LEAGUE newcomers Wroxham will entertain the side they replaced in Ryman North, Great Wakering Rovers, in the preliminary round of the FA Cup on August 25.
The revised draw after today's extra preliminary round ties:
AFC Dunstable v Redbridge AFC Sudbury v Ilford Barkingside or Gt Yarmouth Tn (replay Tuesday)v Witham Town Biggleswade United v Ware Burgess Hill Town v Littlehampton Town or Molesey(playing Sunday) Chatham Town v Peacehaven & Telscombe Cheshunt v Potters Bar Town Chipstead v Crowborough Athletic Crawley Down Gatwick v Tooting & Mitcham United Dulwich Hamlet v Hythe Town Eastbourne Tn v Chessington & Hook Utd or Warlingham (replay Wednesday) Epsom & Ewell v Three Bridges Faversham Town v Ringmer Felixstowe & Walton United v Heybridge Swifts Godalming Town v Ramsgate Grays Athletic v Takeley Halstead Town v Brentwood Town Haringey & Waltham Development v Waltham Abbey Harlow Town v Hadleigh United Herne Bay v Folkestone Invicta Horley Town v Leatherhead Horsham v Raynes Park Vale Maidstone United v Shoreham or Colliers Wood United(replay Wednesday) Maldon & Tiptree v London APSA Merstham v Walton & Hersham Needham Market v Gorleston Redhill v Corinthian-Casuals Romford v Waltham Forest Sittingbourne v Burnham Soham Town Rangers v Burnham Ramblers Tilbury v Brantham Athletic VCD Athletic v Whitstable Town Walton Casuals v Thamesmead Town Whitton United v Aveley Worthing v St Francis Rangers or Rye United(playing Sunday) Wroxham v Great Wakering Rovers
Maidstone are favourites
FOR this writer, at least, the team of last season in the Ryman League were Dulwich Hamlet (pictured). They were edged out into third place in a three-way battle for the Ryman South title and lost the play-off final for the second year running.
Kinnear adds striker Rook
MARGATE manager Chris Kinnear has added experienced striker Carl Rook (pictured, centre, by Don Walker) to his options for the new Ryman Premier season.