- Phoenix Sports 3-4 Whitehawk - We've come out of it with our heads held high, says Phoenix Sports Academy manager Jack Parkinson
- Bromley 3-0 Dover Athletic -There's nothing to lose but everything to gain at Rochdale, says Bromley boss Neil Smith
- Glebe axe Ben Young after 19 games in charge
- We believe we will climb the table and get to where we want to be the end of the season, says Tonbridge Angels' assistant Barry Moore
- It’s been a tough start, tougher than expected but I’m loving every minute of it, says Rochester United boss Ian Varley
PHOENIX SPORTS 3-4 WHITEHAWK
The FA Youth Cup Third Qualifying Round
Wednesday 18th October 2017
Stephen McCartney reports from Mayplace Road East
PHOENIX SPORTS Academy manager Jack Parkinson says his players’ can exit The FA Youth Cup with their heads held high after being knocked out in the final Qualifying round.
BROMLEY 3-0 DOVER ATHLETIC
The Emirates FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round Replay
Tuesday 17th October 2017
Stephen McCartney reports from Hayes Lane
GENIUS Bromley manager Neil Smith says he wants to be the man to guide his home-town club to their first FA Cup First Round win in 72 years when he takes his side to struggling League One outfit Rochdale.