Non-league football: Shelley signs on at Harrison Park
LEEK Town announced the signing of Danny Shelley as they were drawn at home against Altrincham in the FA Cup third qualifying round.
Blues beat Bridgnorth 3-0 on Saturday to secure their progress and have been rewarded with a fixture at Harrison Park for the fourth tie running.
The Evo-Stik League Division One South promotion chasers will take on former Port Vale manager Lee Sinnott's side on Saturday, October 6, with £7,500 going to the winners.
The Moorlanders reached the same stage of the competition last year before losing narrowly in a replay against Hinckley who, like Altrincham, were from Blue Square North.
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Leek, who visit Market Drayton tonight, have strengthened their squad with by signing midfielder Shelley, aged 22, who was released by Crewe in the summer.
Shelley, from Endon, is expected to make his debut this evening after spending seven years at Gresty Road, making 73 appearances and scoring eight goals.
Keeper Danny Roberts (finger) and striker Dan Cope (knee) are also nearing returns to training.
KIDSGROVE ATHLETIC host NEWCASTLE TOWN in a derby where both sides are looking to bounce back from defeats at the weekend.
CONGLETON TOWN entertain Stockport Sports in the North West Counties Premier Division, while LEEK CSOB host Northwich Villa in Division One.
STONE DOMINOES make the trip to Hednesford in the Staffordshire County Cup.
NANTWICH Town will roll out the red carpet this evening (7.30pm) to honour the Dabbers youth team who took a 23-0 battering by the Busby Babes of Manchester United 60 years ago.
A youthful Manchester United XI will be at the Weaver Stadium to take on the current Nantwich side.
The Red Devils' Ron Cope will be re-united with Nantwich old boys Gordon Baxter, Ken Bebbington, Maurice Capel and Frank Stubbs.
A crowd of 2,600 watched the game in 1952, when Duncan Edwards scored five.
A pitch inspection will be held this morning to ensure the pitch is playable.
Admission on the turnstiles is £9 adults, £6 concessions and £2 children. A souvenir programme is also on sale.