Home Vase draw for Sudbury

Suffolk has only one home tie in the FA Vase third round on Saturday December 8. AFC Sudbury, 5-1 winners at Brook House, will entertain Berkhamsted Town who also hit five in winning 5-2 at Brackley.

Suffolk has only one home tie in the FA Vase third round on Saturday December 8.

AFC Sudbury, 5-1 winners at Brook House, will entertain Berkhamsted Town who also hit five in winning 5-2 at Brackley.

The Ryman League team were finalists earlier this year, losing 2-1 to Taunton Town.

AFC Sudbury manager Keith Martin said: "It is a very tough draw though it is nice to be at home. They won't relish the thought of coming down here."

Mildenhall Town have to go to Ryman League Leyton Pennant after winning 3-0 over Kent side Maidstone United.

Other Jewson League survivors Wroxham, Dereham Town and Tiptree United are all drawn away from home.

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FA Carlsberg Vase draw: Bedlington Terriers v Bridgnorth Town, Prescot Cables v Newcastle Town, West Auckland Town v Nantwich Town, St Helens Town v Billingham Synthonia, Tow Law Town v Bromsgrove Rovers, Cogenhoe United v Clitheroe or Nelson, Arnold Town v Consett, Billingham Town v Guisborough Town or Whitley Bay, Raunds Town v Durham City, Oadby Town v Kidsgrove Athletic, Barwell v Rushall Olympic, Pickering Town v Stewarts & Lloyds, Heanor Town v Hallam Studley BKL v Brigg Town, Croydon Athletic v Brockenhurst or Sandhurst Town, Thamesmead Town v Bemerton Heath Harlequins, Great Wakering Rovers v Thatcham Town, Moneyfields v Porthleven, Lewes v Hallen, Cowes Sports v Tiptree United, Leyton Pennant v Mildenhall Town, Ash United v Stotfold Wimborne Town v Taunton Town,AFC Wallingfordv Abingdon Town, Milton Keynes City v St Blazey, Team Bath v Arlesey Town, AFC Sudbury v Berkhamsted Town, Dorking v Kingsbury Town, Banstead Athletic v Dereham Town, Tilbury or Barton Rovers v Wroxham. Melksham Town v St Neots Town, Burgess Hill Town v Selsey.

n Suffolk earned a home tie with Hampshire, on December 15, by defeating visitors Gloucestershire 3-2 with a winner in time-added-on at Woodbridge Town on Saturday.

The home team went one down to a penalty, conceded by Mark Lucci, in the first half but equalised just before half-time, also from the penalty spot. Paul Allen scored after Alex Harrison had been brought down.

In the second half Suffolk went ahead when Harrison chipped the keeper from the edge of the box but the lead was short-lived and a 30-yarder deceived keeper Michael Harrington and ended up in the top corner of the goal.

Both sides made good chances and the two keepers had to be at their best.

Their was a sting in the tale of Suffolk when Tom Smith, put through by Harrison, fired over the keeper in the 92nd minute.

The next visitors for Suffolk are Hampshire who won 3-1 away against London FA.

n Ipswich Town Womens FC have a home draw against Chelsea in the third round of the AXA FA Women's Cup.

The full draw is: Ilkeston Town v Oldham Curzon; Chester City v Newcastle; Manchester City v Bangor City; Loughborough Students v Aston Villa; Liverpool Feds v Lincoln City; Wolverhampton Wanderers v Leicester City; Liverpool v Garswood Saints; Sheffield Wednesday v Cambridge University; North Notts v Stockport County; Huddersfield Town v Birmingham City; Rushden & Diamonds v Coventry City; Fulham v Newport County; Redbridge Raiders v West Ham United; Langford v Barnet; Enfield v Barking; Hampton v Yeovil Town; Wimbledon v Exeter City; Ipswich Town v Chelsea; QPR Ladies v Portsmouth; Millwall Lionesses v Stowmarket; Redhill v Berkhamsted Town; Bristol City v Bristol Rovers.

Ties to be played Sunday, December 9.

Tonight's fixtures

Jewson League

Premier Division: Diss v Swaffham, Felixstowe & Walton v Harwich & Parkeston, Mildenhall v Lowestoft, Soham Town Rangers v Newmarket.

Division One: Cornard v Whitton, Downham v King's Lynn Res, Hadleigh v Halstead, March Town Utd v Cambridge City Res, Somersham v Haverhill Rovers.

Jewson League Cup, first round replay: Clacton v Maldon.

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