Four Thurlow Nunn League sides take their place in the 4th Round of the FA Vase on Saturday with the prize of a place in the last 16 up for grabs.
Previous finalists Wroxham travel to just off the M1 in Derbyshire to face South Normanton Athletic from the Midland League. South Normanton are mid-table but have only won one of their last 6 league games.The Shiners, who have never before reached this stage of the competition, got their nickname from past associations with the ribbed stocking industry.
Kirkley & Pakefield also travel north west as they away to Sporting Khalsa. The Willenhall based team are second in the Midland League and have won 10 of their 11 home league games this season. They reached the quarter finals of the FA Vase in 2016/17 and last season met Godmanchester Rovers at this stage of the competition. Although Godmanchester won the tie 1-0 they were later removed from the competition after it was found that they had fielded an ineligible player.
Stowmarket Town are one of the favourites to win the FA Vase and are at home to Glebe from the strong Southern Counties East League. Glebe from Chislehurst are seventh in their league but have games in hand on teams above them.
Woodbridge Town entertain Plymouth Parkway. The Devon side lead the Western League, having won 7 of their 8 away league matches this season.