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FA Vase: Lopes Tavares progress while Redbridge, Tower Hamlets and Newbury Forest crash out

PUBLISHED: 10:57 15 September 2019 | UPDATED: 10:57 15 September 2019

Chris Davis (left) is the new manager of Lopes Tavares (pic: Tim Edwards).

Chris Davis (left) is the new manager of Lopes Tavares (pic: Tim Edwards).

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Lopes Tavares progressed into the next round of the FA Vase while Redbridge, Tower Hamlets and Newbury Forest crashed out of the cup competition.

Chris Davis' Tavares cruised to a comfortable 4-1 victory over Catholic United to bag £725 in prize money and a spot in the third qualifying round.

Tom Hollingsworth scored the consolation goal for the visitors at the Terrence MacMillian Stadium

Redbridge suffered a 4-1 defeat to Thurlow Nunn Premier Division outfit FC Clacton in their match.

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Goals from Harry McDonald, Jordan Lartey, Callum Griffith and Clowsley to seal their progress despite a goal from Kane Hearn.

Griffith found the net in added time in the first-half to take a lead into the break for the hosts and three minutes into the second-half Clowsley doubled their lead.

Hearn pulled one back however in the 51st minute but it counted for little as Lartey made it 3-1 in the 70th minute.

McDonald then sealed the 4-1 win as he fired home in the 92nd minute of the match.

Tower Hamlets lost 2-0 to New Salamis in their tie on Friday evening.

Newbury Forest were knocked out with a 3-0 defeat to White Ensign thanks to goals from Brett Munyard, John Hilliard, and Jake McWee.

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