FA Cup results: Ascot United and Bracknell Town go out

Blow for Bracknell as goalkeeper Mark Scott replaced in the first half
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Mark Scott. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com

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A tough afternoon for both Berkshire sides in the 2021/22 FA Cup First Qualifying Round as Ascot United and Bracknell Town exited the competition.

For Ascot, the Road to Wembley ended in Kent as Isthmian League Division One side Hythe Town edged it 1-0 with a 60th minute goal despite a monumental push late on from Jamie Tompkins side.

George Lock was again the star for Ascot, making a goal line clearance and almost equalising in the final moments of the game.

George Lock on the ball for Ascot United. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com
George Lock on the ball for Ascot United. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com

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A dramatic afternoon as well for Bracknell who were on the end of a 2-0 defeat at Isthmian League Division One Burgess Hill Town.

The game was marred by an injury to Burgess Hill’s Andy Herring, an incident that saw Bracknell’s Temi Eweka sent off in the 65th minute.

The Robins had already been forced in to a change in the first half with goalkeeper Mark Scott replaced by Joe Whiter on 38 minutes but the sides went in level at half time.

Joe Whiter. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com

Burgess Hill broke the deadlock on 47 minutes and Trey Masikini scored his and his sides second on the hour before Eweka was sent off for Bracknell.

Emirates FA Cup First Qualifying Round

Burgess Hill Town 2-0 Bracknell Town
Hythe Town 1-0 Ascot United

Details of the Second Qualifying Round draw are here.

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