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Football: Paul Charnley; NON-LEAGUE.

Only Coventry Sphinx of the five-strong Midlands contingent have been blessed with the luck of the draw in the last 32 of the FA Vase.

Paul Charnley's Polymac Services Midland Alliance side will entertain either Salford City or Hallam on January 19.

Tipton Town, who reached the fifth round in 2005, face one of the favourites when they travel to Combined Counties League side Camberley Town, while Studley, who progressed to the last 16 in 2004, will travel up the M6 to the Fylde coast to play North-west Counties League Two side Kirkham & Wesham if they come through their rearranged clash at home to Gedling Town this Saturday.

Shropshire outfit Shawbury United, flying the flag for the West Midlands League, head to Essex side Concord Rangers.

Midland Combination Premier title-chasers Coleshill Town will also be heading east if they can overcome Blackstones in Saturday's rescheduled match at Pack Meadow, with the winners away to Eastern Counties Premier outfit Lowestoft Town.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
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Date:Dec 12, 2007
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