Non-League Day might have been last weekend, but the big games lower down the pyramid keep coming in Buckinghamshire this Saturday.

With most divisions in non-league set to end a week or two before the EFL, we’re well and truly in the business end of the season now.

Although it’s in the north of the county, the pick of the games this weekend is undoubtedly at Willen Road: the FA Vase semi-final between Newport Pagnell Town and Hamworthy United of Dorset.

Both clubs have won seven ties to reach this stage, and are now just one win away from a trip to Wembley Stadium against Littlehampton Town or Loughborough Students.

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Elsewhere, it’s another big weekend in the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division, where three of the four Bucks sides are at home, and the other are in action just over the border in Bedfordshire.

Risborough Rangers host Baldock Town in what will be their third game in five days as they continue to chase down league leaders New Salamis. Rangers are currently sitting three points adrift with two games in hand.

Amersham Town are in action this weekend

Amersham Town are in action this weekend

Holmer Green welcome Dunstable Town to Watchet Lane and Aylesbury Vale Dynamos entertain London Colney, while Flackwell Heath travel to Leighton Town in a clash between 4th and 5th.

In the Isthmian League Division One South Central, there are two games in Bucks. Marlow take on Basingstoke Town in a massive game in the play-off race, the Blues knowing they’ll go just one point behind the ‘Stoke if they win.

Chalfont St Peter host Tooting & Mitcham United in a meeting between two of the division’s bottom three sides.

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Also in the eighth tier, there’s action at The Meadow in Chesham, where Aylesbury United welcome FC Romania.

Going back down the leagues, and there are four tenth-tier games of note in the county. In the north, Winslow United play Shefford Town & Campton, and Buckingham Athletic welcome Bedford FC.

Bedford were bought by bitcoin podcaster Peter McCormack, who has plans to take the club to the Premier League, but they won’t be taking a step towards that aim this season.

Can Dyanmos continue their success in high numbered crowds at their next match this weekend?

Can Dynamos continue their success in high numbered crowds at their next match this weekend? 

Back in south Bucks, Penn & Tylers Green host Rushden & Higham United, and Amersham Town play Letchworth Garden City Eagles.

Finally, not far away in Berkshire, there’s action in the Combined Counties League Division One North, where Holyport welcome Spelthorne Sports to Summerleaze Village.