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Tykeoldboy
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I'm doing a project at the moment and came across this from the 1968/69 FA Cup

1st Round - Southend United v King's Lynn 9-0
2nd Round - Southend United v Brentwood Town 10-1

Does anyone have any other instances of a team racking up large goal tally in consecutive games in an FA competition?

It's nothing to do with what I am working on, it's just curiosity.


Darren Lovell
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In 2011/12 season Maidstone United had a strong start to their FA Cup campaign.

Preliminary Round Corinthian 0-9 Maidstone United
1Q Round Banstead Athletic 1-9 Maidstone United

The next round saw a cup exit for The Stones at home at the hands of Bognor Regis Town (2-3)



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In 1962-63 season Mansfield reached the third round by playing five games

1st Round 3-3 vs Hounslow
And 9-2 in replay
2nd Round 2-2 vs Crystal Palace
And 7-2 in replay
3rd Round lost 2-3 to Ipswich

So a total agg score of 23 - 12

35 goals in five proper round games.


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Looking at the F.A. Youth Cup 1952-53 to 2006-07 (the last decade is still work in progress)

I have found 289 instances of 9 or more being scored in the 12,283 matches found so far

201 by the side drawn at home and 88 by the away side (although match venues may have subsequently been switched)

The highest (0-23) is an example of this where Nantwich v Manchester United was played at the latters training ground

9 goals 72 home + 38 away = 110
10 54+26 = 80
11 24+11 = 35
12 15+4 = 19
13 7+1 = 8
14 15+6 = 21
15 6+1 = 7
16 2+0 = 2
17 2+0 = 2
18 1+0 =1
19 2+0 = 2
20 0+0 = 0 (none)
21 1+0 = 1
22 0+0 = 0 (none)
23 0+1 = 1

There are 11 examples of a team scoring 9 or more twice in a season (not necessarily consecutively)
although 9 of those were before qualifying was introduced in 1962-63, and the other two were
before the current system was introduced in 1997-98 whereby league teams were exempted qualifying

Sunderland 55-56 9-0 R1, 9-2 R2
Chelsea 56-57 10-1 R1, 10-1 R3
Reading 56-57 10-0 R1, 11-1 R2
Sunderland 56-57 14-1 R1, 12-1 R2
Chelsea 57-58 12-0 PR, 14-0 R1, 11-0 R4 (three matches)
Chelsea 59-60 10-0 R1, 9-1 R2, 11-0 R3 replay (three matches)
Aston Villa 61-62 9-1 R1, 12-1 R3
Manchester United 61-62 10-1 R1, 9-0 R3
West Ham United 61-62 9-0 R1, 9-0 R2
York City 80-81 12-0 Q1, 10-0 Q2
Huddersfield Town 95-96 9-0 PR, 9-1 Q1


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Looking at the F.A. Youth Cup 1952-53 to 2006-07 (the last decade is still work in progress)


I am intrigued by the first line of your post, John. Does this mean we can expect an "FA Youth Cup Results" book (or web page) like the ones that Tony Brown and Fred Hawthorn did for the FA Cup and FA Amateur Cup respectively?

When producing programmes for games in this competition, it is pleasant to be able to include past record of opponents, as it often surprises the current crop who generally have only a year or two with their clubs. However, it's becoming increasingly awkward to trawl back through mountains of "Rothmans" (whose coverage is not 100% in any case) and a single source would be a godsend. And as far as I know the early seasons have never been tabulated: I don't have many pre-Rothmans publications, but even the FA Official Yearbook for 1961-2 only lists the previous year's Youth Cup results from the SECOND Round onwards.

As an impatient aside, would you happen to have a list of Huntley & Palmers' results from their record-breaking run to the semi-final?


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That is the aim.

I am now up to 2010-11 but three seasons in particular in the 50s are full of holes - so expect an appeal to the Kempster readership for help.

Numerous F.A. or Rothmans/Sky errors/omissions spotted and maybe others not found as not so obvious.

Happy to sort out any clubs you may "want"

Huntley & Palmers 52-3 to follow

Regards,

John


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Huntley & Palmer in the F.A. Youth Cup 1952-53

The initial season, 93 entries, no seeding/exemptions

1. bye
2. 10-0 H v Polytechnic (Chiswick)
3. 4-2 H v Headington United (Oxford)
4. 6-1 A v Vauxhall Motors (Luton)
drawn away but played at H&P in Reading
5 2-1 H v Bristol City
SF1 0-5 A v Wolverhampton W.
SF2 0-6 H v Wolverhampton W.
played at Elm Park, Reading


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Getting back to the original question!

Daventry Town have been the team to watch in the FA Cup this season

Extra Preliminary Round, 9-2 v Potton United
Preliminary Round, 7-5 v Yaxley

 
 


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