Another home tie in FA Cup draw

Tim ChannonGeneral

COLWYN BAY will be at home again against fellow Conference North side North Ferriby United if they can win their replay at Warrington on Tuesday night.
The Seagulls drew 0-0 with North Ferriby in the league last month.
For the game at Warrington Colwyn Bay will be without Lanre Olapade who pulled a thigh muscle in Saturday’s 1-1 draw, but expect to have Louis Moss back in the squad – even though he only arrives back from international duty with Barbadois at 7.30 on Tuesday morning.
Louis played all three games in six days for Barbardos in qualifying matches for the Gold Cup in America next year and the manager said: “We will have to see how tired he is and if there is any jet lag. It may be asking a lot for him to be involved from the start, but he will be in the squad.”
Colwyn Bay: (from) Ollerenshaw, Sharpe, Baynes, Stephens, Royle, Bembo-Leta, Noone, Buckley, Anoruo, Hopley, Williams, Moss, Mendez, Haywood, Hodgson, Pilliner, Sinclair.
Other ties in the next round, to be played on Saturday October 25th, include: Macclesfield v Wrexham, Stockport County v Chester, Kings Lynn v AFC Fylde, Spennymoor v Telford, Grimsby Tn v Guiseley, Chorley v Halifax, Gateshead v Gainsborough and Tamworth v Southport.