For the first time in 11 years, Corby Town kick off the FA Cup in the first month of the season.
Back then, it was a trip up north to Congleton, where two goals from defenders Stewart Marshall and Mark Burrows put Corby in the hat for the first qualifying draw.
Now, we face a trip east to Aldiss Park, home of the magpies. Last season, the hosts made there way past two UCL sides, before falling at the second qualifying stage to St Albans.
The Ryman League Division One North side have started the season with back to back 1-0 wins, former Lowestoft Town striker Jamie Forshaw settling in well to life at Aldiss Park.
After the resignation of Matt Henman, his assistant Neal Simmons has made the step up into the hot seat and has enjoyed a good start to his reign in charge.
Kick off on Saturday is at 3pm, admission is Adults £8/Over 65s £4/Under 14 £2.
For fans that cannot make the trip, live updates will be posted on the official Facebook and Twitter pages, @corbytownfc
Updated 10:31 - 21 Aug 2017 by James McCafferty