WARRINGTON Town and Warrington Rylands will both face trips to the north east in their next cup matches.

The FA Trophy First Round draw has paired Yellows with Marske United, who ply their trade in the Pitching In Northern Premier League North West division and are currently unbeaten this season.

It means a 270-mile round trip for Paul Carden's side, who beat Lancaster City via a penalty shoot-out on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Warrington Rylands will have to travel even further in the FA Vase First Round after they were drawn away to Tyne and Wear side Jarrow – a round trip of more than 300 miles.

Dave McNabb's Blues booked the tie by seeing off Padiham at Gorsey Lane on Saturday.

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Elliot Nevitt scores during Rylands' 2-0 win over Padiham in the FA Vase on Saturday. Picture by Mark Percy

Dates for both ties are yet to be confirmed as the FA remains in dialogue with the government about the continuation of non-elite football during the impending four-week national lockdown.

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