STOURPORT Swifts face a trip into the unknown in the FA Cup first qualifying round on Saturday.

The in-form Walshes Meadow side face a trip to Lincolnshire to take on Holbeach United.

Holbeach will be a stern test for manager Mark Phillips and his troops as they are flying high in third place in the ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League and unbeaten this season at their Carters Park home.

But Stourport head into the clash with confidence high after a fine start to the season, where they have lost just once in all competitions.

Swifts are second in the Midlands Premier and also cruised into the next round of the FA Vase at the weekend with an impressive 4-0 win at Pegasus Juniors.

Phillips said: “It’s going to be a good game. I have heard that Holbeach have a decent budget and are a good side.

“Teams from that area tend to be strong because there’s not that many of them.

“But we go into the game in good form.”

Swifts will also meet Black Country Rangers in the Vase on October 3 at home after seeing off Pegasus in Herefordshire.

Joe Phillips bagged a brace and Ben Maund another as Stourport powered into a 3-0 half-time lead.

Substitute Reece Shilvock added a fourth late on.

The manager added: “We were very good in the first half but the danger was that Pegasus might pull one back but the fourth goal killed the game off.”