After the game on Saturday, Shortwood manager John Evans gave his views on the game
Shortwood United will host League One side Port Vale in the first round of the FA Cup if they beat Aldershot in a replay on Tuesday night. The Gloucestershire side trailed to a Brett Williams penalty in the final qualifying round on Saturday but rescued a draw with a late goal from Sean Lawson.
FA Cup 3rd qualifying round results:
Bridgwater Town 0 Bath City 3
Cirencester Town 1 Weymouth 2
Hartley Witney 1 Clevedon Town 1
Weston-super-Mare 2 Brislington 3
Yate Town 2 Gloucester city 2
Cheltenham Town are taking on premier league giants Everton tonight in the third round of the FA Cup.
Their Whaddon Road ground will be full to capacity, with all seven thousand tickets sold.
The match starts at 7.45pm.
Cheltenham Town have their biggest match of the season on Monday as Premier League Everton visit Whaddon Road in the FA Cup Third Round.Read the full story ›
Cheltenham Town are preparing for their second FA Cup tie against Premier League opponents in a year.
Last season they drew Tottenham Hotspur away in the third round and on Monday evening they'll host Everton at the same stage of the competition.
It will be a big earner for the League Two club, but as our sports correspondent Matthias Kurth reports, they believe they're in with a sporting chance:
Supporters going to the Cheltenham Town v Everton FA Cup match at Whaddon Road on Monday are being warned of potential parking issues.
Tickets for the match are sold out and there will be no public parking at Cheltenham Town Football Club. The Club will provide a free park-and-ride service from the racecourse to Whaddon Road both before and after the game.
It’s anticipated that the spaces in the local area that are usually used by supporters will also be unavailable, so supporters are encouraged to make use of the free bus service.
More details on the buses can be found here.
Cheltenham Town manager Mark Yates felt his side deserved to progress to the FA Cup third round at the expense of Hereford United last night. The Robins won 2-1 thanks to a goal in extra time from Kaid Mohamed and Yates claimed his team's attacking approach paid off.
Cheltenham Town are set for a windfall in excess of £200,000 after clinching an FA Cup third round tie at home to Premiership side Everton. Kaid Mohamed's extra time header settled last night's second round replay at Hereford, with Cheltenham winning 2-1.
Click above to watch the highlights of last night's match at a foggy Edgar Street.
In football, non-league Dorchester Town could make it through to the lucrative third round of the FA Cup tomorrow.
They beat Plymouth Argyle earlier this month in a shock result of the first round and now face Luton Town for a place in Sunday's draw. Here's Matthias Kurth