#SSEWFACup 1st Round Proper Draw Made

Redditch United were one of yesterday’s ‘giantkillers’ and next host FAWPL Midland Division leaders Loughborough Foxes, while Leyton Orient – top of the South East – go to third-placed Ipswich Town.

Sunday 12th November

Alnwick Town v Burnley / Wigan Athletic
Liverpool Marshalls Feds v CMB / Bolton Wanderers
Hull City v Steel City Wanderers
Norton & Stockton Ancients v Chorley
Hartlepool United v West Didsbury & Chorlton
Newcastle United v Sheffield United
Brighouse Town v Chester-Le-Street Town
Bedworth United v The New Saints
Redditch United v Loughborough Foxes
Nettleham v Loughborough Students
Sporting Khalsa v Eastwood
Cambridge United v Long Eaton United
Enfield Town v Wymondham Town
Harlow Town v Royston Town
Stevenage v Acle United
Ipswich Town v Leyton Orient
Ashford Town (Middx) v Milton Keynes Dons
Chesham United v New London Lionesses
AFC Wimbledon v Godalming Town
AFC Dunstable v Luton Town
Larkhall Athletic v Southampton WFC
Buckland Athletic v Brislington
Plymouth Argyle v Basingstoke Town
Southampton Saints v Keynsham Town

The two postponed ties will be played next Sunday (15 October), as Burnley and Wigan Athletic meet for the right to go to Alnwick Town who knocked out Rotherham United, while Liverpool Feds await the winners of CMB versus Bolton Wanderers.

Of the other lower league teams to beat FAWPL opponents, Bedworth United tackle TNS, Nettleham entertain fellow East Midlands side Loughborough Students, Wymondham Town await a welcome from Enfield Town, Harlow Town have home advantage over another Eastern Region outfit in Royston Town, Acle United are sent to Stevenage  Godalming have an all-Surrey challenge at AFC Wimbledon.

Brislington needed penalties to avoid going out to a South West League side and now they face another a testing tie away at Buckland Athletic.

AFC Dunstable have an attractive local derby with Premier League Luton Town and there’s a big match too for Ashford Town (Middx), who meet MK Dons.

It’s second against third from the South West Division 1, as Southampton Saints clash with Keynsham Town, while a couple of big club names are paired; Newcastle United home to Sheffield United.

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