Despite taking an early lead in their Buildbase FA Vase Third Round tie in midweek, AFC Mansfield were knocked out of the competition as they were beaten 3-1 at home by Midland League side Newark Flowserve.
In a game that was delayed until 8:30pm on Tuesday night due to floodlight problems at the Forest Town Arena, Philip Buxton put the Bulls ahead in the sixth minute.
But, their visitors quickly levelled and then booked their place at the next stage with two further goals in the second half.
It means that the Toolstation NCEL's participation in the FA Vase is over for this season as all four sides who got through to the Third Round tasted defeat.
There was also a late start in the night's Division One fixture - this time due to travel problems - as second-placed Campion
were at Dronfield Town
hoping to close the gap on leaders Skegness Town to three points.
But, it was the home side that prevailed in a game that kicked off at around 8:15pm with Daniel Wood and Callum Mawbey netting in the first half for a 2-0 victory that keeps them thirteenth but now seven points away from the bottom two.
The rest of the midweek action took place in various county cups around the region with two of the three ties being all-NCEL affairs.
Tom Corner scored twice in the first half for North Ferriby
as the Division One side defeated Premier Division visitors Bridlington Town
4-2 in the Second Round of the East Riding Senior Cup.
Jamie Forrester added a third on the hour mark before Mark Hutchinson netted twice for the visiting Seasiders and Sam Robinsson also got on the scoresheet for the hosts.
Jack McMenemy put Bottesford Town
ahead in their Lincolnshire Senior Trophy First Round clash with Grimsby Borough
but Borough made full use of home advantage - the game had been switched to the Bradley Football Development Centre - to go through 3-2.
Adam Drury struck each side of the interval to give them the lead, Lewis Bemrose added their third on 80 and Jack Bowskin got a late consolation in stoppage time.
And, there was disappointment for Hallam
who were knocked out of the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup, going down 2-0 to Swinton Athletic in a Third Round tie that was played at Sandygate.
The visitors, who are top of the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior League, caused an upset with goals at either end of the second period.