The Bulls have a player in common with FA Cup opponents Hythe Town - Peter Heritage.
The 'Wing Commander' played for ten sides in the South East area both before and after his brief Football League career, with the most notable being Hythe. They sold him to Gillingham for £30,000 to become a FL debutant at the age of 28 just seven months after the Kent League side paid a combined £4,000 fee for him and teammate Terry White.
Heritage joined the Bulls, initially on loan, in January 1991 before a permanent £20,000 move in March. He scored ten times for the Bulls in 18 months before moving on to Doncaster. He returned to non-league football in the summer of 1993, playing for a string of sides including Woking and Margate.
More recently, with his 50th birthday coming up next month, Heritage has been assistant manager for Bexhill United. He still makes the odd appearance in their line-up.