Glengad United have been given a home tie against one of Dublin’s most famous clubs, Home Farm, in the qualifying round of the FAI Cup.

Letterkenny Rovers, the other Donegal side in the hat, have been given a bye.

The winners in the qualifying round will then go into the draw for the first round proper where the senior League of Ireland clubs come in.

Twenty clubs were in the qualifying round draw, 16 intermediate clubs and four junior clubs; Ashling Annacotty, Glengad United, Regional United and St. Michael’s.

Also getting a bye were Cobh Wanderers, Crumlin United and Killester Donnycarney.

The 2019 FAI Cup qualifying round draw in full:-

Glebe North v Midleton

Lucan United v Aisling Annacotty

St. Michael's v Regional United

Newtown Rangers v Avondale United

Glengad United v Home Farm

UCC v Malahide United

Maynooth University Town v Rockmount

St. Mochta's v Collinstown

Byes: Cobh Wanderers, Crumlin United, Letterkenny United, Killester Donnycarney.

All ties set to be played the week ending Sunday, April 21.

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