Published 12th August 2012
Extra Preliminary Round action brought progress for a dozen ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League clubs with one tie to be played today and three more clubs involved in Tuesday replays.
Next up for Division One side Thrapston, who stunned Cogenhoe United 2-0 at Chancery Lane on Friday night with goals from Jamie Gilsenan and Ryan Gormley, are Peterborough Northern Star who made short work of Whitworth in Saturday's first ever FA Cup tie for both clubs.
A Billy Smith hat-trick and Nick Davey double gave much-changed Star a 5-1 home success with Ryan Lovell scoring the Flourmen's consolation.
In an all-Division One tie Lee Wilson, Brad Janes and Lance Allen gave Bugbrooke St Michaels a 3-1 verdict at Rushden & Higham United, whose late consolation came from Jory Mann's spot-kick, while newcomers Quorn won 2-0 at Boston Town with Liam Turner and Martin Bowles on the scoresheet.
Northampton Spencer and Yaxley must replay after Jack Bartley's late leveller earned the Millers a 1-1 draw, cancelling out an Adam Scotcher opener for the Cuckoos.
Five clubs took on East Midlands Counties League opposition and there were two surprise casualties.
Spalding United's eye-catching summer signing spree counted for nothing as they lost 2-1 at home to Blaby & Whetstone, Kieran Doherty's late leveller keeping the Tulips on terms for just a minute, while Deeping Rangers exited 3-1 at Holbrook Sports with Alex Beck the Rangers scorer.
Ryan Oliver and Tony Edwards gave Sleaford Town a 2-0 home win over Holwell Sports, while new boys Oadby Town saw off old rivals Anstey Nomads 3-1 with Che Adams, Jon Stevenson and Mick Reeve sharing the goals.
Blackstones blitzed Barrow Town 5-1 at Lincoln Road with an Addie Staffieri brace and singles from Tim Quy, Danny Barker and Andy Boome.
Five ties against Thurlow Nunn League opposition saw two wins and a draw. Cup specialists St Ives Town progressed 1-0 at Fakenham Town with a second half David Cobb strike, while Ryan Cherry and Michael Boyle-Chong gave Wellingborough Town a 2-1 home win over March Town United, and Desborough Town earned a good 1-1 draw at Wisbech Town with Dan Kitching's Ar Tarn opener cancelled out late on.
Stewarts & Lloyds led at the interval through Brian Farrell at Dereham Town but ended on the wrong end of a 3-1 scoreline, while Rothwell Corinthians suffered a late collapse at Ely City, going down 7-1 with Luke Philllps the Corinths marksman.
Newport Pagnell Town were our biggest winners, thrashing Uhlsport Hellenic League hosts Reading Town 6-1 with a Dominic Lawless hat-trick and a goal apiece for Daren Dykes, Richard Armstrong and Keith Williams, while AFC Kempston Rovers succeeded where they had failed last season, overcoming Molten Spartan South Midlands hosts Haringey Borough 3-1. Danny Watson, Josh Bamford and an own goal took the Walnut Boys through.
Sam Mulready and Jermaine Palmer gave Holbeach United a 2-0 verdict at Baris Northern Counties East Leaguers Arnold Town, but UCL new boys Shepshed Dynamo fared less well against their NCEL opponents, Heanor Town, losing 3-0 at the Dovecote.
Long Buckby will not be repeating last season's good run after a 2-1 exit at West Midlands (Regional) League side Pegasus Juniors, Louis Dupree the Bucks marksman.
FA Vase winners Dunston UTS had to start at the earliest possible stage of the FA Cup, but the Ebac Northern League First Division outfit are through, thanks to an Andy Bulford brace and a 2-0 home win over NCEL side Armthorpe Welfare.
Hebburn Town, also of the Northern League, also beat NCEL opposition 3-1 at Thackley, with Stuart Nicholson bagging a brace, while West Allotment Celtic won 2-1 at home to Selby Town, thanks to Tony Lancaster and Dean Lea after Josh Dinsley had equalised for the Yorkshire side, and Spennymoor Town had a 37th minute Michael Laws goal to thank for their home win over Scarborough Athletic.
