St Neots Town will have home advantage again while Godmanchester Rovers could hit the road

Mat Mitchel-King celebrates his opening goal as St Neots Town beat Bedworth United 2-0 in the first

Mat Mitchel-King celebrates his opening goal as St Neots Town beat Bedworth United 2-0 in the first qualifying round of the FA Trophy. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES - Credit: Archant

St Neots Town have been handed a second successive home tie in the FA Trophy.

David Batch’s side, who saw off Bedworth United in the opening round last Saturday, will now entertain either fellow Southern League Premier Division side Hungerford or Division One (Central) outfit Banbury United in the next round.

Those two teams battled out a goalless draw at the weekend and will meet again in a replay tomorrow night.

Godmanchester Rovers will travel to Stanway Rovers in the second round of the FA Vase - providing they can negotiate a first-round replay against Mildenhall tomorrow night.

Rovers were held to a 1-1 draw by Mildenhall at the David Wilson Homes Ground last Saturday when Michael Hyem’s opening goal was cancelled out.


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