FA Vase: Canning Town rewarded with home tie against Biggleswade

PUBLISHED: 13:18 26 September 2016 | UPDATED: 13:18 26 September 2016

The FA Vase Trophy (pic Empics)

The FA Vase Trophy (pic Empics)


Sporting Bengal United, London Bari, Ilford and Barking also discover fate

Canning Town’s reward for making the first round proper of the FA Vase for the first time is a home tie against Biggleswade.

Lee Wilson’s men made history by beating Southend Manor of the Essex Senior League on penalties and the Essex Olympian League side will now host the Spartan South Midlands League Division One.

Elsewhere, Sporting Bengal United are also at home as they welcome Southall, who play in the same league as Biggleswade, to the Mile End Stadium.

London Bari, who beat divisional rivals Barkingside to progress, are away to Broadfields United, who also ply their trade in the Spartan South Midlands League Division One.

Ilford are another Essex Senior League team on the road at Spartan South Midlands League Division One opposition as they tackle St Margaretsbury.

Barking buck the tred, though, as they have been drawn away to Gorleston of the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division.

All ties are scheduled for the weekend of October 22, with any replays to take place before October 27.

First round draw, selected ties: SPORTING BENGAL UNITED v Southall; Broadfields United v LONDON BARI; CANNING TOWN v Biggleswade; Gorleston v BARKING; St Margaretsbury v ILFORD

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