Lowestoft handed tricky FA Cup tie

PUBLISHED: 17:11 14 September 2010 | UPDATED: 10:34 14 October 2010

LOWESTOFT Town's reward for their 7-1 demolition of Desborough United on Saturday is a tough away trip in the second qualifying round of the FA Cup later this month.

LOWESTOFT Town's reward for their 7-1 demolition of Desborough United on Saturday is a tough away trip in the second qualifying round of the FA Cup later this month.

The Blues were the 62nd tie to be drawn out at Wembley this morning, and they face a trip to Dartford FC - the reigning Ryman League Premier Division champions.

Dartford now play in the Blue Square Bet South, and after eight league games thus far The Darts are 14th with two wins, three draws and three defeats to their name.

The Kent-based side play at Princes Park, are managed by Tony Burman, and include former England striker Teddy Sheringham's son - Charlie - in their line-up along with former Wales youth international defender Adam Gross.

Of the 80 ties, which were drawn out this morning and are due to be played on September 25, there will be 80 winners in the second round qualifying - meaning sides will be two victories away from the first round and £4,500 richer.

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