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Emirates FA Cup: Hungerford drawn at home to Cirencester in third qualifying round




Hungerford Town have been handed a home tie against Cirencester Town in the third qualifying round of the Emirates FA Cup.

The Crusaders secured a 1-0 home win over Truro City on Saturday, courtesy of a late goal from defender Keith Emmerson.

Cirencester are through to this stage of the competition after a 3-1 victory at home to Hamworthy United.

Hungerford face another home tie in the FA Cup
Hungerford face another home tie in the FA Cup

The tie will be played on Saturday, October 2.

Cirencester, who ply their trade in the Southern League Division One South, have had a strong start to the season - winning three and drawing three in their six games so far.

Clubs who make it through to the next round will receive £5,625, while losing clubs will get £1,875.

This weekend, Hungerford are back at Bulpit Lane once more as they entertain Berkshire rivals Slough Town in the Vanarama National League.



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