By Phil Annets
BRIGHT BRIS: Kain Edmondson (right) celebrates scoring the third with Asa White during Brislington’s 4-0 home win over Fleet Town
PICTURE: Ric Mellis
AFTER a glut of goals in the last round – only two of the 199 games ended goal-less – more of the same is hoped for in the FA Vase 2nd Qualifying Round.
Leading the way in the 1st Qualifying Round goalwise, with a competition record-breaking 18-0 victory, were Hinckley AFC who are rewarded for their goal-fest with a short trip to very local rivals Hinckley LR FC. Another very local derby sees Andover Town ho...
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