Emley AFC were one of four Toolstation NCEL sides to book their place in the next stage of the Buildbase FA Vase with First Round victories on Saturday.
The Pewits enjoyed a comfortable 4-1 home win over Longridge Town with Samuel Pashley and Callum Charlton giving them a two goal lead by the interval before Lennon O'Grady and Jack Bennett doubled their advantage with the visitors pulling a goal back with fourteen minutes remaining.
A hat-trick from Josh Walker helped Winterton Rangers
to a 5-1 victory at home to NCEL Premier Division rivals Goole AFC
, Luke Anderson and Daniel Walker also getting on the scoresheet for the hosts after Mitchell Pattinson had grabbed what was an equaliser for the Vikings.
defeated Heaton Stannington 5-2, their away win coming courtesy of goals from an early Andrew Cooper penalty then further additions to the scoreline from Ellis Wade, Luke Aldrich, Aiden Day and Zackary Sangster.
And, Thomas Waudby struck twice as Barton Town
progressed with a 3-1 defeat of Cleator Moor Celtic, Benjamin Hinchliffe with the third for the Swans.
The quartet go into Monday's Second Round draw along with North Ferriby
who enter the competition at this stage.
Two of our sides bowed out on penalties after drawing 1-1, Garforth Town
held at Burscough after James Burgess' opener whilst Jordan Barnett forced spot-kicks with his injury time equaliser for Grimsby Borough
at home to Redcar Town.
's participation ended with a 6-0 loss at Abbey Hey whilst Alex Nightingale netted for Swallownest
in their 3-1 home defeat to Birtley Town.
There was also one county cup tie played as Scott Phillips scored the only goal of the game in Brigg Town
's win at home to Bourne Town in the First Round of the Lincolnshire Senior Trophy.
Six games were played in the Premier Division with Handsworth
, Sherwood Colliery
and Maltby Main
all moving up the table to be from fourth to sixth, respectively.
Two each from Mitchell Dunne and Leon Howarth, along with a James Oliver strike, saw Handsworth defeat visitors Bottesford Town
5-0 and Sherwood Colliery
were 3-0 home winners over Thackley
All three goals came in a seven minute spell in around the half-hour mark as William Norcross, Gareth Curtis and Ryan Ingram put the game out of reach of the visiting Dennyboys.
Malby, meanwhile, were 4-1 victors at home to Hemsworth Miners Welfare
, the away side going ahead through Samuel Tingle before a Jamie Austin double, added to by goals from Johnathan Williams and Reagan Waud, secured the win.
Hemsworth drop to the foot of the table, replacing Athersley Recreation
who move up to nineteenth with a 2-1 win at home to Knaresborough Town
, Joshua Brown scoring both goals for the Rec following an opener from the visitors by Bradley Walker.
Ewan Catt netted on his AFC Mansfield
debut to give the Bulls a 1-0 victory over visitors Albion Sports
and Phil Buxton's side climb to eighth whilst the Lions stay seventeenth.
And, the match between Silsden AFC
and Penistone Church
was abandoned after 25 minutes due to a serious injury to Penistone's Nathan Keightley and all at the NCEL wish him a speedy recovery.
return to the top of the Division One table after they mercilessly dispatched visitors Selby Town
8-1 at Sandygate.
Liam Royles' opener for the Countrymen was cancelled out by a 29th minute Liam Flanagan penalty but the hosts took control from thereon with Christopher Salt and Christopher Wood giving them a 3-1 interval lead.
Iren Wilson struck twice, Salt got his second, and Kieran Watson and Steven Woolley also added to the tally to put Hallam a point ahead at the summit over Brigg Town
who were without a game.
A 3-0 home win over Harrogate Railway Athletic
in their top-five clash lifts Rossington Main
to third, Gary Mundy, Myron Gibbons and William Monteiro with Main's goals.
climb to sixth with Samuel Foulds' double concluding the scoring in a 6-0 home win over Ollerton Town
, Jack Wilson, Noel Burdett, Jack Mawson and Alex Varley earlier putting the hosts in full control by half-time.
Joel Dungworth, Ben Donoghue, Alfie Dodsworth and Alexander Hutchinson were on the scoresheet for Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
in a 4-0 win at basement side Teversal
and they move up into seventh.
A hat-trick from Sam Robinson helped Hall Road Rangers
to a 5-1 victory at home to FC Humber United
and it was 2-1 win on their travels for Dronfield Town
at Nostell Miners Welfare
, Sam Terry getting both of their goals.
Photo: Jack Bennett beats the Longridge Town goalkeeper to the ball to score Emley AFC's final goal in their 4-1 home win in the First Round of the Buildbase FA Vase on Saturday. (Picture: Mark Parsons)