Kidderminster Harriers were today handed a trip to Bradford Park Avenue in the FA Cup fourth qualifying round.
Steve Burr’s side, who like all Skrill Conference outfits have received a bye to this stage, will make the trip to Yorkshire looking to qualify for the first round proper when League One and League Two teams enter the competition.
The Avenue, who are one of a small number of clubs to have played in all four league divisions, are eighth in the Skrill North table.
Several other local non-league clubs will also be looking to progress having come through Saturday’s third qualifying round.
Stourbridge, who earned their passage to the fourth qualifying round courtesy of Saturday’s 3-0 win over Curzon Ashton, were given a trip to Skrill North bottom club Workington.
Gary Hackett’s side reached the first round proper in both 2009 and 2011 – famously beating Plymouth on the latter occasion.
Rushall hit the headlines over the weekend by knocking out Skrill North strugglers Stockport County, will have to go one better after being drawn away at Grimsby Town.
The win at Edgley Park came after Rushall were reinstatedbecause Gainsborough, who had beaten them in the second qualifying round, were booted out for fielding an ineligible player.
rimsby, managed by Rob Scott, are currently eighth in the Skrill Conference standings.
Hednesford Town face their long journey to West Auckland tomorrow for their third qualifying round replay knowing the prize for victory is a trip to Evo-Stik Premier side Stamford.
First Rob Smith’s side must get past Auckland following Saturday’s 2-2 draw.