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Summary

  1. Watch action so far via highlights tab
  2. Sixth-tier Worcester hold Scunthorpe
  3. Non-league Dover beat Cheltenham
  4. Conference Chester hold Barnsley

Live Reporting

By Phil Cartwright and Brendon Mitchell

All times stated are UK

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That's a wrap

That just about brings our FA Cup live text marathon to a close.

All eyes will now be on tomorrow's third-round draw, which you can watch live on BBC Two from 19:00 GMT. What's your preference - one of the big boys or one of the minnows next up? All of the lucky numbers are below.

But, for now, it's goodnight from us.

Third-round ball numbers

1. AFC Bournemouth 2. Arsenal 3. Aston Villa 4. Birmingham City 5. Blackburn Rovers 6. Blackpool 7. Bolton Wanderers 8. Brentford 9. Brighton & Hove Albion 10. Burnley 11. Cardiff City 12. Charlton Athletic 13. Chelsea 14. Crystal Palace 15. Derby County 16. Everton 17. Fulham 18. Huddersfield Town 19. Hull City 20. Ipswich Town 21. Leeds United 22. Leicester City 23. Liverpool 24. Manchester City 25. Manchester United 26. Middlesbrough 27. Millwall 28. Newcastle United 29. Norwich City 30. Nottingham Forest 31. Queens Park Rangers 32. Reading 33. Rotherham United 34. Sheffield Wednesday 35. Southampton 36. Stoke City 37. Sunderland 38. Swansea City 39. Tottenham Hotspur 40. Watford 41. West Bromwich Albion 42. West Ham United 43. Wigan Athletic 44. Wolverhampton Wanderers 45. Oxford United or Tranmere Rovers 46. Bury or Luton Town 47. Wrexham 48. Scunthorpe United or Worcester City 49. Colchester United 50. AFC Wimbledon 51. Accrington Stanley or Yeovil Town 52. Blyth Spartans 53. Chesterfield 54. Southport 55. Gateshead 56. Doncaster Rovers 57. Preston North End 58. Barnsley or Chester 59. Bradford City 60. Sheffield United 61. Dover Athletic 62. Cambridge United or Mansfield Town 63. Bristol City 64. Aldershot Town or Rochdale

Today's results

Dover cause the biggest upset

Results
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We began the day in the North East, where eighth-tier Warrington Town's fairytale FA Cup run

came to an end at the hands of Conference side Gateshead.

Of our eight 14:00 GMT kick-offs, the limelight belonged to

non-leaguers Dover, who went to Cheltenham Town of League Two and came away with victory, while Aldershot, Worcester City and Chester did themselves proud by holding League One clubs Rochdale, Scunthorpe and Barnsley to credible draws.

And we finished things off with a grandstand finish in Essex, where

Colchester grabbed an injury-time winner to send fellow third-tier club Peterborough crashing out.

The second round - as told by you

#getcarriedaway

Jack Young with the Christmas jumper wearing Dartford fans
Jack Young

All weekend, we've been asking you to share your FA Cup moments using

#getcarriedaway

Here is the story of the shocks and upsets, the long road trips and the lucky bits of underwear -

as told by you.

Post-match reaction

Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

Scunthorpe manager Mark Robins told BBC Radio Humberside: "We weren't good enough. We were lacklustre and we weren't as good as we've been. But then again, I've got three or four players out and those changes make a difference to us. We're still in the hat. We've got to go down to Kidderminster to play in this game against Worcester and there's more work to do. We need to be better and work harder than we did today."

Scunthorpe went ahead through Paddy Madden's first-half goal but the League One side were pegged back after half-time, with Daniel Nti equalising for the Conference North visitors and earning Worcester a replay.

Daniel Nti celebrates
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Worcester celebrate
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Post-match reaction

Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

Worcester City goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan told BBC Midlands Today: "It was an unbelievable game and I think we've proved a few people wrong. People thought we would be a one-hit wonder after beating Coventry, but we've turned up today, started horrifically, but then we grew into the game and could have nicked it at the end. We've given a good account of ourselves again."

Worcester City captain Ellis Deeney on Twitter: "What a game and what a result. In the hat for Monday night. Can't wait for the replay."

Conference North club Worcester could draw Watford, the Championship side for whom Ellis's brother Troy plays, in round three.

Ellis Deeney
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Post-match reaction

Southport 2-1 Eastleigh

Southport manager Gary Brabin: "I'm delighted, not just that we got through, but the performance today was outstanding. We thoroughly deserved it. We've worked on a change of shape. I went to watch Eastleigh in midweek and I thought it was a good time to try something different. I'm an Evertonian and I would love to play Everton at Goodison Park."

