Cup misery continues for March Town United as they crash out of the FA Vase

PUBLISHED: 17:09 10 September 2011 | UPDATED: 09:30 12 September 2011

Ash Brand (blue) was sensational after coming on at half time for March Town United during Tuesday's 3-2 FA Cup replay defeat to Wisbech Town

Ash Brand (blue) was sensational after coming on at half time for March Town United during Tuesday's 3-2 FA Cup replay defeat to Wisbech Town

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FA Vase First Qualifying Round: Mildenhall Town 6 March Town United 1

MARCH Town United exited their second cup competition this week to higher-league opposition with a crushing 6-1 defeat at high-flying Mildenhall Town.

It was always going to be tough for Brett Whaley’s Ridgeons First Division side after Tuesday’s 3-2 FA Cup Preliminary Round replay exit to rivals Wisbech Town.

Things didn’t improve after Mildenhall - unbeaten in five matches and currently second in the Ridgeons Premier Division - took a 1-0 lead into the break and quickly doubled their advantage after the restart.

Adam Rothery pulled a goal back for the Hares but the home side added a third moments later to put one foot in the next round.

And as a desperate March pushed forward in search of an equaliser they conceded three goals in the closing stages to cap off a miserable week of cup football for the Hares.

Whaley’s side return to league action next Saturday against Stowmarket Town at home.

• To find out how Wisbech Town got on in their Ridgeons Premier Division match today click on the related link on the right-hand side of the page.

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