Dorchester trip for Argyle in FA Cup
PLYMOUTH Argyle have been drawn away to Dorchester Town in the FA Cup first round.
Dorchester are currently in fourth position in the Football Conference South, which is two divisions below the level the Pilgrims play at.
The Magpies play at the 5,000-capacity Avenue Stadium, which opened on the outskirts of the Dorset town in 1990.
Argyle have already visited the Avenue Stadium this year, when they lost 5-0 to Yeovil Town in their first pre-season friendly in July.
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The game took place there because Yeovil's Huish Park pitch was not ready to be played on.
The first round tie, which will be held on the weekend of November 3/4, will be Dorchester's fourth successive home game in the FA Cup this season.
They have beaten Wotton Bassett (4-0), Basingstoke Town (1-0) and Bury Town (3-1) to reach this stage.
The winners of all 40 FA Cup first round ties will receive £18,000 prize money.