Harrogate Railway and Tadcaster Albion handed cup away days

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Harrogate Railway and Tadcaster Albion have been handed away tests in their first cup national matches of the season.

Railway will travel to Evo-Stik Northern Premier - First Division North rivals Wakefield in the FA Trophy preliminary round on October 5.

Billy Miller’s side will await the winner of Tow Law Town and West Auckland Town in the FA Cup preliminary round on August 31.

Albion were the second team out of the hat in the FA Vase draw, leaving them with another trip north at Birtley Town in the first qualifying round on September 7.

A victory against Town would hand Marshall’s men a trip to either Whickham or Hebburn Town in the second qualifying round on September 21.

Paul Marshall’s side will also travel to Bishop Auckland on Saturday, August 17 in the FA Cup extra preliminary round.

Should Albion grab victory at the Durham side, they would travel to one of Marshall’s former clubs, Evo-Stik Northern Premier side Goole.

NCEL Division One side Knaresborough Town host Westella Hanson in the FA Vase first qualifying round.