Hallam, Handsworth Parramore and Maltby Main put their names in the hat for today’s FA Vase second round draw.
Hallam won 2-1 at fellow Northern Counties East Division One side Selby Town to take their unbeaten away record in all competitions into double figures.
Michael Blythen gave Ryan Hindley side a 20th minute lead with a shot that went in off the post after Danny Flynn had pulled the ball back.
The Countrymen deservedly made it 2-0 when Elliott Simpson with a perfectly weighted through pass for Jordan Turner to clip the ball over the keeper.
Selby pulled one back through a Chris Jackson 15-yard volley just past the hour.
Handsworth put out one of the favourites Shildon at Sandy Lane but needed extra-time before going through 5-4.
The County Durham side, second in the Northern League Division One, trailed after five minutes as Kierna Wells, converted Danny Buttle’s ball into the box. The equalised through Mark Dunninger’s shot from distance with Dunninger heading in his and Shildon’s second to make it 2-1.
The Ambers hit back immediately as James Cullingworth rifled home from 20-yards to make it 2-2 at the break.
Wells scored his second from Jon Froggatt’s flick on to restore Handsworth lead but back came Shildon with an equaliser when Gary Brown was unmarked to head home.
Four minutes into extra time Handsworth had the lead again as Wells completed his hat-trick from Froggatt’s assist. Froggatt then scored what proved to be the winner in the 110th minute slotting in from close range. Shildon pulled one back with five minutes remaining with Dunninger completing his hat-trick from the penalty spot.
Maltby Main also need extra-time before seeing off Northern League Two Stokesley Sports Club 4-1. Steve Hopwell’s 25th minute effort had looked like being enough to put Maltby through only for the home side to grab an equaliser with 10 minutes left.
However, two goals in the opening minutes of extra-time from Ryan Poole and Farbod Yousefi put the Miners firmly in control with Yousefi sealing the tie in the second period with his second.
Dronfield went out 3-2 after extra-time at Stonelow Road against Northern League Ashington. Carlton Dickman had given Town a 22nd minute lead but the visitors turned it around with goals either side of the interval. Ashden Morley struck in stoppage time to send the tie into extra-time but Ashington scored the decisive goal with minutes to spare.
Athersley Recreation crashed out 5-1 at home to NWC Premier Division leaders Colne after Tom Harben had given the hosts a 16th minute lead. Armthorpe Welfare wereon the wrong end of a 8-0 scoreline at Guisborough Town.
* Parkgate’s poor NCE League form continued as they slipped to a sixth defeat in seven with a 2-0 loss at home to Thackley.
Pensitone Church went down 2-1 at Yorkshire Amateur in their first league defeat in 14 games. Danny Barlow scored their consolation.
Worsbrough Bridge were well beaten 6-2 at Ecclshill United and have now taken only one point from the last 21. They scored through Robert Oldham’s penalty and a Matt Jacobseffort.
AFC Emley hit double figures for the second successive home game thumping Lincoln Moorlands Railway 11-1. Ashley Flynn helped himself to a hat-trick to take his seasons tally to an incredible 42. Kieran Ryan (2), Alex Stock (2), Michael Tunnaclife, John Corduri, Tom Brennan and Sam Scrivens getting in on the goals feast.
Fixtures - Tuesday, League Cup second round: Barton OB v Rossington Main. Div One: Dronfield Tn v Lincoln MR, ,Glasshoughton W v AFC Emley, Hemsworth MW v Worsbrough B .
Wednesday - Premier Div: Brigg Town v Athersley Re, Maltb v Handsworth Parr, Staveley MW v Clipstone.