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Town land another home tie in FA Cup


WARRINGTON Town’s reward for their FA Cup winning exploits is another home draw in the 2nd Qualfying Round.
Town, who beat Unibond Premier outfit Nantwich 1-0 on Saturday have been drawn at home to Radcliffe Borough,
also from the Unibond Division North.
Town manager Joey Dunn said “anyone at home” was what he wanted and will be hopefully os seeing his side
progress to the third qualifying round, while taking nothing for granted.
The game will take place at Cantilever Park on Saturday September 26 kick off 3pm.

Draw for the 2nd Qualifying Round of this seasons FA Cup includes the following ties involving UniBond League clubs :-

Atherton LR or Congleton Town v Worksop Town or Frickley Athletic
Blyth Spartans AFC v Ossett Albion
Bradford (Park Avenue) v Harrogate Town
Buxton v AFC Fylde
Chorley v Ashton United
Droylsden v FC Halifax Town
Guiseley AFC v Bamber Bridge
Horden CW or Durham City v Burscough
Hyde United v Salford City
Kendal Town v Ossett Town
Lowestoft Town v Boston United
Market Drayton Town v Gainsborough Trinity
Matlock Town or Sleaford Town v Bury Town
Mickleover Sports v Solihull Moors
North Ferriby United v FC United Of Manchester
Nuneaton Town v Carlton Town
Retford United or Lincoln United v Jarrow Roofing Boldon CA
Rugby Town v Hucknall Town
Stocksbridge Park Steels v Stalybridge Celtic
Warrington Town v Radcliffe Borough
Whitby Town v Vauxhall Motors
Workington v Cammell Laird

Ties to be played Saturday 26th September.


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