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There were few `upsets` in Saturday’s Isuzu FA Trophy First Round involving clubs in the Pitching In Southern Football League.

However, Isthmian League North Division club Heybridge Swifts knocked Premier Division Central side Royston Town out of the competition on their own Garden Walk patch. The Essex outfit, who beat Isthmian Premier Division side Potters Bar Town in the last round, took an early 4th-minute lead through Rhys Henry. And then 10 minutes from time, made sure it is their name going into Monday’s draw with a second from Ross Wall.

Also losing to outside opposition were Royston’s league rivals Basford United, who suffered a 2-1 defeat at Greenwich Avenue to Northern Premier League Premier Division side Marine AFC. Freddie Price gave the Mariners a 19th-minute lead that Hayden Campbell doubled right on the stroke of half-time. The Nottinghamshire hosts had their visitors pinned back for the majority of the second half but could only respond with a 64th-minute effort from substitute Gregg Smith.

Premier Division South high-flyers Weston-super-Mare were beaten 2-1 at the Optima Stadium by Isthmian League Premier Division side Bognor Regis Town. And that despite taking an early 5th-minute lead through Elis Watts. But Nathan Odokonyero eventually equalised from close range in the 72nd minute and just 5 minutes later, headed home what proved to be the Rocks` winner.

Weston’s league rivals Chesham United shared a 2-2 draw with Bognor’s rivals Lewes after 90 minutes, but it’s the Rooks who progressed after winning the penalty shoot-out 3-1.Frankie Sutherland gave the hosts a 9th-minute lead that Tom Champion levelled after 20 minutes. Jamie Mascoll looked to have won it for Lewes when he made it 2-1 in the 4th minute of stoppage time. But 2 minutes later, Karl Oliyide grabbed a last-gasp Generals equaliser, only to bow out on penalties.

There was an excellent crowd of 805 at the Pardus Wealth Stadium to see the derby between Division One Central club Harlow Town and Isthmian Premier Division side Bishop’s Stortford. But in the end, they witnessed a comfortable win for the visiting Blues, whose Ollie Peters netted a hat-trick in the 16th, 45th and 77th minutes, with Frankie Merrifield adding the other 4 minutes from time.

Beating teams from other Trident Leagues were Tamworth, Kings Langley, Leiston, Coalville Town and Tavistock AFC

Premier Division Central leaders Tamworth eased past Northern Premier League Premier Division side Liversedge 2-0 at the Clayborn Stadium. A Dan Creaney penalty gave the Lambs a 25th-minute lead that Ty Deacon eventually added to 15 minutes from time.

Tamworth’s league rivals Coalville Town made their long trip north to NPL Division One East side Dunston UTS a successful one with a 3-1 win. Tendai Chitiza gave Adam Stevens` side an 18th-minute lead that Will Jenkins cancelled out after 65 minutes.

But the north easterners were only level for 3 minutes as Ashley Chambers restored the Ravens` lead and then added a third in the 80th minute.

Kings Langley may be struggling in the Premier Division Central at present, but they produced a battling performance to beat Isthmian Premier Division side Carshalton Athletic 1-0 – with ten-men – at Colston Avenue. The visitors had a great start when Brad Wadkins gave them an early 2nd-minute lead. Kennedy Feyi came off the bench for Kings on the hour-mark, but only 4 minutes later, he was off the pitch again after being shown a straight red card for a late challenge. But Kings Langley held on, despite a great deal of pressure from the Robins in the final 20 minutes or so.

Another Premier Division Central club through are Leiston, who are enjoying a terrific campaign to date. But they were made to battle for their 2-1 home win over Isthmian League North side Wroxham. Will Davies gave the hosts a 24th-minute lead that Robbie Linford levelled on 56 minutes. It looked like the tie was heading for penalties until substitute Joe Marsden popped up with a 90th-minute winner for Darren Eadie and Chris Wigger’s men.

Tavistock keep the Division One South flag flying after they edged out Isthmian South Central side Binfield 2-1 at Langsford Park. The Devonians hit the Berkshire visitors with two goals in a minute around the half-hour mark from Liam Prynn and then Josh Grant. James Beauchamp pulled the Moles back into the tie with 12 minutes remaining, but Tavi held firm to enter Monday’s draw.

In the all-Southern League ties, there was joy for Division One Central side AFC Dunstable or Tavistock’s league rivals AFC Totton or Bristol Manor Farm, who all bowed out.

