Falmouth Town will visit either Christchurch or Badshot Lea in the third round proper of the FA Vase.

The tie will be played at the home of the winner of the two teams' tie on Saturday, November 30, with the winner of that game picking up £1,125.

Town will discover their opponents on Tuesday night, following the second round tie between the two sides at Christchurch’s Hurn Bridge ground.

Town's two potential opponents have already played each other this season, with Badshot winning 2-1 at home in the preliminary round of the FA Cup on their way to reaching the second qualifying round, where they lost 4-0 at home to Hayes & Yeading United.

Falmouth manager Andrew Westgarth said: "Yeah I'm really pleased with that, obviously following the euphoria of Saturday's win it gives us a nice little away trip.

"It's adding to an even harder month now, with Helston on Saturday, St Austell, League Cup, Wadebridge and now an FA Vase trip away.

"The competition is getting harder and harder now. Looking at the league table Christchurch are second in their league so they're obviously doing really well, and Badshot are mid-table. I think they've already played each other in the FA Cup [with Badshot winning 2-1] so on their day it shows they can be just as competitive."

The Church currently sit second in the Wessex League Premier Division with 23 points from 12 games, seven points off leaders Alresford Town.

Like Town, Christchurch began their campaign in the first preliminary round at the end of August, winning 4-1 at Amesbury Town, before going on to win 4-2 at Dorchester Sports and 3-1 at home to Brimscombe and Thrupp.

Badshot Lea also kicked off their Vase run in the first qualifying round, winning 2-1 at Ash United before winning 4-2 at Cobham and 1-0 at Westbury United.

The Baggies, who are based near Farnham in Surrey and are currently tenth in the Combined Counties Football League Premier Division, will host a Vase tie at their Westfield Lane home for the first time this season should they defeat Christchurch and set up a tie with Falmouth, following four successive away draws.

A trip to Christchurch, near Bournemouth, would see Town travel 188 miles each way, while a tie at Badshot Lea’s ground would mean an extra 53 miles of travel for Andrew Westgarth’s side.

Town sealed their place in the last 64 of the competition for the first time in eight years on Saturday following an incredible game at home to Longlevens, coming from two goals down to win 3-2 after extra time.

The Gloucestershire side were leading by two goals, scored by Shaun O’Connor and Harry Emmett, going into the final few minutes, but a penalty from Luke Brabyn in the 90th minute and Jack Webber’s long-range strike in the second minute of injury time sent to the game to extra time, with Brabyn notching the winner in the 110th minute with his second penalty of the game.