Clevedon Town drawn to play Plymouth Parkway or Fareham Town in FA Vase fourth round

Clevedon's Syd Camper in action

Clevedon Town's Syd Camper battles against the rain in their win over New Milton. - Credit:

Clevedon Town have been drawn to play either Plymouth Parkway or Fareham Town in the fourth round of the Buildbase FA Vase on 9 January.

The Seasiders secured a place in the last 32 after goals from Jay Murray and substitute Will Gould secured a 2-0 win against New Milton on Saturday.

Clevedon are playing in the their highest stage of the competition since the 1992/93 season when they reached the quarter-finals, before being defeated by Canvey Island.

The match will be played at either The Creeksiders' Cams Alders Stadium or The Parkway's Bolitho Park, who are scheduled to play their Buildbase FA Vase third round game on Saturday 27 December.

The winning sides will receive £1,875 and the losing teams will pick up £600.

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"It’s as tough a draw as we could have got, but at this stage of the competition you’re going to be in amongst the very best teams," says first team coach Alex White.

"Whichever team we meet, we’ll be underdogs and that tends to suit us better actually. But the boys are buzzing for the tie, we’ve been brilliant so far and it’s a “free-hit” for us, I’m sure it’ll be a great occasion."

The Buildbase FA Vase fourth round draw in full:

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