Published: 13:04, 15 November 2021
| Updated: 13:35, 15 November 2021
The draw has been made for the second round of the FA Trophy.
It will see Cray Wanderers manager Danny Kedwell up against one of his former clubs with Ebbsfleet United drawn away to the Isthmian Premier side.
Kedwell left Ebbsfleet in the summer of 2019 after a successful time at Stonebridge Road, scoring 45 goals in 136 appearances having joined in 2015 from Gillingham.
He took over as manager of Cray Wanderers, who sit 18th in Isthmian Premier, in the summer.
Other familiar Fleet faces at Cray include Anthony Cook and Andy Drury while they also have ex-Dartford forward Chris Dickson in their squad.
Folkestone's reward for winning a derby against Faversham on Saturday is a trip to Hartley Wintney - who are 18th in Southern Premier South, the same level as Folkestone.
Dartford were also handed an away tie, at fellow National League South outfit Bath, while Welling visit Hungerford.
A third all-National League South tie sees Maidstone host struggling Billericay at the Gallagher.
Steve McKimm's Tonbridge side will visit Canvey Island, who sit top of Isthmian North - two levels below the Angels.
Winning clubs will pocket £3,750 in prize money with losing sides taking £1,000.
FA Trophy second round draw (November 27): Bath City v Dartford, Canvey Island v Tonbridge Angels, Cray Wanderers v Ebbsfleet United, Hartley Wintney v Folkestone Invicta, Hungerford Town v Welling United, Maidstone United v Billericay Town.