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FA Cup draw hands Soham Town Rangers a trip to Cray Wanderers while AFC Sudbury and Needham Market also face potential away ties

The draw for the second qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup has handed Soham Town Rangers a trip to Cray Wanderers over the weekend of September 20.

The Greens, who have made it through to this stage of the competition for the first time since 2007/08, advanced on Saturday thanks to a 3-0 home win over lower-league Whitton United.

As for Cray, they ply their trade a level higher than Soham in the BetVictor League Premier Division following last season's South East Division title-winning triumph.

Soham Town Rangers
Soham Town Rangers

Meanwhile, AFC Sudbury will also be away from home should they win tomorrow night's replay at home against Deeping Rangers (follow @russclaydon on Twitter for updates).

Hendon lie in wait for the winner's of the clash at King's Marsh, with Saturday's first meeting having ended 2-2.

And Needham Market will also be on their travels, with a clash against fellow Suffolk side Lowestoft Town the prize for getting the better of Dereham Town in tomorrow's replay (follow @HannahDolman1 on Twitter for updates).

* Winning clubs will receive £6,750 from the FA prize fund while losing clubs will collect £2,250.