Local clubs find out cup opponents

PUBLISHED: 10:00 14 January 2016

Romford club Belfry celebrate after winning the Essex Sunday Junior Cup back in 2014 (pic: Essex FA).

Romford club Belfry celebrate after winning the Essex Sunday Junior Cup back in 2014 (pic: Essex FA).


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Various local clubs found out who they will face in the next round of the cup when the draw was made on Wednesday.

The Essex Saturday Junior Cup quarter-final draw, which takes place on February 13, sees Kelvedon Hatch Reserves or Ilford’s Melbourne Sports take on Chingford Athletic or Christchurch.

Iona or Roneo Colts will face Braintree & Bocking United while Toby Reserves will take on the winner of Tilbury under-21s and Pro-Athletic.

Frenford Senior A will have a home tie against Buckhurst Hill under-21s or Royal Oak in the Essex Saturday Junior Trophy quarter-finals on January 30, but first must overcome Weir Sports and Three Colts.

If Brentwood United can get past Dunmow Rhodes, they’ll entertain St Clere’s in the last eight of the competition.

Havering Oak need to beat Harefield Church to take on Ryan under-21s or Great Baddow Reserves in the quarter-finals.

Upminster’s Crumpled Horn will travel to Risden Wood Reserves in the last eight of the Essex Sunday Junior Cup on February 7.

Dagenham-based May & Baker or Parsloe Athletic will be away to Tollesbury Legion on the same day trying to reach the semi-finals, but the local duo must first battle it out to confirm their spot in the last eight.

2014 winners Belfry, from Romford, will be away to Rochford Sports & Social club in the quarters looking to make it through to the final four.

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