STANWAY ROVERS and FC CLACTON have been handed intriguing away draws in the first-round proper of the FA Vase.

Danny Slatter's Rovers will visit Lopes Tavares while the Seasiders go to Risborough Rangers.

COGGESHALL UNITED, meanwhile, have been drawn at home to BRANTHAM ATHLETIC.

The draw was made at Wembley Stadium this morning and, in total, there are 102 ties.

Thirty-five new clubs enter the competition at this stage.

Games will take place across the weekend of Saturday, October 12, with winning clubs receiving £825 and losing ones £275.

Stanway booked their place in the next round in emphatic fashion, after a 7-1 victory against Wodson Park on Saturday.

Now they face a trip to Thurlow Nunn League first division south side Lopes Tavares, who play at the Terence McMillan Stadium, in Plaistow.

Tom Austin's Clacton beat Redbridge 4-1 on Saturday and now travel to Buckinghamshire side Risborough.

Rangers are top of uhlsport Hellenic League division one east with six wins from seven and their home ground is The B.E.P Stadium, in Horsenden Lane.

The Brantham v Coggeshall tie is one that catches the eye.

Brantham advanced after a comfortable 4-2 victory against West Essex while Coggeshall secured a narrow 1-0 win at home to Long Melford on Sunday.