The First Round Proper of this season's Buildbase FA Vase began at the weekend with five of the ten Toolstation NCEL clubs involved progressing through to the next stage on Saturday.
Three ties were held over to a later date, Hemsworth Miners Welfare
's trip to Abbey Hey and Hallam
's home clash with AFC Blackpool due to COVID-19 issues whilst Skegness Town
's match at Stourport Swifts was postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
were one of the quintet to book their place in the Second Round as Adam Drury's strike just before half time gave them a single goal victory at home to Quorn.
trailed 2-1 at home to Newcastle Benfield going into the final half hour of their tie but they roared back to go through with a 5-2 victory, thanks to Nicky Boshell's second of the afternoon and then goals from Oliver Fearon, Kevy Tarangadzo and Joe Walton.
Mitchell Dunner gave Maltby Main
the perfect start in their home clash with Newcastle University and Connor Cutts doubled their lead on 57 minutes before the visitors pulled one back only for Aiden Nagi to complete the scoring late on in a 3-1 win for the Muglet Lane hosts.
recovered from a slow start to progress 5-4 on penalties following a 2-2 draw at Wythenshawe Town, Leigh Hutchinson and Thomas Corner restoring parity in the second period after the hosts had gone 2-0 up in the opening 25 minutes.
And, Penistone Church
were also celebrating thanks to their 3-0 home victory over AFC Liverpool, Jordan Coduri, Brett Lovell and Kieran Ryan netting for Penistone on an enjoyable afternoon for them.
There was disappointment, however, for the rest of our sides as AFC Mansfield
let a two goal lead slip in a 3-2 loss at Stone Old Alleynians after top scorer Ross Duggan had given the Bulls control by the interval.
But, Jordan Annable's sending off early in the second period and three goals conceded in nine minutes saw Matt Chatfield's team bow out of the competition.
Jacob Robertson got on the scoresheet for Harrogate Railway Athletic
but they went down 2-1 at 1874 Northwich whilst there was shoot-out despair for Bridlington Town
and Yorkshire Amateur
Bridlington drew 2-2 at home to North Shields, Fraser Papprill and Daniel Earl with their goals, before they were beaten 5-4 on penalties whilst the Ammers lost 3-0 on spot kicks after their match at Jarrow ended goalless.
In the league, two matches succumbed to the wet weather with Eccleshill United
's home clash with Staveley Miners Welfare
and Winterton Rangers
' visit to Hall Road Rangers
foiled by a waterlogged pitch.
climb to third in the Premier Division following a 3-1 win at fifth-placed Handsworth
, James Burgess, Sam Denton and Sam Barker with their goals whilst Anthony Mackie found the net for the hosts.
Christopher Wademan's dramatic 86th minute winner grabbed Silsden AFC
a 1-0 victory at Thackley
that moves them up into fourteenth above Goole AFC
who drew 1-1 at Knaresborough Town
The Vikings looked to have taken all three points when Ryan Ferguson gave them a 61st minute lead but Joseph Pugh levelled things for the hosts with a 77th minute penalty.
Division One leaders Campion
remain one point clear at the summit after they tasted defeat following a remarkable comeback by their hosts Parkgate
who climb to ninth.
Campion led 4-2 by the 57th minute but the Steelmen rallied with Jamie Austin scoring in the 69th and then the 80th minute to make it 4-4 and Sam Ackroyd snatched a remarkable winner for Parkgate as the game veered towards stoppage time.
Third-placed Brigg Town
missed out on a chance to get to within two points of Campion as they were beaten 3-2 at home by Armthorpe Welfare
, James Arnold, Lee McFadden and Adam Baskerville with the goals that secured the victory for the visitors who move four points clear of the basement.
's 2-0 home victory over Nostell Miners Welfare
sees them leap up into seventh, Zach Casburn and Geno Robinson with the goals at the start of each half.
Samuel Bebbington's hat-trick helped Dronfield Town
to a 4-0 win at East Hull
and it was a point apiece between Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
and Glasshoughton Welfare
with Mark Ferguson putting the visitors ahead before Joe Dungworth made it 1-1 midway through the second period.
Photo: AFC Mansfield were beaten 3-2 at Stone Old Alleynians in the First Round Proper of the Buildbase FA Vase on Saturday, conceding three times in nine minutes after Jordan Annable's red card. (Credit: Rob Waite)