Published: 13:00, 30 October 2017 |
Updated: 13:36, 30 October 2017
Margate have been handed a home tie in the Buildbase FA Trophy second qualifying round.
Steve Watt's side, 3-0 winners at Bostik Premier rivals Staines Town on Saturday, will face either Bowers & Pitsea or Egham Town at Hartsdown Park.
Thamesmead, the only other Kent side definitely through after the weekend, are at home to Metropolitan Police.
Tonbridge will be away to Dorchester if they come through their replay with Heybridge Swifts, while Folkestone will travel to Dorking Wanderers if they get past Leiston.
Sittingbourne wil host Harrow or Haringey Borough if they win their replay against Merstham while Cray Wanderers will visit Moneyfields if they beat Grays.
The ties are due to be played on Saturday, November 11.
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