Published 9th September 2012
....Cup First Qualifying Round `upset` as they hosted NPL Firest Division North side Cammell Laird at Gigg Lane in one of four Sunday ties.
In front of a crowd of 1,024 FC United found themselves virtually home and hosed by half-time after goals from Lee Neville after 28 minutes, Jerome Wright 5 minutes later and Mike Norton 2 minutes before the break.
Lairds` Mike Grogan inadvertedly made it 4-0 when he beat his own keeper immediately after the interval and then Norton scored his second and FC United`s fifth on 67 minutes.
Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central side Godalming Town and their former Ryman League Division One South rivals Dulwich Hamlet will have to replay after sharing a 2-2 draw at Wey Court.
Dean Carpenter gave Hamlet a 25th minute lead that Johnnie Dyer cancelled out for the Gs a minute before half-time.
Defender Antonio Simeone then gave the home side the lead 7 minutes into the second half, but with less than a minute to go, Erhun Oztumer earned Dulwich a second go when he converted from the penalty spot.
The Kent Hurlimann League`s last representative in the competition, Greenwich Borough, bowed out as Ryman Premier side Cray Wanderers won 1-0 at Holmesdale.
The all-Molten Spartan South Midlands League tie between London Lions and AFC Dunstable went the way of the visitors 4-2 at Hemel Hempstead Town`s Vauxhall Road ground, which therefore hosted two `home` cup exits this weekend!