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Date: 12-12-16 gif Harriers wait on for their next opponents
The Harriers went into the hat for round two of the FA Trophy today and their reward for putting paid to AFC Telfords hopes on Saturday is another home draw.

We'll have to wait to see who we finally get though because Woking and Ebbsfleet Utd played out a 1-1 draw on Saturday and we'll all now need to wait until tomorrow evening to see which of those two we get.  Woking play at our old level of the Conference Premier and have been struggling this season, although they have improved in recent weeks, and sit in nineteenth place in the league.  Ebbsfleet are doing slightly better in the Conference South and are well placed in third position.

The game will be played on January 14th meaning that our arranged game away at Stalybridge will now need to be re-arranged.

The full draw is as follows:

Worthing v Sutton United

Tranmere Rovers v South Park or North Leigh

Bromley or Leiston v Welling United

East Thurrock United v Braintree Town or Aldershot Town

Nuneaton Town v Guiseley

Boreham Wood or Maidstone United v Alfreton Town

Harrogate Town or Barrow v Matlock Town

Southport v Wealdstone or Wingate & Finchley

Gateshead v Shaw Lane Association or Nantwich or Lincoln City

Dartford or Dover Athletic v Chelmsford City

Kidderminster Harriers v Ebbsfleet United or Woking

Harlow Town v York City

AFC Sudbury v Altrincham or Macclesfield Town

Whitehawk or Weymouth v Dulwich Hamlet or Royston Town

Witton Albion or Chester v Forest Green Rovers or Truro City

Stockport County v AFC Fylde or Brackley Town

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