CAUSEWAY United manager Andy Mole couldn't hide his dismay after being drawn away to holders Spennymoor in the last 32 of this season's FA Vase.

The Halesowen side must make the long trip up north on January 18 as their reward for beating Blaby And Whetstone 2-1 courtesy of a couple of Jack Pearlman goals.

Mole admitted: "It's not a great one - but if we can go there and get a win, then it's a great result.

"The most important thing is not to concede an early goal and allow the crowd to get behind them".

Mole added: "We didn't know much about Blaby and Whetstone, but it turns out that most of them were at Friar Lane, who used to be in the Midland Alliance.

~Causeway didn't have the best of starts at Blaby, losing Chris Charles to injury within minutes of the kick-off, but he was quickly replaced by Reece Shilvock, who took his chance to catch the eye.

Causeway host Heather St John this Saturday at The Grove and can welcome back Will Tibbetts who was cup-tied, while Mole will wait on injury victims Sam Rock and Danny Scarr.