Duo handed home ties in Vase
Michael Bailey Lowestoft Town and Dereham Town have both been handed home ties in the FA Vase third round draw.Last season's finalists will welcome Middlesex side Harefield United to Crown Meadow after their weekend victory over Tiptree United.
Lowestoft Town and Dereham Town have both been handed home ties in the FA Vase third round draw.
Last season's finalists will welcome Middlesex side Harefield United to Crown Meadow after their weekend victory over Tiptree United. The Hares play their football in the Spartan South Midlands Football League Premier Division, a corresponding level to the Ridgeons League Premier Division.
Dereham Town have a similar challenge, their 1-0 win at Kirkley & Pakefield on Saturday earning them a home tie against Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League Premier side Molesey.
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With an FA Cup first round replay at Fleetwood Town still to look forward to, Suffolk-side Leiston face a visit from Aylesbury Vale in the Vase, while fellow Ridgeons Premier side and last season's semi-finalists Needham Market have also been giving a home draw, against St Neots Town.
Current holders AFC Fylde, who changed their name from Kirkham and Wesham in the summer, will pay either Alsager Town or Runcorn Linnets at home.
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Of the other Ridgeons sides still in the draw, Premier Division Wivenhoe Town will travel to Bedfordshire to play Biggleswade Town and Stanway Rovers have been given a home tie against Shoreham, while First Division FC Clacton will face Holbeach United.
All ties will take place on Saturday, December 6.