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FA Trophy third qualifying round draw

By Steve Tervet

The draw for the FA Trophy third qualifying round was made on Monday afternoon.

Dartford, second in National League South, enter the competition with a trip to Brentwood, who are struggling towards the bottom of Bostik North - two divisions below.

Welling United will be at home to their league rivals Weston-super-Mare.

Action from Sittingbourne's draw with Haringey Picture John Westhrop

Action from Sittingbourne's draw with Haringey Picture: John Westhrop

Two of the other three Kent clubs in the draw face replays after drawing at the weekend.

Sittingbourne will host Thame United if they can see off Haringey Borough at the second attempt on Monday night, while Margate will be playing for the right to visit Bath City when their tie against Bowers & Pitsea goes ahead.

The game between Moneyfields and Cray Wanderers was postponed on Saturday so they'll try again on Tuesday, with the winners going through to visit Braintree Town.

The ties will be played over the weekend of November 25.

 

FA TROPHY THIRD QUALIFYING ROUND

Bath City v Margate or Bowers & Pitsea

Braintree Town v Moneyfields or Cray Wanderers

Brentwood Town v Dartford

Sittingbourne or Haringey Borough v Thame United

Welling United v Weston-super-Mare

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