Other NCEL sides to bow out were Teversal, beaten 2-1 at home by Midland Alliance side Loughborough University, for whom Daniel Nti and David Hulman in the last minute cancelled out Danny Wilson`s 14th minute opener.
Another Midland Alliance side, Kirby Muxloe, won 1-0 at Shirebrook Town, courtesy of Ben Law`s 78th minute effort, and another Alliance winner over NCEL hosts were Dunkirk, who won by the same scoreline at Long Eaton United through Jaylee Hodgson on 62 minutes.
FA Vase runners-up West Auckland Town won 4-2 at Liversedge, thanks to John Campbell with two, Craig Hubbard and Mattie Moffatt, while many times Vase winners Whitley Bay beat another ex-Vase winner, Bridlington Town, 2-1 at Queensgate with goals from Paul Chow and Chris Moore.
Eccleshill United won an all-NCEL tie at home to Glasshoughton Welfare 4-2 in which Charlie Flaherty bagged a brace and Staveley Miners Welfare edged past Hall Road Rangers 2-1 at home, thanks to a last-gasp James Colliver winner.
The only four Carlsberg South West Peninsula League entrants in this season`s FA Cup had mixed fortunes with two sides progressing whilst two others departed the famous old Cup at the first hurdle.
Bodmin Town came from behind to beat Toolstation Western League Premier outfit Brislington 3-1 at Priory Park with Chris Luxton netting a hat-trick which sets up a trip to another Western Lerague side, Wells City, in the next round in a fortnight`s time.
Plymouth Parkway played and won their first ever FA Cup tie and they too came from behind as they beat Western League Division One side Welton Rovers 3-1 at Bolitho Park.
Will Stringer scored twice with one a penalty kick whilst Mark Berry notched the winning goal. Parkway now travel to Chard Town in two weeks` time.
Saltash United are out after going down 1-3 in Bath away at Odd Down and Tavistock are also out after losing 5-0 away in Dorset at Gillingham Town.
Goals from Daniel Stanton, Aron Barnes, Ben Ellis and former AFC Wimbledon favourite Sam Sloma helped Spartan South Midlands League Division One side London Lions turn on the style to win their first-ever match in the FA Cup following a comprehensive 4-0 victory over Essex Senior Leaguers Clapton at Hemel Hempstead Town.
A Gus Sousa strike after just 10 minutes gave Sussex County League side Redhill victory over now Kent Hurlimann Leaguers Whyteleafe, who were relegated from the Ryman League at the end of last season, in their FA Cup derby.
The midfielder struck from outside the box as Mike Maher's side earned a Preliminary Round tie against Corinthian-Casuals.
Redhill`s league rivals Lingfield, playing at Whyteleafe as they share a ground that has cricket played on it, beat Uckfield 3-2 with the first two goals from Josh and Si Wallace.
Combined Counties League Horley Town earned a tie with Ryman League Leatherhead after a 5-1 win over another Kent League outfit, Holmesdale.
Adam Pullen gave Ali Rennie's men the lead moments before half-time.
Ben Herdman added a second before Steve Strotten replied for Holmesdale.
Steve Rollinson bagged the third, skipper Danny Guscott got the fourth with a bicycle kick and Michael Constable netted the fifth.
Horley`s league rivals Dorking lost 4-3 at home to Kent League VCD Athletic, despite Reece Jackson scoring a hat-trick. They were 4-1 down at half-time
Billy Shinners gave the Vickers the lead on 20 minutes but Jackson levelled 3 minutes later. Billy Bennett, Uche Ibermere and Karl Dent each added a goal before half time.
Jackson went on to complete his hat-trick with two goals early in the second half but the Vickers hung on to ensure a home tie against Whitstable Town in the next round.
Sussex County Leaguers Dorking Wanderers beat league rivals East Grinstead Town 1-0.
Another Sussex County League outfit, Lancing, cruised into the next round with a 6-1 win at home to Selsey.
