Dronfield Town and Hallam beat higher-ranked opposition as ten Toolstation NCEL sides progressed to the First Round Proper of this season's Buildbase FA Vase at the weekend.
Dronfield went behind at home to Step 5 visitors Harborough Town but a second-half surge, including three goals in fourteen minutes from Callum Mawbey, Matthew Ord and Mark Fereday, ensured they went through 3-1 and into Monday's draw.
Hallam, meanwhile, travelled to Bootle and the game looked to be edging closer to extra-time when Micah Bishop found the net in the 81st minute to give the Sandygate side a 1-0 victory at New Bucks Park.
and Winterton Rangers
join them in the next stage after both beat fellow NCEL Division One sides with Parkgate
and Rossington Main
falling by the wayside.
Gracjan Klimczak's third-minute opener was added to in the second period by Matthew Semley and Jack Knight for Glasshoughton before Andrew Fox's late penalty gave Parkgate a consolation.
And, Winterton were also victors on their own patch as goals in each half from Luke Anderson and Luke Wheeldon ensured a 2-0 win over Rossington for the division's leaders.
were the other Division One side to go through as Alex Lill's hat-trick helped them to a 4-1 home win over another Step 6 side, AFC Blackpool, Ashley Layne with their fourth goal fifteen minutes from time.
The all-Step 5 clash between Bridlington Town
and visitors Consett went into extra-time before Jake Day broke the deadlock and the Seasiders claimed a tight single-goal victory.
The other four Premier Division teams to triumph, Barton Town
, Garforth Town
, Staveley Miners Welfare
all did so against Step 6 opposition.
Thomas Waudby, Gareth Barlow, Matthew Savage and Donald Chimalilio secured Barton a 4-0 home win against Ashton Town whilst Devonte Newman-Morton's 71st minute strike proved to be the winner for Garforth as they beat hosts Ryton & Crawcrook Albion 2-1.
Jahmal Riley netted twice in Staveley's 4-1 home defeat of Maine Road and there was a brace each for James Rothel and Luke Robinson as Thackley dispatched visitors Carlisle City 5-2.
, meanwhile, drew 1-1 at Pinxton, a side two steps below them in the National League System, having played most of the match with ten men and they will replay on Wednesday night after 120 minutes could not determine a winner.
The five teams to bow out at this stage to non-NCEL sides on Saturday were FC Bolsover
, Ollerton Town
, Shirebrook Town
, Skegness Town
and Worksop Town
and they were joined 24 hours later by Albion Sports
, Maltby Main
and Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
who were all beaten on Sunday.
Saturday also saw eight league matches, five in the Premier Division and three in Division One, with Hemsworth Miners Welfare
returning to the summit in the top flight thanks to a 2-0 win at Goole AFC
Seon Ripley's 23rd minute strike was added to early in the second period by Bradley Dockerty and Hemsworth are a point ahead of Yorkshire Amateur
who climb to second after their 3-1 home victory over Harrogate Railway Athletic
Matthew Dempsey and Ashley Flynn had the Ammers two goals up by the tenth minute before the Rail rallied and halved the deficit through Sam Barker on 36 but the points were sealed with the home side's third from Fernando Moke after the interval.
The defeats for Goole and Harrogate Railway mean they remain in the bottom two whilst the other side on three points, Athersley Recreation
, were also beaten as late goals from Lee Cooksey and Jonathan Williams saw them go down 2-1 at Handsworth Parramore
and Eccleshill United
are up to fifth and sixth, respectively, following their home victories, Danny Howes and Andrew Ring netting in Penistone's 2-0 triumph over Liversedge
And, despite a Reagan Waud double for visitors Hall Road Rangers
, Eccleshill were 3-2 victors thanks to Ben Grech-Brooksbank, Andrew Cooper and Jassim Alali.
In Division One, second-placed Nostell Miners Welfare
were unable to close the gap on Winterton at the top as they were beaten 3-2 at Grimsby Borough
Injury time strikes from Adam Drury and Daniel Trott turned the game completely on its head with the hosts coming from 2-1 down to take the three points and move up into fifth.
are now sixth after goals from Carl Stewart and Liam Neal sealed a 2-1 win over visitors Armthorpe Welfare
And, it was a point apiece in the remaining game as East Yorkshire Carnegie
and AFC Emley
shared four goals, Dan Stocker opening the scoring for the visitors before a quickfire Josh Walker double put Carnegie ahead by the break and Ruben Jerome made it honours even on 74 minutes.
Photo: Opening goalscorer Seon Ripley (#9) goes over to congratulate Bradley Dockerty after he also finds the net in a 2-0 win at Goole AFC to send Hemsworth Miners Welfare top of the table. (Picture: Pete Murden)