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Stratford Town drawn away to Boston United in FA Cup fourth qualifying round




STRATFORD Town’s reward for reaching the FA Cup fourth qualifying round for the very first time in their history is a trip to Boston United.

The Bards will visit the National League North outfit on Saturday, 16th October knowing a win would see them progress to the first round 'proper'.

The winners will receive £9,375 and the losers take home £3,125.

So far Stratford Town have picked up £11,250 in prize money from this year’s history-making FA Cup run.

The Bards booked their place in the fourth qualifying round with a 3-2 victory over Long Eaton United at the Arden Garages Stadium, with Lewis Wilson scoring the winner seven minutes from time.

Enoch Andoh and captain Will Grocott were also on target for Paul Davis's men.



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