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FA Vase second round draw

By KentOnline reporter

The second round draw of the FA Vase has delivered two all-Southern Counties East League ties.

Sheppey, who beat Division 1 Fisher on Saturday in the first round, will host Beckenham Town in round two. The other tie sees Crowborough Athletic host Croydon.

There is potentially a third tie involving two teams from the league as Meridian will host the winners of the replay between Erith & Belvedere and Horley Town.

The FA Vase final will be held at Wembley. Picture Barry Goodwin

The FA Vase final will be held at Wembley. Picture: Barry Goodwin

There was home advantage in the draw for Erith Town, who entertain mid-table Hellenic League Premier Division side Windsor.

Whitstable will fancy their chances at home to Epsom & Ewell, who sit bottom of the Combined Counties League Premier Division.

Corinthian host Eastbourne Town, who are fourth in the Southern Combination League Premier Division.

Deal and Sevenoaks both face teams in the top three of that league. Deal face the long trip to Chichester City while Sevenoaks visit current leaders Haywards Heath Town.

Canterbury are away to Combined Counties League Premier Division leaders Westfield.

Lordswood visit step 6 Southall, who are top of Spartan South Midlands Division 1 with 10 wins and a draw from their 11 league games.

Cray Valley, who field former Gillingham coach Jamie Day and ex-Charlton striker Kevin Lisbie, make the trip to Bracknell Town, who are third in the Hellenic League.

The ties are due to be played on Saturday, November 11, with prize money on offer to the winners of £900. Losing clubs will pick up £300.

FA Vase second round draw:

Erith Town v Windsor
Haywards Heath Town v Sevenoaks Town
Whitstable Town v Epsom & Ewell
Meridian VP v Erith & Belvedere or Horley Town
Sheppey United v Beckenham Town
Westfield v Canterbury City
Southall v Lordswood
Crowborough Athletic v Croydon
Bracknell Town v Cray Valley
Corinthian v Eastbourne Town
Chichester City v Deal Town

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