Chester FC's reward for their fantastic 2-1 win at Southend United on Saturday is a trip to Yorkshire after being drawn away to League One side Barnsley in the second round of the FA Cup.
The draw for the cup, made at the National Football Museum tonight, saw the Steve Burr's men given the task of facing the Oakwell side on the weekend of December 6.
While many Blues fans will no doubt be disappointed not to have been handed a home draw, the trip to Yorkshire represents a chance for Burr's men to take on a former Premier League side with a decent cup pedigree and provides an opportunity to test themselves against strong opposition.
Danny Wilson's Barnsley are currently 12th in League One and knocked out Burton Albion in emphatic fashion at the weekend in the first round, winning 5-0 at home.
The last time the Blues met Barnsley was in April 1981, when Steve Ludlam netted twice at Sealand Road for Chester in a 2-2 draw. The Blues faced the Tykes in the FA Cup first round that year, losing 2-1 at home in the first round in front of a crowd of over 7,000.