Wanderers and Romans ready for Vase replays

Northampton Spencer celebrate one of their goals during the 3-1 win over Whitworth in the FA Vase at the weekend
Northampton Spencer celebrate one of their goals during the 3-1 win over Whitworth in the FA Vase at the weekend

ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League Division One sides Burton Park Wanderers and Irchester United will have a second go at making progress in the FA Vase in first qualifying round replays tonight (Tuesday).

Wanderers travel to Buckingham Athletic after they drew 2-2 after extra-time at Latimer Park on Saturday, a game in which Leigh Chapman and Liam Nicell were on target for the hosts.

Spencer v Whitworths Penalty goal NNL-140609-193911009

Spencer v Whitworths Penalty goal NNL-140609-193911009

The Romans, meanwhile, head to Staines Lammas after they also shared four goals at Alfred Street on Sunday.

Jack Dyson and an own-goal gave Irchester their goals as the game finished 2-2 after 90 minutes while neither team could find a winner in extra 30 minutes.

Raunds Town exited the FA Vase at the weekend when they were beaten 2-0 at home by Woodford United after extra-time.

And the Shopmates will be looking to bounce back in Division One this evening when they take on local rivals Rushden & Higham in a local derby at Kiln Park.

Spencer v Whitworths NNL-140609-193819009

Spencer v Whitworths NNL-140609-193819009

The Lankies drew 2-2 with Rothwell Corinthians in the league on Saturday with Daryl Lawman and Jory Mann on target but goals from Andy White and Aaron Watts earned Shaun Sparrow’s men a share of the spoils.

Thrapston Town are also back on league duty tonight when they face Bourne Town at Chancery Lane.

Thrapston were beaten 3-1 after extra-time in the FA Vase last Friday night when they lost to Crawley Green after Jack Wisniewski’s goal had sent the game into a further 30 minutes.

Stewarts & Lloyds’ quest for their first point of the season will continue at Occupation Road tonight when they entertain Blackstones.

The Foundrymen suffered a sixth successive defeat at Buckingham Town on Saturday despite Robin Arch-Jones giving them an early lead.

Elsewhere at the weekend, Whitworth suffered their first defeat of the season in all competitions as they were beaten 3-1 at Northampton Spencer in the FA Vase.

Ross Patrick was on target for the Flourmen but their Division One rivals advanced into the second qualifying round.