The OD’s lost 1-0 at Creasey Park to Premier Division South outfit Hanwell Town, for whom Shomari Barnwell scored after 36 minutes. The Stags lost 3-1 at the Trico Stadium to in-form Premier Division Central hosts Redditch United. Goals from Bernard Mensah after 13 minutes and Danny King just before half-time gave the Reds a two-goal cushion. The visitors reduced the deficit 8 minutes into the second half when Robbie Bunn was penalised for a foul in the area and the experienced Scott Rendell netted the resulting penalty. But in the 88th minute, Mensah was fouled in the opposite box and Reece Flanagan made it 3-1 from the spot.

Bristol Manor Farm were beaten 3-1 at Bolitho Park by Premier Division South club Plymouth Parkway. Ben Seymour put the home side in front after just 7 minutes and Austen Booth added a second 5 minutes before the break. Josh Ford reduced the arrears 5 minutes after the restart, but 7 minutes into stoppage time, Rio Garside made it 3-1.

Two all-Premier Division Central ties saw wins for Alvechurch and Hednesford Town.

Ian Long’s side, who face League One Cheltenham Town in the Emirates FA Cup First Round next Saturday, won 2-1 at Liberty Way against Nuneaton Borough. League form meant nothing here with Boro currently sitting third and Alvechurch fourth-from-bottom.

Danny Waldron broke the deadlock to give the visitors a 54th-minute lead that Kaine Richards cancelled out just 3 minutes later. Almost straight from the restart though, Tyrell Skeen-Hamilton restored Alvechurch’s lead. Nuneaton had substitute keeper Liam Castle shown a red card late on as tempers frayed.

A crowd of 504 saw Hednesford – second-from-bottom in the table – win 4-2 at home to Stourbridge. An early 2nd-minute Leroy Lita effort gave the Pitmen a lead that Zac Hartley added to in the 19th minute with a terrific shot. New signing Stanley Anaebonam gave the home side a 48th-minute third goal and the striker signed from Truro City made it 4-0 in the 57th minute. Jason Cowley pulled one back for the Glassboys 10 minutes later and Lee Vaughan scored a second for the visitors 8 minutes from time.

Going through from all-Premier Division South ties are Harrow Borough, Swindon Supermarine and Beaconsfield Town.

Goals from George Moore after 10 minutes and Montel Brown on 66 minutes saw Harrow through 2-0 at Earlsmead against Hayes & Yeading United. Swindon Supermarine inflicted a 5-0 hammering on hosts Winchester City. Harry Williams after 19 minutes and Conor McDonagh in the 32nd minute gave `Marine a 2-0 interval lead. Williams` header made it 3-0 on 70 minutes and Brad Hooper added a fourth 10 minutes later, with Zack Kotwica making it a nap hand 2 minutes from time.

Premier Division South leader Truro City can concentrate on trying to win promotion after exiting the Trophy 2-0 at Holloways Park to Beaconsfield Town. Sam Granville gave the Rams a 23rd-minute lead that Kyel Reid doubled from the penalty spot in the 36th minute.

levelled after 20 minutes. Jamie Mascoll looked to have won it for Lewes when he made it 2-1 in the 4th minute of stoppage time. But 2 minutes later, Karl Oliyide grabbed a last-gasp Generals equaliser, only to bow out on penalties.

There was an excellent crowd of 805 at the Pardus Wealth Stadium to see the derby between Division One Central club Harlow Town and Isthmian Premier Division side Bishop’s Stortford. But in the end, they witnessed a comfortable win for the visiting Blues, whose Ollie Peters netted a hat-trick in the 16th, 45th and 77th minutes, with Frankie Merrifield adding the other 4 minutes from time.

Beating teams from other Trident Leagues were Tamworth, Kings Langley, Leiston, Coalville Town and Tavistock AFC

Premier Division Central leaders Tamworth eased past Northern Premier League Premier Division side Liversedge 2-0 at the Clayborn Stadium. A Dan Creaney penalty gave the Lambs a 25th-minute lead that Ty Deacon eventually added to 15 minutes from time.

Tamworth’s league rivals Coalville Town made their long trip north to NPL Division One East side Dunston UTS a successful one with a 3-1 win. Tendai Chitiza gave Adam Stevens` side an 18th-minute lead that Will Jenkins cancelled out after 65 minutes.

But the north easterners were only level for 3 minutes as Ashley Chambers restored the Ravens` lead and then added a third in the 80th minute.

