FA Vase: Wembley into second round, but Cricklewood Wanderers go out
PUBLISHED: 09:00 25 October 2017
FA Vase first round: Wembley 3 Broadfields United 0; Cray Valley PM 3 Cricklewood Wanderers 1
Wembley have been drawn away to the winner of the tie between Hullbridge Sports and Colney Heath in the second round.
The Lions made it safely through the first round after recording a comfortable 3-0 success at home to Broadfields United on Saturday.
Winners of ties will in the second round will pocket £900 in prize money, with Wembley having collected £825 for their first-round triumph.
Cricklewood Wanderers, meanwhile, went out of the FA Vase after a 3-1 loss at Cray Valley PM in the first round.
Wanderers made a bright start, but fell behind in the sixth minute when former Premier League striker Kevin Lisbie scored a penalty.
Lisbie repeated the feat in the 32nd minute to double Cray’s lead, and the hosts added a third before the break.
Cricklewood pulled one back in the 69th minute through Anthony Emeh, but it proved only to be a consolation goal.
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