Coalville Town earn another home draw in the FA Cup after beating Macclesfield on Saturday

By Graham Hill

20th Sep 2022 | Local Sport

The FA Cup has been good to Coalville Town so far this season
The FA Cup has been good to Coalville Town so far this season

Coalville Town have been handed another home draw in the third round qualifying of the FA Cup.

The reward for beating Macclesfield on Saturday with a last-minute winner, is another tie at the Mander Cruikshank Stadium.

The Ravens will play AFC Sudbury. who beat St Albans City 2-1 in a replay on Tuesday night.

The sides drew 1-1 draw on Saturday and Coalville had to wait to see who they would be playing on October 1.

Suffolk side AFC Sudbury are in the Isthmian League North and goals from Sakariya Hassan and Josh Stokes made sure they would be travelling to North West Leicestershire next week.

The club says that ticket arrangements will be announced over the next few days.

Third-placed Coalville are at home to struggling Hednesford Town on Saturday as they return to Pitching In Southern Football League Premier Division Central action.


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