It was the draw that the entire Stacey family were dreaming of - Wingate & Finchley vs Wealdstone in the Middlesex County FA Ritson U18 Cup. The sides were paired together in the Quarter Final following Wealdstone's win over Stevenage on Wednesday. Blues manager Andy Stacey says it will be "interesting" facing his son Teddy; captain of the Stones side. Andy said "They got the result that I and our whole team wanted last night. To come up against my son's team makes it all the more exciting. I might have to ground him for that night though! I think the only member of my house who is supporting Wingate with me against Wealdstone will be my 2 year old Grandson Kade. It will be a tough game as they haven't lost all season and are in the 2nd round of the FA Youth Cup, but I have the players, coaches and a plan." Teddy has faced Wingate & Finchley for Wealdstone before, since his move across London in 2013, though the meeting was before father Andy took the managerial reigns of the U18 side. The match is yet to be scheduled.