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Home draws for King’s Lynn and Dereham in FA Trophy second qualifying round

13:15 03 November 2014

Cambridge United players celebrate victory following the FA Trophy final at Wembley in March 2014. Photo: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Cambridge United players celebrate victory following the FA Trophy final at Wembley in March 2014. Photo: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

Both King’s Lynn Town and Dereham Town could be at home in the second qualifying round of the FA Trophy.

The draw for the second qualifying round was made this lunchtime, with Dereham at home against south coast side Sholing, who won the FA Vase at Wembley last season.

The Linnets face a replay before they can think about the next round, after a 2-2 draw at Market Drayton Town on Saturday. The Shropshire side travel to The Walks for a replay tomorrow night.

If Lynn can take their second chance, they will be at home against either Carlton Town or Stourbridge.

Dereham advanced thanks to a 1-0 home win against higher level opponents Enfield Town, of the Ryman Premier, on Saturday.

Wroxham have already been knocked out of the competition and Lowestoft, as the region’s highest level team, have not yet entered.

The ties are scheduled to be played on Saturday, November 15, with the winners picking up £3,250 in prize money.

Full draw

Chasetown v Loughborough Dynamo

Spennymoor Town v Leek Town or Spalding United

Rushall Olympic v Stratford Town

Blyth Spartans v Halesowen Town or Matlock Town

St Neots Town v Darlington 1883

Curzon Ashton or Northwich Victoria v Barwell

Witton Albion v Workington

Market Drayton Town or King’s Lynn Town v Carlton Town or Stourbridge

Redditch United v Ossett Town or Trafford

Gresley v Goole

FC United of Manchester v Buxton

Nantwich Town v Ramsbottom United

Mickleover Sports v New Mills

Evesham United or Banbury United v Marine

Hereford United v Mangotsfield United

Witham Town v Truro City

Dereham Town v Sholing

Weymouth v Burnham or Hitchin Town

Maidstone United v Bognor Regis Town or AFC Sudbury

Metropolitan Police v Dulwich Hamlet

Barkingside v Horsham

Peacehaven & Telscombe v Thamesmead Town

Lewes v Heybridge Swifts

Leiston or Leighton Town v Paulton Rovers

Burgess Hill Town v Folkeston Invicta

Slough Town v Merthyr Town

Brentwood Town or Biggleswade Town v Poole Town

Uxbridge v Bideford or Didcot Town

Bedford Town v Chippenham Town

Whyteleafe v Canvey Island or Leatherhead

AFC Hornchurch v Merstham

Histon v Cray Wanderers

Hungerford Town or East Thurrock United v Arlesey Town

Hendon v Worthing or Chatham Town

Tonbridge Angels v Grays Athletic

Wimborne Town v Northwood

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