In the build-up to this season’s FA Cup final, the FA are looking to celebrate some of the inspirational stories of people that have gone the extra mile for the competition in a challenging 12 months.
Three second-half goals, including two deep into stoppage time, ensured the Welsh outfit maintained their play-off prospects against a Woking side decimated by injuries.
Devonshire’s men led twice, through Manny Parry and striker Danilo Orsi, only for the Hatters to hit back with minutes both times thanks to goals from Harry Cardwell and Paddy Madden.
The review of the Premier League-financed FSIF, is seeking insight from clubs across the country on ways in which the process for applying for funding could be made easier in the future, what the future priorities for the fund should be and how the FSIF aligns with the current FA ground grading process.
The Dutchman hobbled off in the second half of Chesterfield’s midweek draw with Boreham Wood – and their worst fears have come true.
Matt Gray’s U’s looked every bit a Football League side in waiting as they rallied to a first win in five matches at the expense of the shell-shocked Robins.
Due to their affiliation with the Football Association of Wales, the Dragons were the only club from the English National League System excluded from the £11 million Sports Winter Survival Package.
ALTRINCHAM’S two Muslim players have provided a fascinating insight into how they balance the requirements of their faith during Ramadan with the demands of their football careers.
Kitson first appeared for the club as a 20-year-old in 2000-2001, leading the Blues to the Ryman League Division Three title in his first season.
Kizzi pounced onto a teasing cross from Frankie Raymond at the back post six minutes from time to snatch victory after Chesterfield’s Laurence Maguire had cancelled out Michael Cheek’s opener.
The new Magpies boss, who has endured a torrid start at Meadow Lane after taking over from Neal Ardley, claimed his side dominated and had ‘total control’.
With Killip out, goalkeeping duties now rest on the shoulders of Derby County’s Slovakian loanee Henrich Ravas and 18-year-old academy player Brad Young, who is currently being monitored by Premier League Leicester City.
The Shaymen were clearly still licking their wounds from Tuesday night’s 4-0 home thumping by Wrexham when goals from Michael Gash and Sonny Carey gave King’s Lynn a shock 2-0 lead inside 25 minutes.
A well-placed header from a revitalised JJ Hooper on the half hour would set Barnet on their way to only their second home league win of the season.
The Derbyshire side needed a 92nd minute Kameron Campbell equaliser to force a penalty shootout before scoring five out of six spot-kicks.
The 2019/20 finalists are now through to the last 16 of this season’s competition.
The Bears had to wait just two minutes for Johns to latch on to a ball over the top from centre-back Alex Morris, controlling well before slotting calmly past keeper Kieron Blackburn.
Despite plenty of chances for both sides throughout, the deadlock could not be broken in 90 minutes and penalties were needed to settle this competitive clash of styles.
The visitors created the majority of the chances in a tense second half which saw both teams battled hard to keep their Wembley dreams alive. However, neither side could find a way to prevent a penalty shootout.
Playing once more at the Coach Road home of the Devon FA as their Bolitho Park ground is undergoing extensive rebuilding work, Parkway were made to fight all the way by a skillful and energetic Clevedon, who battled well and never threw in the towel in this entertaining and fast encounter.
The Wessex League rivals drew 1-1 in normal time with Ben Satterley’s 62nd-minute equaliser cancelling out James Franklyn’s opener for US midway through the first half.
Viney pulled off two brilliant fingertip saves from Josh Robins and Lewis Dan – as the visitors bossed the opening exchanges in search of a killer second goal.
Matwasa celebrated the start of his second spell with the unbeaten Nomads by hitting their first two goals to earn his side a fifth round trip to Walsall Wood next Saturday.
The history-making Moles were twice forced to come from behind in regulation time through Josh Helmore before goalkeeper Chris Grace became the hero by saving two home spot-kicks in the shootout.
Jack Watts had fired hosts Stourport into a sixth minute lead but two goals from midfielder Sam Fitzgerald had the visitors ahead early in the second half, a lead they never looked like relinquishing.
The winner came in the 65th minute after a corner, which seemed to come off Danny Webb for a goal kick, was put straight in from the taker, Ross Adams, drifting over keeper Allen into the far post.
Two teams who really didn’t need the enforced break as they were flying before Christmas took a little time to settle down and nothing of note happened in the first 15 minutes.
Two penalty shoot-out saves secured Rylands a home tie against North Ferriby on Saturday.
Two goals in each half clinched a dominant display for the Northern Counties League Villagers with Jamie Forrester’s penalty and a Tom Corner effort wrapped up by a late double from substitute Danny Buttle.
Yeovil had not played since Collins passed away last month with tributes and respects paid to the popular centre-back in the weeks that have followed.