CHRISTCHURCH have been handed a home tie against Dulwich Hamlet in the FA Cup.

Priory, who are featuring in the third qualifying round for the first time, will host the National League South side at Hurn Bridge on Tuesday, October 13.

Wessex Premier outfit Christchurch progressed to this stage following a dramatic penalty shoot-out win over National League North's Gloucester City on Saturday, a side who compete three leagues higher than the Dorset club.

Dulwich also needed a shoot-out to reach this stage, winning at Corinthian-Casuals on Saturday after a 2-2 draw.

Meanwhile, Wimborne Town have also been handed a home draw.

Magpies overcame Melksham Town on spot-kicks at the weekend and will now host National League South side Maidstone United, also on October 13.

Winners will receive £5,625, while losing will pocket £1,875.

Poole Town exited the competition at the weekend, losing a shootout at Chippenham Town.