10:40AM, Tuesday 11 September 2018
Burnham have been rewarded for their impressive 1-0 victory over Bury Town on Saturday with a high profile tie away to big-spending Billericay Town in the FA Cup Second Qualifying Round.
The Blues overcame Bury, a team playing two divisions higher, thanks to a close range goal from Dan Fosu early in the second half.
Burnham are one of three teams currently playing in the 10th tier of English football still involved in the competition, the others being Atherstone Town and Anstey Nomads.
Their next opponents are Billericay Town of National League South, also known as the Blues, run by flamboyant owner Glenn Tamplin.
Burnham are away to the Rickay on Saturday, September 22.
Burnham are in action tonight (Tuesday) at home to Binfield Reserves in the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy.
Slough Town will make their first foray into the FA Cup with a home match against Sholing FC or Hamworthy United.
The Rebels are currently in their first season in National League South and overcame Oxford city 2-0 on Saturday.
Slough Town host AFC Bournemouth Under-23s in a friendly tonight (Tuesday) at Arbour Park, kick-off 7.30pm.
Slough are back in league action on Saturday away to Eastbourne Borough.
Marlow host Aylesbury United in a FA Cup First Qualifying Round replay tonight (Tuesday) after their initial contest ended goalless.
The winners will travel to either Chalfont St Peter or Kempston Rovers.
Barnet 1, Maidenhead United 0
Burnham 1, Bury Town 0
Aylesbury United 0, Marlow 0
Royal Wootton bassett 2, Flackwell Heath 1
Penn & Tylers Green 2, Holyport 1
Charlton 3, Wycombe Wanderers 2
Woodley United 2, Holyport 4 (cup)
Burnham v Binfield Reserves (cup)
Marlow v Aylesbury United (cup)
Ardley United v Flackwell Heath
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