Saffron Walden will start their FA Vase campaign for the new season with arguably the tie of the round - against big spenders Leighton Town.

The Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division high-flyers will head to Catons Lane on November 12 for a highly anticpiated second round clash.

Walden had been eexempt until this round having reached the latter stages of last year's competition, the Bloods beaten by Loughborough Students on penalties in the fourth round.

Leighton were also beaten on penalties but in the second round by eventual champions Newport Pagnell Town.

Stansted meanwhile go to Norwich United after a 3-2 win over Downham Town in the last round.  

High Easter's Chelmsford Sunday League Coward Cup match at home to Little Waltham was abandoned with 18 minutes to go after a nasty injury to one of the visiting players.

Jordan Theedom took a bang to the leg that required a trip to hospital after receiving first treatment on the pitch and then shelter from the heavy rain.

High Easter were leading 3-2 at the time in what had been a thoroughly entertaining and evenly-contested encounter.

Both teams were keen to move the ball about quickly and the home side took the lead after an excellent run down the left flank by Henry French, his cross beating the Little Waltham keeper and ending up in the back of the net.

Waltham drew level from a decent shot from distance by Tyler James, the ball creeping under the body of High Easter keeper Josh Breeze, but George Paola restored the lead leaving both defenders and goalkeeper nowhere to be seen.

Alfie Prior almost made it three before half-time but his free-kick rebounded off the bar and Little Waltham rubbed salt in that wound by equalising for the secodn time shortly after the break, Wesley Wade with a great strike.

Easter's third goal came from a French corner that headed home at the back post by Christian Roles but the injury ended hopes of that being the winner.

The replayed match will decide who hosts Bramston in the second round.

High Easter go to Priory Sports Res on Sunday for a top of the table league clash.