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FA Trophy draw 2014-15

04 July 2014
by Steve Tervet

Whitstable (red) take on Ebbsfleet in the second round of last season's FA Trophy Picture Tony Flashman

Whitstable (red) take on Ebbsfleet in the second round of last season's FA Trophy Picture: Tony Flashman

Local rivals Ramsgate and Folkestone will clash in the preliminary round of this season's FA Trophy.

Neil Cugley's side will make the short trip to Thanet on October 18 for one of the ties of the round.

Having reached the second round proper of last season's competition, Whitstable Town have been drawn away to North Greenford United.

In one of the few clear-cut first round qualifying ties, VCD Athletic will host Tonbridge Angels.



Cray Wanderers v Hastings United

Heybridge Swifts v Herne Bay

Whitstable Town v AFC Sudbury

Horsham v Sittingbourne

North Greenford United v Chatham Town

Aylesbury United v Thamesmead Town

Ramsgate v Folkestone Invicta

Beaconsfield SYCOB v Faversham Town

Hythe Town v Maldon & Tiptree



Aylesbury United or Thamesmead Town v Three Bridges or Carshalton Athletic

Maidstone United v Needham Market or Walton & Hersham

Worthing v North Greenford United or Chatham Town

Horsham or Sittingbourne v Ware or Great Wakering Rovers

Ramsgate or Folkestone Invicta v Thurrock or Tilbury

Margate v Slough Town

Romford or Uxbridge v Hythe Town or Maldon & Tiptree

Cray Wanderers or Hastings United v Beaconsfield SYCOB or Faversham Town

VCD Athletic v Tonbridge Angels

Bognor Regis Town v Whitstable Town or AFC Sudbury

Cheshunt or South Park v Heybridge Swifts or Herne Bay





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