VAUXHALL Motors have been sent to Blue Square Premier high-flyers Stevenage Borough in the second round of the FA Trophy.
Motors by-passed the first round after King’s Lynn were wound up in the High Court with a £67,000 tax bill.
Stevenage, the FA Trophy holders, will face Motors on Saturday, January 9 at the Stevenage Stadium.
This Saturday, Motors travel to Gainsborough Trinity in Blue Square North.
SCFC 94 march on in the Ellesmere Port Sunday League Kingkab Cup after beating Westminster Reserves 2-1 in extra time.
John Wainwright scored for the home side and Paul Boyle for visiting Westminster, but Keith Robinson had the final say to prevent penalties.
Steve Sailes found the net as Travellers Rest won at Sir Robert.
Seahorse edged a five-goal thriller 3-2 against Hope Farm Rangers with strikes from Gary Handley, Ashley Robinson and an own goal.
Grace Reserves fell to Old Wirral Hundred, Tony Taylor on target.
In the Stan Dukes Memorial Trophy Bull Groves crushed Castrol Villa 7-3 with goals from Tony Ashton (2), Jack Shephard, Rob McDowell, Liam Davenport, Mike Banks and Jamie Ellis.
Cat conquered Westminster 3-1 thanks to efforts from Danny Lloyd, Chaney Lloyd and Lee McTigue.
Chris McNeill scored for Westminster.