Staveley Miners Welfare and Bottesford Town saw their time in this season's Buildbase FA Vase come to an end as the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division sides tasted defeat in their First Round replays in midweek.
Staveley travelled to Hallmark Security League side Silsden and never recovered from a dreadful start as they conceded twice in the opening ten minutes.
Despite a battling performance, the Trojans could not get themselves back into the game and went down 2-0 to their fellow Step 5 hosts.
Bottesford, meanwhile, found themselves 2-0 up within 27 minutes at home to Lincolnshire Senior League side Saffron Dynamo and it looked as though their two division superiority would comfortably see them through.
However, the Poachers were pegged back by the final quarter-of-an-hour and, as the game entered its fourth minute of stoppage time, the visitors snatched a dramatic winner to progress with a 3-2 victory.
Elsewhere, there were four matches involving our teams in the Second Round of the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup with two of them being all-NCEL affairs.
trailed to a sixteenth-minute opener from Thomas Cropper at home to Swallownest
but a Bruno Holden penalty early in the second half was added to by a late strike from Matthew Robinson to send the hosts through 2-1.
meanwhile enjoyed a 5-0 victory at AFC Emley
, Jake Currie striking twice and Jed Phillips also netting to give them a three goal advantage at the interval before Oliver Fearon and Joshua Hemmingway completed the scoring in the second period.
were on the verge of going out at home to Jubilee Sports as a half-hour penalty had the visitors ahead until the 89th minute when Kieran Watson levelled to force extra-time.
From that point on, the Sandygate side's superiority showed as Watson netted twice more to claim a 3-1 win over their Sheffield & Hallamshire County Senior League visitors.
, meanwhile, were also against Step 7 opposition as they went to former NCEL side Dinnington Town and came away with a hard-fought 2-0 victory, Danny Frost and Alfie Dodsworth scoring either side of half-time to put the Miners in the hat for the Third Round draw.