Kings Langley may be struggling in the Premier Division Central at present, but they produced a battling performance to beat Isthmian Premier Division side Carshalton Athletic 1-0 – with ten-men – at Colston Avenue. The visitors had a great start when Brad Wadkins gave them an early 2nd-minute lead. Kennedy Feyi came off the bench for Kings on the hour-mark, but only 4 minutes later, he was off the pitch again after being shown a straight red card for a late challenge. But Kings Langley held on, despite a great deal of pressure from the Robins in the final 20 minutes or so.

Another Premier Division Central club through are Leiston, who are enjoying a terrific campaign to date. But they were made to battle for their 2-1 home win over Isthmian League North side Wroxham. Will Davies gave the hosts a 24th-minute lead that Robbie Linford levelled on 56 minutes. It looked like the tie was heading for penalties until substitute Joe Marsden popped up with a 90th-minute winner for Darren Eadie and Chris Wigger’s men.

Tavistock keep the Division One South flag flying after they edged out Isthmian South Central side Binfield 2-1 at Langsford Park. The Devonians hit the Berkshire visitors with two goals in a minute around the half-hour mark from Liam Prynn and then Josh Grant. James Beauchamp pulled the Moles back into the tie with 12 minutes remaining, but Tavi held firm to enter Monday’s draw.

In the all-Southern League ties, there was joy for Division One Central side AFC Dunstable or Tavistock’s league rivals AFC Totton or Bristol Manor Farm, who all bowed out.

The OD’s lost 1-0 at Creasey Park to Premier Division South outfit Hanwell Town, for whom Shomari Barnwell scored after 36 minutes. The Stags lost 3-1 at the Trico Stadium to in-form Premier Division Central hosts Redditch United. Goals from Bernard Mensah after 13 minutes and Danny King just before half-time gave the Reds a two-goal cushion. The visitors reduced the deficit 8 minutes into the second half when Robbie Bunn was penalised for a foul in the area and the experienced Scott Rendell netted the resulting penalty. But in the 88th minute, Mensah was fouled in the opposite box and Reece Flanagan made it 3-1 from the spot.

Bristol Manor Farm were beaten 3-1 at Bolitho Park by Premier Division South club Plymouth Parkway. Ben Seymour put the home side in front after just 7 minutes and Austen Booth added a second 5 minutes before the break. Josh Ford reduced the arrears 5 minutes after the restart, but 7 minutes into stoppage time, Rio Garside made it 3-1.

Two all-Premier Division Central ties saw wins for Alvechurch and Hednesford Town.

Ian Long’s side, who face League One Cheltenham Town in the Emirates FA Cup First Round next Saturday, won 2-1 at Liberty Way against Nuneaton Borough. League form meant nothing here with Boro currently sitting third and Alvechurch fourth-from-bottom.

Danny Waldron broke the deadlock to give the visitors a 54th-minute lead that Kaine Richards cancelled out just 3 minutes later. Almost straight from the restart though, Tyrell Skeen-Hamilton restored Alvechurch’s lead. Nuneaton had substitute keeper Liam Castle shown a red card late on as tempers frayed.

A crowd of 504 saw Hednesford – second-from-bottom in the table – win 4-2 at home to Stourbridge. An early 2nd-minute Leroy Lita effort gave the Pitmen a lead that Zac Hartley added to in the 19th minute with a terrific shot. New signing Stanley Anaebonam gave the home side a 48th-minute third goal and the striker signed from Truro City made it 4-0 in the 57th minute. Jason Cowley pulled one back for the Glassboys 10 minutes later and Lee Vaughan scored a second for the visitors 8 minutes from time.

Going through from all-Premier Division South ties are Harrow Borough, Swindon Supermarine and Beaconsfield Town.

Goals from George Moore after 10 minutes and Montel Brown on 66 minutes saw Harrow through 2-0 at Earlsmead against Hayes & Yeading United. Swindon Supermarine inflicted a 5-0 hammering on hosts Winchester City. Harry Williams after 19 minutes and Conor McDonagh in the 32nd minute gave `Marine a 2-0 interval lead. Williams` header made it 3-0 on 70 minutes and Brad Hooper added a fourth 10 minutes later, with Zack Kotwica making it a nap hand 2 minutes from time.

Premier Division South leader Truro City can concentrate on trying to win promotion after exiting the Trophy 2-0 at Holloways Park to Beaconsfield Town. Sam Granville gave the Rams a 23rd-minute lead that Kyel Reid doubled from the penalty spot in the 36th minute.