Date: Thu 15 Sep 2022
By Steve Whitney
There were three more Isuzu FA Trophy First Qualifying Round ties involving clubs from the Pitching In Southern Football League postponed from last weekend played on Wednesday night.
Two were all-internal affairs and both saw away victories.
At The Meadow, Division One Central side Aylesbury United were beaten 3-0 by Division One South visitors Evesham United.
A Kyle Belmonte penalty and a fine effort from distance from Alfie Dunn made it 2-0 at half-time.
In the second half another penalty was converted by Ben Whitehead to take the Robins through.
At Plain Ham, the all-Division One South tie between Larkhall Athletic and Melksham Town also went the way of the visitors.
However, the Larks will count themselves a little unfortunate to have lost after having the lion’s share of possession and seeing a Norris effort hit a post and then have another shot hit the woodwork and then cleared off the line.
But goals from Sam Hendy and a Chris Zebroski penalty took Melksham through.
Bowing out to outside opposition are Division One Central newcomers Hadley.
They were beaten 2-1 at home by Isthmian League South East side Sevenoaks Town.
Ryan Gondoh gave the Oaks an 11th-minute lead that Peter Rosemin cancelled out 11 minutes later.
As a penalty shoot-out looked likely, Gondoh pounced to score his second in the 88th minute to take the Kent outfit through.