Hood face Eagles in FA Cup

  • FA Cup champions Robin Hood

    FA Cup champions Robin Hood


Robin Hood will begin the defence of the FA Cup against Somerset Eagles at White Hill Field.

Hood, who beat Southampton Rangers 1-0 in the final last season, were pitted against Eagles in the first-round draw yesterday. The most intriguing tie will see PHC Zebras take on North Village while Dandy Town face Paget Lions.

In the other ties, to be played on the weekend of January 19 and 20, Boulevard meet BAA, St David’s face Rangers in a First Division affair, and Hamilton Parish are at home to Somerset Trojans.

Wolves have been drawn against X-Roads and St George’s face Devonshire Cougars.

FA CUP

FIRST ROUND MATCHES

Saturday, January 19

Boulevard v BAA, Lord’s, 12.30pm

St David’s v Southampton Rangers, Lord’s, 2.30pm

Somerset Eagles v Robin Hood, White Hill Field, 2.30pm

Sunday, January 20

Hamilton Parish v Somerset Trojans, Wellington Oval, 12pm

PHC Zebras v North Village, PHC Field, 2.30pm

Wolves v X-Roads, Garrison Field, 2.30pm

Dandy Town v Paget Lions, St John’s Field, 2.30pm

St George’s v Devonshire Cougars, Wellington Oval, 2.30pm

MASTERS KNOCKOUT CUP

Saturday, November 3

Social Club v Dandy Town Roots, Police Field, 12.30pm

Southampton Rangers v Hamilton Parish, Southampton Oval, 3pm

DRC Lions v Wolves, Devonshire Recreation Club, 3pm

SCC Extros v Somerset Eagles, Somerset Cricket Club, 3pm

Prospect v Flanagan’s Onions, Police Field, 3pm

North Village Rams v St George’s All-Stars, Bernard Park, 3pm

Bye: PHC Raiders, St George’s Stallions

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Published Oct 16, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Oct 15, 2018 at 11:38 pm)

Hood face Eagles in FA Cup

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