Saffron Walden Town learn FA Cup, FA Vase and FA Youth Cup fate

PUBLISHED: 15:41 08 July 2016

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Saffron Walden Town will host Thurlow Nunn Premier Division rivals Mildenhall Town in the FA Cup extra preliminary round following the draw this morning (Friday).

The tie will take place on Saturday, August 6.

Should Stuart Wardley’s men advance they will travel to either Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division side St Margaretsbury or Thurlow Premier rivals Long Melford on Saturday, August 20.

In FA Vase first round qualifying, the Bloods face a trip to Essex Senior League side Stansted on Saturday, September 10.

The victor will travel to Eastern Counties League’s Cornard United on Saturday, September 24.

Finally, in the FA Youth Cup preliminary round, Town host Barking in the week commencing Monday, September 5.

A trip to Wadham Lodge is on offer for Walden in the week commencing Monday, September 19 if they progress.

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