WEYMOUTH have been drawn against arch-rivals Yeovil Town in the FA Cup final qualifying round.

Brian Stock's Terras visit Huish Park on the weekend of Saturday, October 16 for what has all the makings of a blockbuster tie.

Yeovil twice beat Weymouth in the Vanarama National League last season and the Terras now have the perfect platform to exact revenge.

Weymouth are looking to reach the main draw for the first time since 2007/08.

Speaking to Echosport after hearing of the tie, Stock is relishing the prospect of a big cup game at Weymouth's enemies.

He said: "We owe them one, first and foremost.

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"We've put in two disappointing performances in the league and we're looking to rectify that.

"What an atmosphere that's going to be. There's no easy game but given the local derby at Yeovil it's one I'm definitely looking forward to.

"Usually revenge isn't necessarily spoken about when teams beat you in the past but I suppose it's something slightly different here because it's Yeovil.

"It's one that means a lot to the supporters. I'm sure it will be the talk of the town at the moment. It's an exciting time."

On Weymouth's 14-season wait for a main draw tie, Stock added: "That's something we discussed at the start of the season.

"What a great achievement it would be if we were to do that this year and knock out our local rivals. I don't think it would be much better than that.

"It's going to be a tough game, they're a good team. If it was me as player, I'd be looking forward to it.

"It's a special cup and one we're looking to try and progress as far as we can in.

"The prize money means a lot to the club but this tie goes beyond prize money. There's a little more at stake for everyone connected to the club."

Winners will go through to the FA Cup first round proper, receiving £9,375, with losers pocketing £3,125.