Falmouth Town have been drawn away at Western Football League First Division side Bristol Telephones in the 2019/20 FA Vase first qualifying round.

Helston Athletic have been handed an away tie in the first round for the fourth successive season, as they travel to Western League Premier club Keynsham Town.

Porthleven will welcome fellow South West Peninsula League Premier West club Callington Town to Gala Parc.

The Fishermen won 1-0 at home to Callington in last season's Cornwall Senior Cup.

A trip to defending Walter C Parson League Cup champions Saltash United awaits Porthleven in the second qualifying round if they can get past the Pasty Men.

Helston will be at home to SWPL Premier East club Axminster Town in the second qualifying round if they win their tie at Keynsham's Crown Field.

Falmouth Town will be on the road again in the next round if they see off Bristol Telephones, but will face the short trip to the winner of the all-SWPL Premier West tie between St Blazey or Godolphin Atlantic (Newquay) on that occasion.

First qualifying round ties will be played on Saturday, August 31, with second qualifying round games taking place two weeks later on Saturday, September 14.

Falmouth Town enjoyed an excellent return to the Vase last season following a three-year absence from the competition.

Town won two matches against Western League opposition, beating Clevedon Town 2-1 at Bickland Park before thrashing Bridport 6-0 on their own turfto reach the second round proper.

But their run ended in heartbreaking fashion at Hamworthy United of the Wessex Football League Premier.

Town led 1-0 until four minutes from time when the hosts levelled to take it to extra time, before going on to score twice more and dump Town out.

Porthleven also made their first appearance in the competition for three years, but were on the wrong end of a thrilling 6-3 scoreline at home to SWPL Premier side Torpoint Athletic.

Port's last victory in the Vase was in 2011 when they won 3-2 at Elmore in the first qualifying round, with the Fishermen having conceded 38 goals in their six Vase matches since then (3-6 v Torpoint, 0-7 v Ivybridge, 1-8 v St Austell, 1-7 v Buckland, 3-6 v Cullompton, 1-4 v Newquay).

But Porthleven's Vase fortunes look much brighter when you go further back in time, with the Fishermen becoming only the second Cornish side to reach the quarter-finals of the national competition when they did so in 1998.

Helston Athletic also suffered an early exit from the competition last season, going down 3-1 at eventual SWPL Premier champions Tavistock.

The Blues' sole Vase victory came on their tournament debut in 2016 when they won 3-1 after extra time at Portishead in the second qualifying round. They went on to lose 2-1 at home to Team Solent in the next round.

The defending champions are Chertsey Town, winners of last season's Combined Counties League Premier Division, who beat Cray Valley Paper Mills 3-1 after extra time in the final at Wembley Stadium to lift the Vase for the first time.

The Curfews beat St Austell 5-0 in the fifth round on their way to winning the title.