BANBURY United will face a home tie in the third round of the FA Trophy.

The Puritans are set to welcome Bognor Regis Town on December 17.

The West Sussex side are 15th in the Isthmian League Premier Division, one step below Banbury in Vanarama National League North.

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Winning clubs in the third round will pick up £4,500 from the FA’s prize fund, while losing sides will collect £1,250.

Andy Whing’s Banbury smashed their way into the third round with a 6-0 win at home to Stowmarket Town.

Oxford United loanee Slavi Spasov scored twice, with goals also coming from Henry Landers, Ben Acquaye, Giorgio Rasulo and Alex Babos.

Oxford City were dumped out of the FA Trophy on penalties, after a 1-1 draw at home to Plymouth Parkway.

Joe Iaciofano had put City ahead 10 minutes into the second half but a goal from Harrison King 15 minutes from time sent the tie to penalties.

Parkway were drawn away to National League side Barnet.

FA Trophy holders Bromley, who beat Wrexham in last season’s final, have also been drawn away, at Bath City.