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FA Cup second qualifying round draw featuring Dartford, Ebbsfleet United, Margate and Welling United

By KentOnline reporter

Kent's clubs all avoided each other in the draw for the second qualifying round of the FA Cup.

Dartford have been handed a difficult trip to National South rivals Chelmsford but the draw has been kinder to Ebbsfleet United, who will host AFC Sudbury of the Ryman League Premier Division.

Margate will also be at home, to Southern Premier side Biggleswade Town, while a trip to Whyteleafe lies in store for Welling United.

Herne Bay knocked out Ashford Town to reach the second qualifying round Picture Brian Green

Herne Bay knocked out Ashford Town to reach the second qualifying round Picture: Brian Green

Folkestone Invicta, Faversham Town and Hythe Town have all been drawn at home, to Waltham Forest, Hitchin and Walton Casuals respectively, although Herne Bay must travel to Hemel Hempstead.

If Tonbridge Angels win their replay against Ascot on Tuesday night, they will be away to Wingate & Finchley, although Kent's lowest-ranked club left in the competition are playing for the right to be at home in the next round.

Sevenoaks Town, who held Lewes to a 0-0 draw on their own patch at the weekend, will host Chesham United next if they come through Wednesday's replay at Greatness Park.

The ties will be played over the weekend of September 17.



Chelmsford City v Dartford

Ebbsfleet United v AFC Sudbury

Egham Town v VCD Athletic

Faversham Town v Hitchin Town

Folkestone Invicta v Waltham Forest

Hanwell Town v Thamesmead Town

Hemel Hempstead Town v Herne Bay

Hythe Town v Walton Casuals

Lewes or Sevenoaks Town v Chesham United

Margate v Biggleswade Town

Whyteleafe v Welling United

Wingate & Finchley v Ascot United or Tonbridge Angels

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