wokingham & Emmbrook who moved into the next round with a 5-4 penalty shoot-out win at Fleet Spurs writes Andrew Batt.

The Sumas were forced to play more than 75 minutes with 10 men in the 1-1 normal time draw after goalkeeper Marcus Baines was dismissed for apparently handling the ball outside the box. The Sumas have been drawn at home in the First Qualifying Round to the winners of the Farnborough Town/Cove tie.

Bracknell Town vs Fleet Town in the FA Youth Cup. Photo: Andrew Batt.

Elsewhere, Bracknell Town suffered a 5-4 penalty shoot-out defeat at home to Fleet Town after a 2-2 draw in normal time.

Windsor made it through though, beating Northwood 2-1 at Stag Meadow thanks to goals from Hariyan Ross and Finlay Trapps.

FA Youth Cup Preliminary Round results

Bracknell Town 2 – 2 Fleet Town FC (Pen 4-5)
Fleet Spurs FC 1 – 1 Wokingham & Emmbrook (Pen 4-5)
Windsor 2 – 1 Northwood

FA Youth Cup First Qualifying Round draw

  • Binfield v Reading City
  • Chichester City v Sutton Common Rovers or Virginia Water
  • Didcot Town v Thame United or Hungerford Town
  • Oxford City or Easington Sports v Ascot United
  • Thatcham Town v Kidlington
  • Windsor v London Tigers or Leverstock Green
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