A review of Sunday`s ties in the Buildbase FA Vase First Qualifying Round.
A second half hat-trick from Kieran Watson sealed Shirebrook Town`s passage at Toolstation Northern Counties East League Division One rivals Grimsby Borough.
But a replay will be required for their league rivals Hallam after they shared a 1-1 draw at home to Hallmark Security Leaguers Abbey Hey after Jack McCarthy`s 84th minute equaliser to cancel out Adam Farrand`s early 4th minute opener for the visitors.
Another all-NCEL Division One tie saw Dronfield Town edge out hosts Worsbrough Bridge by the odd goal in five.
Mark Fereday netted a hat-trick as Dronfield triumphed against ten-man Briggers, who had Aston Morley dismissed after 34 minutes.
However, the NCEL lost Athersley Recreation, beaten by the odd goal in five at Hallmark Security League side AFC Liverpool.
Jamie Moxon gave the visitors a 23rd minute lead that Kevin Edgar and Joe Whittington turned over before the break.
Adam Weston`s penalty on the hour-mark made it 3-1 to the hosts, although Kyle Wadsworth`s second for the Rec made the final 25 minutes interesting.
Josh O`Grady bagged a brace and Chris Cox the other as Midland League Premier Division Coventry United ensured there was to be no upset at home to West Midlands (Regional) League Division One minnows Tipton Town.
Jason Fontaine and Michael Ogboin scored the goals that saw Barkingside go through 2-1 at home to Essex Senior League rivals Southend Manor.
Their league rivals Enfield 1893 are also through, 1-0 against Thurlow Nunn League side Haverhill Borough – Danny Jones the scorer.
An all-Thurlow Nunn tie saw Premier Division Stowmarket Town hammer a youthful First Division Team Bury side 7-0.
A brace of penalties from Josh Mayhew, two from open play from Danny Cunningham and singles from George Bugg, sub Andrew Wood and an own goal accounted for Stow`s goals.
A goal from Josh Coley on the hour-mark sealed Spartan South Midlands League side Baldock Town`s passage at home against ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League Division One side Buckingham Town.
In an all-Uhlsport Hellenic League tie, Oxford City Nomads beat Woodley United 3-1 at Marsh Farm.
Woodley took the lead through James Tennant, but Nomads progressed with goals from Jordi Mulvany, Sami Khawaja and teenager Henry Landers.
Another Hellenic side, Ascot United, bowed out 3-1 at home to Cherry Red Records Combined Counties outfit Farnham Town, whose Josh Stepney, Max Meaton and Charlie Bath were all on the mark.
In two all-SCEL ties Erith & Belvedere beat Holmesdale 4-2 after extra-time.
The tie was tied at 2-2 after 90 minutes and the Dalers let a 2-0 half time lead (Grant Lye and Lewis Chambers) slip in the second half when unlucky Jack Rankin scored at the wrong end and Max Williams forced extra-time 2 minutes from the end.
Jason Mensah and Matthew Parsons were the Deres extra-time scorers so it’s the Deres who will host Chessington & Hook next.
AFC Croydon Athletic took the other one by 2-1 against Bearsted.
The Bears went one-up after 18 minutes through Cameron Croucher but Morgan Jenden levelled before half-time.
Jack Higgins hit the Rams winner on 71 minutes so they now travel to Broadbridge Heath next.
Stansfeld, in their Vase debut, knocked Bedfont & Feltham for four.
Billy Shinners, Nathan Flaher and Ryan Hassan (2) were the on-target hitmen.
Lewisham Borough levelled twice against FC Deportavo Galicia, once in each half but eventually succumbed 6-3 after going down to ten-men 5 minutes into extra-time.
Felipe Nogaledo (2) and Jerome Richards scored the Borough goals.