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The Alan Turvey Trophy (Sponsored by Velocity) Second Round Draw


Although there are still a number of games to be played in the First Round Group Stage of this season’s competition, the Second Round draw has been made.

I was lead to believe it was going to be regionalised, but looking at the draw, it would suggest it is just split North and South as for our home tie with Bognor Regis Town they’ve got a 230 mile round trip!

Bracknell Town (Grp 5 Winners)



Brightlingsea Regent


Winners of Group 3



Winners of Group 4

East Thurrock United


Bishop's Stortford

Enfield Town


Winners of Group 8

Folkestone Invicta


Bognor Regis Town

Haringey Borough


Winners of Group 1



Winners of Group 10






Winners of Group 9



Carshalton Athletic

Potters Bar Town


Winners of Group 6

Wingate & Finchley


Bowers & Pitsea

Winners of Group 2



Winners of Group 7





Cray Wanderers


To give you an idea of who may qualify, here is what was mentioned in the round-up at the end of last month.

Group 1

Although Coggeshall Town are currently top, it is unlikely they will qualify with Bury Town or Maldon &   Tiptree the most likely to, with the two sides meeting at Maldon on the 19th November, although        Heybridge Swifts, who also have to play Maldon & Tiptree at home are waiting to pounce should the top two drop points.

Group 2

It seems to be a shoot-out between Barking and Aveley. who are due to meet at Aveley on the 18th       November, although should it result in a home win, Barking do have the fall-back of another game at Romford.

Group 3

Ware with two games to play, compared to one for everyone else, Ware look to be favourites to qualify from Group 3.

Group 4

The Burgess Hill vs Hastings United game on the 19th November looks as if it will decide the Group,        although both have one other game, Burgess Hill Town at home against Chichester City, and Hastings United, away at East Grinstead.

    Group 5

With all teams only having one game left, Bracknell Town have qualified for the Second Round as they are four points clear.

Group 6

It looks like a straight fight between Basildon United and Hullbridge Sports, but Great Wakering Rovers, could have a say should they both slip up, especially as one of their games is at home against ‘The Sports’, and Tilbury may yet also have a chance having played just two games so far.

Group 7

This looks to be one of the most open Groups with the top four all still in with a chance of qualifying with Ashford Town due to play Faversham Town who in turn have still to play at Whitstable Town, who have got to play at Ramsgate in one of their other two remaining games, and Herne Bay may move into       contention as well.

Group 8

Another open group with Ashford Town (Middx), Bedfont Sports, Northwood, Staines Town and            Uxbridge still in with a chance of qualifying, although Staines Town look well placed as they’ve got a game in hand.

Group 9

With just one game to go in this Group, Sevenoaks Town look to be favourites to qualify for the Second Round although should they slip up at home against VCD Athletic, Sittingbourne would qualify if they beat Cray Valley (PM) in their last game.

Group 10

Once again, with a number of games still to be played, virtually anyone could still qualify for the Second Round from the Group, which contains Chertsey Town, Chipstead, South Park, Tooting & Mitcham United and Whyteleafe.