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    Second club confirm their place in 20/21 FA Vase Final

    This weekend saw the second club confirm their place in the 20/21 FA Vase Final due at Wembley with the other tie played out last weekend.

    Originally scheduled for the 27th of March 2021, the semi finals were postponed due to the Covid pandemic. On the 11th of March 2021, it was announced that the ties would take place on the 8th of May 2021.

    Warrington Rylands knocked out Darren Byfield‘s Walsall Wood on Saturday afternoon to reach the FA Vase Final.

    Halfway through the first half, Rylands counter attacked and Scarisbrick played through Kane Drummond who sat the keeper down to slot into the empty net.

    On the 51st minute, Milne cut back and was brought down, giving Rylands a chance to double their lead, and that is what happened.

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    Nevitt sent the keeper the wrong way to make it 2-0, Warrington were cruising, however ended up with a late scare.

    Tonks bent one in during injury time, making it a nail biting few minutes for Warrington, however they held one to the 2-1 win, sending them through, knowing they will have the opportunity to play at Wembley.

    Binfield of the Hellenic League Premier Division took on Wessex League Division One outfit United Services Portsmouth last weekend.

    It was a nervous one for both sides throughout the tie, with it having to be sorted with penalty shootout following a 1-1 draw after 90 minutes.

    The opening goal came 20 minutes in, James Franklyn beat the offside trap, turned in the box and slotted the ball home.

    10 minutes before the end, Liam Ferdinand took it round Price and levelled the scoreline, so down to spot kicks it was to settle it, and no doubt the biggest moment of both club’s history knowing the winners would be in a national final held at a national stadium.

    HOW THE PENALTIES PLAYED OUT:

    US Portsmouth – SCORED – 1-0
    Binfield – SCORED – 1-1
    US Portsmouth – SCORED – 2-1
    Binfield – SCORED – 2-2
    US Portsmouth – SCORED – 3-2
    Binfield – MISSED – 3-2
    US Portsmouth – MISSED – 3-2
    Binfield – SCORED – 3-3
    US Portsmouth – MISSED – 3-3
    Binfield – SCORED – 4-3
    US Portsmouth – MISSED – 4-3

    Binfield the winners, cue scenes…

    Fans reacted after seeing the second club confirm their place in the 20/21 FA Vase Final…

    @SilentBoatman: Well done boys! Deserved win with a dramatic last few minutes 👍🏽👍🏽

    @Daws43: Fantastic absolutely delighted for all at the club

    @tom_freeman_10: Dream come true roll on next week

    @DazzaDavies: Oh my days @RylandsFC are going Wembley! Dreams do come true!

    @LMaguire_GSR: The lads were playing on a farmers field 2 years ago. In 7 days we’re going to be playing at Wembley. Get in!!

    @8M_Smith7: Absolutely surreal! We have played so many good sides since the beginning of this season. Whether that be a @nwcfl league game, FA Cup game or an FA Vase game… we’ve lost just 1 game to a team 4 divisions above us in York City, 1-0. That is unbelievable. WEMBLEYYY!!

    @kc2310: Some effort that. Well in Rylands!!

    @DLeicester2: Well done rylands

    @1874Craig: Congratulations Rylands all the best at Wembley & enjoy your day.

    @zicoharper2310: What a fabulous achievement, well done to everyone involved

    FA VASE SEMI FINAL RESULTS:

    Warrington Rylands (9) 2-1 Walsall Wood (9)
    United Services Portsmouth (10) 1-1 (3-4 pens) Binfield (9)

    QUARTER FINAL RESULTS:

    1 Warrington Rylands (9) 1-0 Hebburn Town (9)
    2 Leighton Town (9) 1-2 Walsall Wood (9)
    3 Long Eaton United (9) 0-5 Binfield (9)
    4 United Services Portsmouth (10) 2-0 Flackwell Heath (9)

    FIFTH ROUND RESULTS:

