Chichester City will visit Horley Town in the last 32 of the FA Vase. It's their reward for Saturday's 2-0 win at Whitstable, which takes Miles Rutherford's team to the same stage they reached last season. City will visit Horley - who play in the Combined Counties League premier division - on Saturday, January 6. The other Sussex side still involved, Eastbourne Town, will host Windsor. The Vase is a good money-spinner for teams who get to this stage.
Jack Pearce said he was 'totally and utterly devastated' by Bognor's home loss to Concord - and wished he never had to watch another match. He was very downbeat after two first-half goals - both from poor defending - set up Rangers for a vital victory at the bottom of National League South. It was a game the Rocks dominated for long periods but they had only Keaton Wood's late header to show for their considerable efforts, leaving them still second from bottom.
The Rocks dominated possession for long periods - but two first-half lapses at the back cost them dear as Concord won this bottom-six battle at a chilly Nyewood Lane. Keaton Wood gave the Rocks hope of a fightback when he got one back with 14 minutes left but despite plenty of late pressure, Bognor could not find an equaiser. The loss, such a disappointment after a recent run of two wins and two draws, leaves Jack Pearce's team still second from bottom of the National League South table.
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Selecting a term
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