WEYMOUTH have been handed a tricky trip to Sholing in the FA Cup second qualifying round.

Mark Molesley's men were given a bye to this stage by virtue of their Vanarama National League South status and now take on the eighth-tier Boatmen, winners of the Sydenhams Wessex Premier Division last season.

Portland meanwhile have landed a stellar home tie against BetVictor Southern Premier South outfit Salisbury, who are managed by former Weymouth striker Steve Claridge.

A clash with the Whites comes as rich reward for the Blues, who were 2-0 victors at Longlevens on Saturday.

Some 53 places separate the two sides in the English football pyramid.

Elsewhere, Dorchester will have the chance to avenge a 2-1 league defeat at Blackfield and Langley after the two sides were drawn against each other.

The Magpies defeated Evesham United 2-0 yesterday, Tom Bath grabbing both goals, to earn a trip to the Watersiders.

All second qualifying round ties will be played over the weekend of Friday, September 20 to Sunday, September 22 with the winners claiming £6,750 in prize money and the losers £2,250.