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FA Cup second qualifying round draw 2017/18

By KentOnline reporter

Dartford and Welling United have both been drawn at home in the FA Cup second qualifying round.

National League South clubs enter the competition at this stage and Tony Burman's Darts will entertain Barking of Bostik North while Welling will host the winners of the replay between Haringey Borough and Hitchin Town.

Thamesmead Town have drawn big-spending Billericay Town, who won in front of the TV cameras on Saturday, while Faversham Town's reward for beating Kent rivals Tonbridge is a trip to Wealdstone of National League South.

Faversham knocked out Tonbridge in the last round Picture Chris Davey

Faversham knocked out Tonbridge in the last round Picture: Chris Davey

In-form Folkestone Invicta also have a home tie, against Bostik Premier rivals Tooting & Mitcham, while Phoenix Sports will make the short trip to Glebe.

Herne Bay and Margate both face away trips as will Tunbridge Wells and Ramsgate if they can win their replays on Tuesday night.

The ties will be played over the weekend of September 16 with £4,500 up for grabs in prize money.

 

FA CUP SECOND QUALIFYING ROUND

Chelmsford City v Ramsgate or Egham Town

Concord Rangers v Haywards Heath Town or Tunbridge Wells

Dartford v Barking

Folkestone Invicta v Tooting & Mitcham United

Glebe v Phoenix Sports

Horsham v Herne Bay

Kings Langley v Margate

Thamesmead Town v Billericay Town

Wealdstone v Faversham Town

Welling United v Haringey Borough or Hitchin Town

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