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Last Updated: Monday, 29 November, 2004, 12:08 GMT
Accrington get Bulls in FA Trophy
Conference play-off rivals Accrington Stanley and Hereford United have been paired together in the pick of the FA Trophy third round draws.

The tie, at Accrington's Interlink Express Stadium, is one of five all-Conference ties in round three.

Leaders Barnet face Farnborough in a repeat of their recent FA Cup tie, while Woking host Stevenage.

Holders Hednesford Town have been drawn at home to Conference North side Worcester City.

Promotion hopefuls Halifax will entertain Northwich, who they beat on Saturday, while York City will go to Nigel Clough's Burton when the fixtures are played on 15 January.

The winners of the third round ties will each receive 4,000 and go into the last 32.

FA Trophy third round draw

Morecambe v Sutton Coldfield Town
Southport v Hucknall Town
Eastwood Town v Spennymoor United
Vauxhall Motors v Lancaster City
Halifax Town v Northwich Victoria
Barrow v Scarborough
Burton Albion v York City
Hyde United v Whitby Town
Leigh RMI v Altrincham
Hednesford Town v Worcester City
Tamworth v Gresley Rovers
Stamford v Willenhall Town
Carlisle United v Redditch United
Accrington Stanley v Hereford United
Kettering Town v Alfreton Town
Team Bath v Histon
Redbridge v Cambridge City
Bath City v Canvey Island
Slough Town v Hendon
Barnet v Farnborough Town
Leyton v Cheshunt
Dagenham & Redbridge v Bishop's Stortford
Gravesend & Northfleet v Eastbourne Borough
Forest Green Rovers v Aylesbury United
Tonbridge Angels v Walton & Hersham
Yate Town v Hayes
Thurrock v Aldershot Town
Crawley Town v Worthing
Woking v Stevenage Borough
Billericay Town v Exeter City
Sutton United v Grays Athletic
St Albans City v Havant & Waterlooville

All ties to be played on Saturday 15 January 2005.

FA Trophy second round results
28 Nov 04 |  Football
Canvey Island 2-3 Hednesford
23 May 04 |  Non League

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