A FAMILIAR name stands between Weston-super-Mare and the first round of the FA Cup after the final qualifying draw was made at Wembley this morning (Monday).
Weston lifted themselves off the bottom of the Vanarama National League South table with victory over Margate.
Cheddar rescued a point against second bottom side Wincanton Town with a late goal by captain George Booth.
Uphill Castle extended their winning run to five games with victory over Nailsea & Tickenham.
Dynamo Locking maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a 4-0 victory over Uphill Castle A.
Mendip Ladies reserved team were held to a draw with a late goal from Staplegrove.
Hutton Under-16 Girls kick started their season with a 7-0 victory at Bristol Ladies Union.
Weston College football 1st XI were on the end of an eight-goal thriller against Bridgwater.
Weston progressed to the next round of the FA Cup with victory over Hook Norton.
Cheddar rose to third spot in the league table after beating Devizes Town.
Uphill Castle recorded an impressive victory over visitors Ashton and Backwell.
Winscombe A lost to Nailsea United B in a seven-goal thriller.
Mendip White Sox Under-13 striker completed her hat-trick after scoring after just 11 seconds against Galminton.
WESTON will face a trip to London in the third round of qualifying for this year’s FA Cup.
Weston pushed Vanarama National League South league leaders all they way, but were narrowly beaten in an entertaining game.
Wrington Redhill Reserves got their season up and running with a victory over Westend.
Weston Crusaders Under-14s ran in 10 goals in their Somerset Cup tie against Timsbury.
Weston suffered their third home defeat of the season at the hands of Sutton United.
Worle Rangers knocked out last season’s county champions in the first round of the Somerset Cup.
Weston Veterans got their Somerset FA Veterans League underway with victory over Wells.
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