HELSTON Athletic will face Western Football League Premier Division side Odd Down in their first-ever FA Cup tie.

The Blues will visit the Lew Hill Memorial Ground for their extra preliminary round tie on Tuesday, September 1.

Should they win that tie then the Blues will visit Southern League Division One South & West club Barnstaple Town in the preliminary round on Saturday, September 12.

Saltash United visit Western League club Plymouth Parkway is one of the ties of the extra preliminary round, while Bodmin Town are also on the road at fellow Western League side Wellington.

Helston’s fellow debutants Millbrook are the only Cornish club to be drawn at home, with Western League side Bridgwater Town to visit Jenkins Park, while St Austell will visit South West Peninsula League Premier East side Newton Abbot Spurs.

Truro City will enter the tournament at the first qualifying round on Tuesday, September 22.

The Blues were accepted into England’s flagship cup competition after being one of eight SWPL clubs to be pulled out following a random draw.

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Porthleven will visit fellow SWPL side Torpoint Athletic in the first qualifying round of the FA Vase on Saturday, September 19.

Should they win that tie then the Fishermen will make the very short trip to local rivals Helston Athletic in the second qualifying round on Saturday, October 10.

Falmouth Town will enter the tournament in the first round proper on Saturday, October 31 following their run to the third round proper last season.

Elsewhere in the first qualifying round, Millbrook visit Liskeard Athletic in another all-SWPL tie, while Mousehole’s Vase debut will see them visit Exmouth Town.

Godolphin Atlantic, Saltash United and St Austell have away trips to Wells City, Elburton Villa and Bridport respectively, while Newquay host Street, Bodmin host Keynsham and St Blazey entertain Bishop Lydeard.

Also at home are Launceston, Callington Town and Camelford, who take on Axminster Town, Ivybridge Town and Almondsbury respectively.