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Aylesbury's match against Marlow was abandoned following a serious injury to Ollie Hogg.
The young midfielder was caught on 61 minutes, and it was soon evident was in serious discomfort.
Following treatment on the pitch and an hour-long wait for the ambulance, referee Mr Evans took the decision to abandon the match.
At that point Aylesbury were trailing their visitors by 2-0 following two first half goals.
Details of the rearranged fixture will be announced in due course.
We naturally wish a speedy recovery to Ollie from what is a possible broken leg.
Following the victory over Chatham Town in the last round, Aylesbury United have been drawn to play Hastings United (A) in the next round. The match will be played on Sat 29th October at The Pilot Field, the home of Hastings United.
The club will be running a coach to the match, which is planned to leave The ASM Stadium at Thame at 09-45 on the day (Time now confirmed).Thame FC have agreed that supporters may leave their cars at the ground during the day. In addition Thame have agreed to put on a breakfast for supporters prior to the coach leaving. This will be served from 9-15 and will consist of Scrambled Egg, Baked Beans and Toast, with tea or coffee.
Cost of Coach Travel: £10-00
Cost of Breakfast: £3-50 Breakfast must be ordered and paid for in advance.
Tea or Coffee £1-00 (Pay on the Day)
There will be 20 spaces available on a first come, first served basis. To reserve a seat on the coach and pay for breakfast (if required), please see Ian Pluck at either the home match against Marlow on Sat 22nd Oct, or at the match at Kempston on Tue 25th Oct. Full payment will be needed in advance to secure a place. If you are unable to attend either match, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, to reserve your seat. Payment detaIls for those people will be advised by return email.
Aylesbury got back to winning ways in the league with a 2-1 victory at struggling Histon.
Ollie Hogg's first two goals for the club - a brave header then close range finish - gave United a commanding lead and it looked like a case of 'how many' with only 20 minutes played.
The Stutes have amassed only one point this season, but with a new manager in Lance Key emerged for the second half fired up.
Aylesbury, having already lost Ellis Hercules to injury, were temporarily reduced to ten-men as his centre half partner Ryan Kinnane was also forced out.
Histon seized this moment, just two minutes after half time, to pull a goal back, and it was game on!
A barrage of pressure followed, but Aylesbury weathered the storm, and several close calls, to leave Cambridgeshire with the expected three points.
Aylesbury progressed in the Southern League Challenge Cup after beating Wantage Town 5-3 on penalties following a goalless draw.
Goalkeeper Zaki Oualah made himself the hero of the hour by saving Town's 4th penalty and then stepping up to score the decider himself.
Aylesbury had dominated the first half with a catalogue of chanves going begging, before a more subdued second period lead to the match, as per competition rules, going straight to spot kicks.
The Ducks will now be away at Kidlington in the next round.
After four games without a goal the Ducks addressed that by scoring four goals in one match. An early goal, his first for the club, from Josh Baines was followed by a penalty from Chid Onokwai on his home debut.
Although Chatham pulled a goal back shortly before half time, further goals from Jack Wood and substitute Jordon Frederick sealed a comfortable win.