North Hampshire teams learn their fates in the early rounds of the FA Cup

North Hampshire teams learn their fates in the early rounds of the FA Cup

North Hampshire teams learn their fates in the early rounds of the FA Cup

First published in Sport Basingstoke Gazette: Photograph of the Author by , Sports Reporter

HARTLEY Wintney, Whitchurch United and Tadley Calleva will all play in the extra premilinary round of the 2014-15 FA Cup.

Hartley host Frimley Green, Whitchurch at at home to Hallen and Tadley travel to Ascot United. The games will be played on August 16.

If they get through, Hartley would travel to either Ardley United or Ash United, Whitchurch would face a trip to Swindon Supermarine and Tadley would travel to Bishop's Cleave in the preliminary round two weeks later.

The first qualifying round draw has also been made. Hartley could travel to Slough Town, Whitchurch would face either AFC Totton, Gillingham Town or Almondsbury UWE and Tadley could host Banbury United. Basingstoke Town enter the competition in the second qualifying round.

In the FA Vase, Whitchurch travel to Almondsbury UWE, Hartley Wintney host Holyport and Tadley travel to Alton Town in the first qualifying round.

Should they get through, Hartley would travel to Highworth Town, Tadley would play away at Hook Norton and Whitchurch would face a trip to Chippenham Park.

Early round fixtures in the Hampshire Senior Cup have also been released today.

Town's defence of the county cup will begin in the second round, with the winners of a first-round game between Tadley Calleva and Alresford Town travelling to the Camrose.

Hartley Wintney host Andover New Street in round one, with a trip to Gosport Borough on offer to the winners, while Whitchurch United host Alton Town, with local rivals Andover Town awaiting the Jam Boys if they are able to get through.

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