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The full 2019/20 FA Vase Third Round draw

The draw was made on Monday afternoon

The full 2019/20 FA Vase Third Round draw

The draw has been made for the Third Round of the Buildbase FA Vase with Berkshire sides Binfield given a home tie and Ascot United away – assuming they get past Abbey Rangers in the Second Round.

Ascot are due to play Abbey Rangers in the Second Round on Tuesday 5th November. Third Round ties will be played over the weekend of Saturday 30th November.

1 Selby Town or Bridlington Town v Stockton Town
2 Vauxhall Motors v Newcastle Benfield
3 Lower Breck v Hebburn Town
4 Northwich Victoria v Consett or Wythenshawe Town
5 Congleton Town or Maine Road v Longridge Town
6 West Auckland Town v Yorkshire Amateur
7 Coventry United v Grimsby Borough
8 Leicester Nirvana or Westfields v Lutterworth Town or Eastwood Community
9 Worcester City or Dunkirk v Shepshed Dynamo or Cadbury Athletic
10 Heanor Town v Sporting Khalsa
11 Lye Town v Walsall Wood or Uttoxeter Town
12 Malvern Town v Atherstone Town
or Loughborough University
13 AFC Mansfield v Newark Flowserve
14 South Normanton Athletic v Clay Cross Town or Sherwood Colliery or Rothwell Corinthians
15 Newport Pagnell Town v Kirkley & Pakefield
16 White Ensign or Wroxham v Wellingborough Town
17 Woodbridge Town v Stanway Rovers
18 Stowmarket Town v Stansted
19 FC Clacton v Eynesbury Rovers
20 Bearsted or Chatham Town v Welling Town
21 Deal Town v Southall
22 Glebe v Newhaven
23 Corinthian v Abbey Rangers or Ascot United
24 Lancing v Sutton Common Rovers
25 Leighton Town v Eastbourne Town
26 Binfield v AFC Uckfield Town
27 Baffins Milton Rovers v Saltash United or Bridgwater Town or Bradford Town
28 Bitton or Fairford Town v Cribbs
29 Hamworthy United v Plymouth Parkway
30 Christchurch or Badshot Lea v Falmouth Town
31 Tavistock or Exmouth Town v Buckland Athletic
32 Petersfield Town v Warminster Town or Roman Glass St George

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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