WARRINGTON Rylands have once again been paired with divisional rivals in the FA Cup.

Having reached the third qualifying round for the first time in their history, Michael Clegg's side will travel to Macclesfield for the second time this season.

The teams have already met at the Leasing.com Stadium, with Dean Furman's injury-time leveller ensuring Blues came home with a 1-1 draw in the Northern Premier League Premier Division on August Bank Holiday Monday.

The tie will be played on Saturday, September 30, and both sides will go into the game knowing they are just two wins away from the main draw.

Blues sent out an impressive statement in their second qualifying round match on Saturday as they thrashed FC United of Manchester 4-0 at Broadhurst Park.

Meanwhile, Warrington Town's conqueror's Curzon Ashton, who won 3-2 at Cantilever Park on Saturday, have been handed a home tie against either Runcorn Linnets or Chorley.