WARRINGTON Rylands now have a confirmed date for when their FA Vase campaign will resume.

Blues will be back in action on Saturday, April 17, when they travel to County Durham side Shildon in the fourth round proper.

Victory would make this the club's longest ever run in the competition – having reached the last 32, they have equalled the achievements of the 1983-84 season.

Dave McNabb's side have already beaten Daisy Hill, Goole AFC, Padiham, Jarrow and Longridge Town to reach this stage.

Outstanding third round ties will be played on April 10, with fixtures being played on successive Saturdays before the final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, May 22.

The final will be part of the FA's Non-League Finals Day and under the current government plans to ease Covid restrictions, it will be played in front of a limited crowd.

FA Vase 2020-21 revised round dates:

Third round proper – Saturday 10 April 2021

Fourth round proper – Saturday 17 April 2021

Fifth round proper – Saturday 24 April 2021

Sixth round proper – Saturday 1 May 2021

Semi-finals – Saturday 8 May 2021

Final – Saturday 22 May 2021