Nailsea & Tickenham and Clevedon Town have drawn each other in the FA Vase, should the Stags overcome their tie with Hartpury University FC.

Nailsea & Tickenham's second round match with the Acorns was called off to due a waterlogged pitch at Fryth Way last Saturday and been rearranged for this Saturday, with the winners at home in the third round.

The Seasiders, on the other hand, had no issues and eased past Brokenhurst with a 5-0 win to secure a place in the third round for the fourth successive season.

The match is scheduled for Saturday December 2 and Clevedon manager Alex White said: "It looks a tough draw really on paper. Dependant on the winner, they’d be two very different tests.

"Being away makes things trickier, but Hartpury are very strong with their Uni team and had an exceptional run last season and equally Nailsea & Tickenham, well we know what type of game that would be with it being a local derby and a likely edgy game. So on paper, we’ll be expecting a very tough game with the winner."

Swags co-manger Nic Steadman added: "Of course really exciting, Clevedon are a great side and have really clicked this year. Alex is doing a fantastic job so it will be extremely tough if we get there but let’s focus on Hartpury first."