A dramatic late winner from Lewis Bemrose secured Bottesford Town a place in the Second Round Qualifying stage of this season's Buildbase FA Vase in midweek.
The Poachers looked to be going into extra-time in their replay at home to Total Motion Midland League Division One side Leicester Road after the visitors' opener from the penalty spot on fifteen minutes was cancelled out by a Jack McMenemy equaliser just before half-time.
But, the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division hosts got the vital breakthrough with two minutes remaining to book a trip to Abacus Lighting Central Midlands League outfit Pinxton later in the month.
Meanwhile, there was disappointment for Selby Town
who bowed out of the Emirates FA Cup in their Preliminary Round Replay but the Division One side took Kendal Town, who are a step above them in the National League System, all the way to penalties.
Samuel Cable had given the Robins a half-time lead but the visitors levelled on the hour mark and that is how stayed through the rest of normal and then extra-time before Kendal went through 5-3 on spot kicks.
There were plenty of goals in the five League Cup games that took place in midweek with Jason Davis' hat-trick helping Campion
to a 5-1 win at Parkgate
in their First Round tie.
Alex Cusack and Jahro Parchment also netted before Martin Brissett grabbed a late consolation for the Steelmen.
The other four matches were Second Round encounters with Penistone Church
having the most comfortable evening as a Conor Glavin brace, added to by goals from Andrew Ring, Brett Lovell, Sam Scrivens and Ryan Johnson, saw them through 6-0 at home to Harrogate Railway Athletic
raced into a 3-0 lead at home to Glasshoughton Welfare
, Ryan Carroll struck twice, sandwiching a Joshua Nodder goal in a nine-minute spell in the opening period.
The away side fought back with Kyle Willis getting their first on 35 before Jack Knight made it a more nervous affair with their second as the game approached its final quarter but Main held on to progress 3-2.
Harrison Blakey put Yorkshire Amateur
ahead in their tie at home to Handsworth Parramore
who then equalised through Jonathan Froggatt and took the lead with a Lee Cooksey strike.
Fernando Moke scored with fourteen minutes remaining to make it 2-2 and, after ninety minutes, the hosts progressed with 5-4 win on penalties.
It was 1-1 after normal time between Bridlington Town
and Goole AFC
, Oliver Smith with a late equaliser for the Vikings after Chris Adams had put the hosts ahead midway through the first half.
And, it was Goole who powered on in extra-time with Smith's second and their third from Derry Robson sending them through to the Third Round with a 3-1 victory.