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Kidderminster face Stevenage in FA Trophy semi-finals

The FA Trophy

Holders Stevenage Borough will face Kidderminster Harriers in the two-legged FA Trophy semi-finals - in a repeat of the 2007 final.

In the other semi-final, Salisbury City will take on Barrow.

Barrow beat last season's beaten finalists York 2-1 in their quarter-final, which had twice been postponed.

The first leg ties - with Kidderminster and Salisbury at home - will take place on Saturday, 13 March, with the second legs a week later.

The 2007 final, when Stevenage beat Kidderminster 3-2, was the first competitive match played at Wembley Stadium after its redevelopment.

Teams winning their semi-final ties will receive £16,000 each from the Football Association's prize fund.


FA Trophy semi-final first legs (Saturday, 13 March):

Kidderminster Harriers v Stevenage Borough
Salisbury City v Barrow

FA Trophy semi-final second legs (Saturday, 20 March):

Barrow v Salisbury City
Stevenage Borough v Kidderminster Harriers



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see also
FA Trophy quarter-final fixtures/results
03 Mar 10 |  Non League
FA Trophy third round results
01 Feb 10 |  Non League
FA Trophy second round results
26 Jan 10 |  Non League
Maidstone reinstated in FA Trophy
25 Jan 10 |  Histon
FA Trophy second round draw news
22 Dec 09 |  Non League
FA Trophy first round results
19 Jan 10 |  Non League
Kidderminster 2-3 Stevenage
12 May 07 |  Football


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