    1 Hebburn Town (9) 1–0 Congleton Town (9)
    2 Warrington Rylands (9) 1–1 (3–1 p) West Auckland Town (9)
    3 Walsall Wood (9) 0–0 (5–4 p) Anstey Nomads (9)
    4 Hanworth Villa (9) 2–2 (3–5 p) Long Eaton United (9)
    5 Cobham (9) 0–1 Leighton Town (9)
    6 Hadley (9) 0–0 (4–5 p) Binfield (9)
    7 Tavistock (9) 1–3 United Services Portsmouth (10)
    8 Plymouth Parkway (9) 2–4 Flackwell Heath (9)

    FOURTH ROUND RESULTS:

    Stourport Swifts (9) 1–2 Walsall Wood (9)
    Bridgwater Town (9) 0–1 Tavistock (9)
    Shildon (9) 0–0 (4–5 p) Warrington Rylands (9)
    North Ferriby (10) 4–0 West Auckland Town (9)
    Hebburn Town (9) 2–1 Liversedge (9)
    Congleton Town (9) 1–0 Malvern Town (10)
    Long Eaton United (9) 1–1 (5-4 p) Westfields (9)
    Anstey Nomads (9) 4–2 Wellingborough Town (9)
    Mulbarton Wanderers (10) 0–0 (1-3 p) Hanworth Villa (9)
    Leighton Town (9) 2–1 Walton & Hersham (10)
    Lancing (9) 1–1 (2–4 p) Flackwell Heath (9)
    Fakenham Town (10) 2–2 (1–4 p) Binfield (9)
    Stowmarket Town (9) W/O Cobham (9) – Cobham awarded a walkover
    Sutton Common Rovers (9) 1–3 Hadley (9)
    Plymouth Parkway (9) 2–1 Clevedon Town (9)
    United Services Portsmouth (10) 1–1 (1-4 p) Christchurch (9)

    THIRD ROUND RESULTS:

    Longridge Town (9) 1–2 Warrington Rylands (9)
    Ryhope Colliery Welfare (9) 0–0 (3–4 p) Liversedge (9)
    Hebburn Town (9) 2–2 (5–3 p) Vauxhall Motors (10)
    Stockton Town (9) 1–3 Shildon (9)
    Consett (9) 1–2 West Auckland Town (9)
    Stourport Swifts (9) 4–3 Shepshed Dynamo (9)
    Long Eaton United (9) 2–0 Hanley Town (9)
    Newark (9) 1–1 (7–8 p) Walsall Wood (9)
    Radford (10) 0–5 Westfields (9)
    Coventry Sphinx (9) 1–2 Anstey Nomads (9)
    Malvern Town (10) 5–5 (6–5 p) Sporting Khalsa (9)
    Congleton Town (9) 1–1 (4–3 p) Coventry United (9)
    Fakenham Town (10) 2–2 (4–2 p) Milton Keynes Irish (10)
    Wellingborough Town (9) 2–1 Norwich United (9)
    Leighton Town (9) 4–2 Gorleston (9)
    Stowmarket Town (9) 2–0 Norwich CBS (10)
    Mulbarton Wanderers (10) 1–0 Ampthill Town (10)
    Hadley (9) 0–0 (4–1 p) Colney Heath (9)
    Clapton (9) 0–5 Cobham (9)
    Kennington (10) 1–1 (1–4 p) Sutton Common Rovers (9)
    Littlehampton Town (10) 2–2 (4–5 p) Hanworth Villa (9)
    Chatham Town (9) 0–1 Flackwell Heath (9)
    Lancing (9) 2–2 (5–3 p) North Greenford United (9)
    Clevedon Town (9) 2–0 New Milton Town (10)
    United Services Portsmouth (10) 3–2 Millbrook (10)
    Buckland Athletic (9) 0–4 Tavistock (9)
    Christchurch (9) 1–1 (6–5 p) Falmouth Town (10)
    Brimscombe & Thrupp (9) 2–2 (4–5 p) Bridgwater Town (9)
    North Ferriby (10) 2–2 (7–6 p) Seaham Red Star (9)
    REPLAYED – North Ferriby (10) 1–0 Seaham Red Star (9)
    Guildford City (9) 1–1 (2–4 p) Walton & Hersham (10)
    Deal Town (9) 1–4 Binfield (9)
    Plymouth Parkway (9) 5–2 Fareham Town (9)



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