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All Suffolk tie in FA Vase

PUBLISHED: 13:01 07 December 2009 | UPDATED: 15:31 06 July 2010

KIRKLEY & Pakefield have been drawn to play Needham Market in the fourth round of the FA Carlsberg Vase.

The fourth round draw was today made at Wembley Stadium and fifth and sixth out of the hat were Suffolk rivals Needham Market and Kirkley & Pakefield.

KIRKLEY & Pakefield have been drawn to play Needham Market in the fourth round of the FA Carlsberg Vase.

The fourth round draw was today made at Wembley Stadium and fifth and sixth out of the hat were Suffolk rivals Needham Market and Kirkley & Pakefield.

The Royals cruised into the fourth round on Saturday, after comfortably beating Hoddesdon Town away 4-0.

Now, they can look forward to a new year tie against Needham Market who won 2-1 away at Cambridge Regional College.

The tie is due to be played on January 16 and the winning club will receive £1,500, as well as a prized position in the last 16 of the competition.

The full draw is:

1 - New Mills v Witney United

2 - Tiptree United v St Ives Town

3 - Needham Market v Kirkley & Pakefield

4 - Whitley Bay v Poole Town

5 - Shortwood United v Barwell

6 - Brimsdown Rovers v Daventry Town

7 - Bristol Manor Farm v Larkhall Athletic or Whitehawk

8 - Norton & Stockton Ancients v Bootle

9 - Pickering Town or Dunkirk v Marske United

10 - Armthorpe Welfare v Wroxham

11 - Willand Rovers v Causeway United

12 - Long Buckby v Epsom & Ewell

13 - Dawlish Town v Gresley

14 - Royston Town v Tipton Town

15 - Chertsey Town v Plymouth Parkway

16 - Stotfold v Shildon


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