Leek Town will face Kings Lynn Town in the next round of the Emirates FA Cup

LEEK Town will face Kings Lynn Town at home in the third qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup on Saturdat, October 5.
Kings Lynn won their second qualifying round replay against Vanarama National League rivals Alfreton Town 2-0 on Norfolk last night, after drawing 1-1 in Derbyshire at the weekend.
Blues will have to be at their very best to snare The Poachers, who are third in their league table, just one point adrift of table-toppers York City, with another former Football League club, Chester, sandwiched in between.
There will be £11,250 prize money at stake for the winners of the tie, while the losers will pocket £3,750.
Leek were involved in BetVictor NPL action up in South Yorkshire last night, where they were unlucky not to register their seventh league win of the season in Division South East.
Blues were leading 1-0 through a 39th minute goal from Lewis Short until the last minute, when Reece Fielding snatched an equaliser for the hosts.
It was a lost opportunity for Blues to regain top spot from Carlton Town, who are away to Spalding United in the league tonight, with a chance to go three points clear.
Rocester are out of the Total Motion Midland League Cup after going down 4-0 away to Division One leaders Brocton.
Uttoxeter Town, however, are through to the next round after winning 5-2 at home to Stafford Town.
Jake Avery scored twice and Matt Redshaw, Harry Johnson and Kyle Diskin completed the scoring for the winners.
Uttoxeter are enjoying a fine start to the season and hold fourth place MFL Division One table behind pacesetters Brocton on the same number of points (18).
This Saturday Uttoxeter are away to Atherstone Town – one point below them in fifth spot – while Rocester entertain Kirby Muxlowe at Hillsfield.