WIMBORNE Town's reward for victory over Maidstone United is a trip to Boreham Wood in the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup.

Competing at this stage for the first time since 1986, James Stokoe will take his Magpies to Hertfordshire to take on the National League opposition.

Boreham Wood finished fifth in the fifth tier last season, competing two levels above Wimborne.

Luke Garrard's men currently sit mid-table with a win, a draw and a defeat from their three matches so far this term.

Southern Premier outfit Wimborne have so far seen off AFC Portchester and Melksham Town before goalkeeper Billy Terrell was the hero in Tuesday night's penalty shootout win over Maidstone.

The tie with Boreham Wood is due to take place on Saturday, October 24 with the winners receiving £9,375 in prize money and a spot in the first-round proper, where Football League sides enter the competition.