STANWAY Rovers will find their name in the fourth round draw of the FA Vase but that won't be the case for FC Clacton after the Seasiders bowed out in their third round encounter with Eynesbury Rovers.

The fourth round will have Stanway in it but they are not guaranteed a place in the last 32 as they will require a replay with fellow Thurlow Nunn League premier division side Woodbridge Town to determine who goes through.

The Woodpeckers held a 1-0 lead in their third round clash, but a goal from Stanway in the second half ensured that the tie would go into extra-time.

However, that failed to separate them as it finished one apiece and the two will now face each other in a replay at the Hawthorns.

However, the third round proved to be the end of the road for FC Clacton as they were beaten 2-1 at the the Austin Arena by visiting Eynesbury.

A tight game turned during a sin bin period when the Seasiders had been reduced to ten men temporarily.

With the tie poised at 0-0, Harry McDonald had seen himself sidelined for ten minutes midway through the second half after disputing a refereeing decision and Eynesbury advantage of their numerical superiority by taking the lead.

That was then extended as the visitors scored a second and although Clacton pulled one back when Chris Ribchester fired in from the edge of the box, the Seasiders were unable to find an equaliser as they bowed out of the Vase.