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FA Vase draw 2014-15

04 July 2014
by Steve Tervet

Ashford United take on Hanwell Town in the fourth round last season Picture Gary Browne

Ashford United take on Hanwell Town in the fourth round last season Picture: Gary Browne

The draws have been made for the first two rounds of the 2014/15 FA Vase.

Most of the Kent clubs involved in the first round qualifying have been drawn away, with Corinthian facing a particularly long journey to Selsey in West Sussex.

Ashford United, who reached the fourth round proper of last season's Vase, are exempt to the second round this time around.

Meanwhile, Erith & Belvedere, Erith Town and 2013 finalists Tunbridge Wells are all exempt to the first round proper.



Canterbury City v Banstead Athletic

Fisher v Woodstock Sports

Holmesdale v Colliers Wood United

Glebe v Bexhill United

Croydon v Phoenix Sports

Horley Town v Sevenoaks Town

Newhaven v Greenwich Borough

Seven Acre & Sidcup v Pagham

Epsom Athletic v Deal Town

Selsey v Corinthian



Glebe or Bexhill United v Rochester United

Seaford Town v Fisher or Woodstock Sports

Seven Acre & Sidcup or Pagham v Worthing United

Canterbury City or Banstead Athletic v Mile Oak

Raynes Park Vale or Crowborough Athletic v Epsom Athletic or Deal Town

Cray Valley (PM) v Horley Town or Sevenoaks Town

Molesey v Newhaven or Greenwich Borough

Croydon or Phoenix Sports v Lancing or Mole Valley SCR

Holmesdale or Colliers Wood United v Shoreham

Southwick or Dorking v Lordswood

Beckenham Town v Selsey or Corinthian





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