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However, neither Northwich Victoria nor Sunderland RCA were able to take advantage on home grass.
Hallmark Security League Premier Division Vics went down 2-1 to BetVictor Northern Premier League Premier Division side Lancaster City in front of a crowd of 310 at Wincham Park.
Former Ipswich Town, Portsmouth and Leeds United midfielder David Norris broke the deadlock to give the Dolly Blues the lead 4 minutes after half-time.
And Norris killed off Vics` hopes with a second in the 87th minute, although Kieron Kenny did manage a consolation for the hosts in stoppage time.
Sunderland RCA hosted former Ebac Northern League First Division rivals Dunston, who were promoted to the NPL Division One North West at the end of last season, after holding them to a 0-0 draw last weekend.
But the visitors made no mistake, running in five goals without reply, with Cedwyn Scott (pictured) earning rave reviews for netting four of them himself in the 12th, 17th, 42nd and 55th minutes – the last from the penalty spot – after Danny Wright had given his side an 11th minute lead.
BetVictor Southern League Premier Division Central club Biggleswade Town were held to a 2-2 draw last Saturday at Southern Division One Central neighbours St Neots Town.
However, the Waders ensured there was to be no upset at Langford Road as Solomon Sambou bagged a brace with a goal in either half.
The all-BetVictor Isthmian League Premier Division replay between Lewes and Leatherhead required extra-time and then penalties to separate the two teams.
Dayshonne Golding gave the Rooks a good start in front of just under 400 at the Dripping Pan when he put them in front inside 5 minutes.
But Eddie D`Sane equalised from the spot 13 minutes later and the Tanners took the lead through Tommy Wood 5 minutes after that.
However, the Rooks grabbed a controversial 90th minute equaliser when the officials awarded a goal to Jordy Mongoy after his initial effort had hit a post and bounced into `keeper Zaki Oualah`s hands.
The visitors had Wood dismissed for a second bookable offence 7 minutes before the end of extra-time but held on only for Lewes to win the penalty shoot-out 3-1.
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