The FA Cup Third Qualifying Round Draw Has Been Made

By Sam Elliott

Clubs have discovered their FA Cup fate after the draw was this afternoon made.

The third qualifying ties will take place in two weeks' time in the round before the National League clubs enter at the next stage.

But first there are 20 replays taking place this week, starting tonight and ending on Wednesday evening.

The winners receive a cheque for £5,625, with defeated clubs also going home with £1,875.

National League North leaders Tamworth face a tricky trip to Coalville Town as Rushall Olympic weclome Boston United.

Billericay Town host St Albans City, who have enjoyed recent good runs.

There will also be some costal collisions. Worthing face Whitehawk while there's another big south west affair - Weymouth host Bath City, who got out of jail against Larkhall.

Slough Town have a demanding challenge at Salisbury, who hit five in the last round.

It will be an all National League North tie if Chorley get past Runcorn as Curzon Ashton await with Welling's reward for defeating Dartford a game at Gosport Borough.

The draw in full:
Blyth Spartans or Bradford PA vs Worksop
Darlington vs Farsley or Scarborough A
Leek Town vs South Shields
Chester vs Nantwich Town
Hyde United vs Spennymoor or Marine
Curzon Ashton vs Runcorn or Chorley
Alfreton Town vs Mossley or Emley
Hereford vs Cambridge City
Kings Lynn Town or Aveley vs Hornchurch
Gorleston vs Hemel Hempstead Town
Coalville Town vs Tamworth
Bromsgrove S vs Ware or Chelmsford C
Rushall Olympic vs Boston United
Peterborough S or Redditch U vs Needham M
Canvey Island or Braintree Town vs Scunthorpe United or Brackley Town
Billericay Town vs St Albans City
Wingate & F or Farnborough vs Weston
Dover Athletic vs Haringey Borough
Yeovil Town vs Didcot Town
Salisbury vs Slough Town
Gosport Borough vs Welling United
Torquay United vs Hungerford Town
Reading City or Winchester City vs Maidstone
Lewes vs Hampton & Richmond Borough
Worthing vs Whitehawk
Weymouth vs Bath City

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