Tyler Goatcher, Wayne Joseph, Darren Boswell, Dan Turner (two) and Richard Hudson got the the goals against their fellow Division One side.
East Preston will host Kent League Fisher FC in a replay on Tuesday evening after a 1-1 draw.
Fisher took a 29th minute lead but captain Joe Shelley levelled for EP on the stroke of half-time.
Fisher`s league rivals Corinthian were at Gay Dawn Farm facing ex-Kent-League side Croydon and won 3-2.
Ryan Johnson, Jamie Taylor and Tom Reardon were the Corinthian scorers. They now face a trip to Slough Town in the Preliminary round.
Deal Town went down 1-2 at home to Kent Invicta League Ashford United.
Ashford, in fact, scored all three goals as Matthew Hadlum gifted Deal an own goal but only after Liam Whiting and Gary Mickelborough had given them a 2 goal lead.
Erith Town lost 2-4 at home to Sussex County League Ringmer. Ray Powell started the scoring in the 8th minute and Adam Noad doubled with 6 minutes left to play.
In between Ringmer scored three and added their fourth in the final minute.
Greenwich Borough had the result of the round so far as KL clubs are concerned winning 4-2 away to Hailsham Town.
Three-up at half-time, thanks to an own goal and scores from Parkinson and Linnett, Borough were pegged back on 65 minutes by Shane Saunders but restored a three-goal gap through Hanson 10 minutes later.
An 83rd minute Alexander goal was too little too late.
Borough are at home to Sidley United in the next round.
Sevenoaks Town ended up on the wrong end of this 2-1 scoreline at Sussex League Pagham.
Max Thomas scored first for Pagham after just 3 minutes and it was lively stuff right through to the 70th minute when Gorin Kahn equalised for the Oaks.
James Ford put the nail in the coffin for Sevenoaks when he hit Pagham's winner 6 minutes later.
Lordswood won their all-Kent League tie by the odd goal in five against Erith & Belvedere at Martyn Grove.
Daniel Wells got the ball rolling for the home side after 10 minutes to give Lordswood a 1-0 half time lead. Carl Cornell equalised but within a minute Richard Dimmock had restored the Lordswood lead.
Mark Murison added Lordwood's third before Andy Constable pulled a second goal back for the Deres. Lordswood hung on until the end to earn a home tie against Pagham.
In another local affair, Tunbridge Wells lost 4-1 home to Beckenham Town.
Adam Greenways gave Becks a 1-0 half-time lead then Alfie Nunn netted from the spot and Jamie Turner made it 3-0 before Wells pulled one back.
Danny McKone finished things off with 9 minutes left to play.
Shoreham scored twice in the last 8 minutes to earn a replay at Combined Counties League Premier Division side Colliers Wood on Wednesday.
Two goals from Nathan Turner gave Colliers Wood a 2-0 lead but Aaron MacMillan pulled a goal back on 82 minutes and Owen Callaghan headed the equaliser deep into the 5 added minutes of injury-time.
Arundel went out 2-1 at home to Combined Counties League Premier Division side Epsom & Ewell.
Western League pair Barnstaple Town and Ilfracombe Town both went down to agonising late defeats to league rivals in the cup.
While Barnstaple lost 3-2 in their tie at Wells City, Ilfracombe were beaten 1-0 at Chard Town. Both had long, difficult trips to Somerset and would not have been looking forward to the return journeys after falling at the first hurdle in the national competition.
Barnstaple trailed 2-0 at half-time against their Premier Division rivals.
They fought back well in the second half and drew level with goals from Andy Alexander and Craig Sandle.
But Wells were allowed to break clear in the dying moments to clinch the victory and a home game against Bodmin in the next round.
Adding insult to injury, Barnstaple's Cory Roach was sent-off for a last-man foul after Wells' winning goal.
Sam Clark's goal in the last minute saw First Division Chard snatch victory from Ilfracombe.
Chard go through to a Preliminary Round meeting with Plymouth Parkway.