- Holmesdale 1-4 Banstead Athletic - I don't know where the application and desire was today, says frustrated Holmesdale boss Ian Varley
- My aspirations for the season ahead is to win football matches and see where it takes us, says Holmesdale boss Ian Varley
- I know it will take time to rebuild, says Crockenhill boss Chris Sundborg
- FA Vase debut shows how far the club has come in recent years, says Rusthall joint-boss Steve Ashmore
- We're looking forward to the challenges ahead as we try to get as many points as possible, says Greenwich Borough boss Gary Alexander
HOLMESDALE 1-4 BANSTEAD ATHLETIC
The Buildbase FA Vase Second Qualifying Round
Saturday 24th September 2016
Stephen McCartney reports from Oakley Road
HOLMESDALE manager Ian Varley says he has threatened to wield the axe if he sees a repeat of this poor performance from his side.
CRAY WANDERERS 0-1 HYTHE TOWN
Ryman League Division One South
Wednesday 21st September 2016
Stephen McCartney reports from Hayes Lane
HYTHE TOWN boss Clive Cook says his players responded to being knocked out of The FA Cup at the weekend by claiming a big three points at Cray Wanderers.