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Tonbridge Angels boss Tommy Warrilow eyes a cup run this season

Tommy Warrilow Picture: Barry Duffield
Tommy Warrilow Picture: Barry Duffield

Tonbridge go in search of their first FA Cup win for three years when they travel to Hayes & Yeading on Sunday.

Tommy Warrilow’s side have only scored one goal in the competition since 2009 and the Angels boss wants that to change at Kingfield.

Four points separate the teams in The Skrill South and Warrilow has mixed feelings about facing such familiar opposition.

He said: “Everyone wants a so-called lesser team but it is what it is.

“I prepare for every game the same, whether it’s against a Football League team or a Kent League team.

“Anyone who wants to toss the FA Cup aside is mad. We know the financial implications (£4,500 prize money). The FA Cup and FA Trophy are two competitions I want to stay in for as long as possible. I don’t care who we draw."

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