Eastleigh manager Richard Hill told BBC Radio Solent: "Sometimes the opposition stop you from playing, sometimes the officials stop you from playing, and most definitely today the officials have stopped us from playing. In the magnitude of this game for these two clubs, that performance from that referee was just not good enough. It's not a red card. It's a blatant foul but it's halfway in our half. It's a yellow card. He's probably the best part of 40 yards from goal but there's a lot that can happen in 40 yards."

Dean Beckwith's red card proved the turning point as Southport beat fellow Conference side Eastleigh to book a place in the third round.

Post-match reaction - highlights now on BBC Two

Gateshead 2-0 Warrington Town

Gateshead manager Gary Mills: "It's 60 years since this club have been in the third round so I'm delighted to be able to be in that hat."

Warrington manager Shaun Reid: "I wish them all the best in the next round because they've earned the right. I'm not going to emphasise what's gone wrong for us. I've enjoyed the journey."

BBC Sport's Kevin Kilbane: "The win against Exeter will live long in the memory. It was one of the highlights of not just this season's FA Cup, but for years to come. Shaun Reid can be proud of the way his team have performed throughout the run."

BBC Sport's Leroy Rosenior: "They've been magnificent. Unfortunately today Craig Robinson and Karl Wills have made slight mistakes after being heroes in the first round, but that's football. Gateshead are a terrific side. John Oster was tremendous today and Warrington did well to stick it out against that Gateshead side."

Eighth-tier Warrington's FA Cup journey is over following a 2-0 defeat by Conference side Gateshead.

#getcarriedaway

Colchester United 1-0 Peterborough United

After Colchester United booked their place in the third round of the FA Cup U's fan

James Bradbury Willis definitely feels his lengthy trip was worthwhile: "A 520-mile round trip was well worth a great @ColU_Official #facup win!"

Post-match reaction - highlights now on BBC Two

Bristol City 1-0 AFC Telford

BBC Sport's Leroy Rosenior: "Telford made it uncomfortable for Bristol City. As it wore on, Telford were getting more and more belief and Bristol City were getting more and more frantic. You feel for Telford because, over the 90 minutes, they maybe just deserved to take Bristol City back to their place."

Kieran Agard's winner spared the blushes of League One leaders Bristol City as they beat Conference strugglers Telford.

Post-match reaction - highlights now on BBC Two

Southport 2-1 Eastleigh

Dean Beckwith's red card for Eastleigh caused a difference of opinion between our experts...

BBC Sport's Kevin Kilbane: "I think it's a clear red card. The striker's away and as soon as the challenge is made, I don't think the referee's got any other option."

BBC Sport's Leroy Rosenior: "I think he's kicked it so far ahead of him, he'd be lucky to cross it. That's why it should be a yellow card. But Southport took advantage of it."

Southport are one of five non-league clubs definitely into the third round.

Post-match reaction - highlights now on BBC Two

Barnsley 0-0 Chester

Chester manager Steve Burr: "We haven't done it yet, but the lads were terrific today. It will send the fans back home happy but we've still got another tough game ahead of us."

Chester goalkeeper Jon Worsnop: "Early on I went in for a 50-50 challenge and took a knock on the head. I think I've cracked my cheekbone but that's the life of a goalkeeper."

BBC Sport's Leroy Rosenior: "It was a great 0-0. I was up and down out of my seat all afternoon watching it. Chester were fantastic from start to finish. Jon Worsnop was terrific and Barnsley's Ross Turnbull made a couple of excellent saves. I'm really pleased Chester got the draw because they deserved it."

BBC Sport's Kevin Kilbane: "The way Chester played today - both sides had chances - but with Chester going back home, it's a great opportunity for them."

A 0-0 draw at Oakwell means Barnsley and Chester will do it all again in a second-round replay.

Colchester United 1-0 Peterborough United

What a remarkable end to what was, for long periods, a bit of a non-event of an FA Cup tie. Sam Walker's wonderful save from Aaron Mclean's penalty set the platform for George Moncur to snatch an injury-time winner.

Post-match reaction - highlights now on BBC Two

Scunthorpe United 1-1 Worcester City

Worcester manager Carl Heeley: "There wasn't any ranting and raving at half-time. We're 13 games unbeaten and we've done incredibly well to get to the second round of the FA Cup. To not do yourselves justice when you get there is not acceptable and you'll regret it for the rest of tour life. We spoke about relaxing, enjoying the occasion and doing what they do every week. They came out on the front foot and started to out Scunthorpe under pressure."

Worcester goalscorer Daniel Nti: "This is what dreams are made of. You could pull a world-class side. We're just so excited and waiting for Monday."

BBC Sport's Leroy Rosenior: "In the first half, they tried to impose themselves physically and it caused them a few problems. They gave away free-kicks in daft places, instead of concentrating on their football and what's got them to this stage of the FA Cup. When you go in with that intention, you forget what good players you are."

BBC Sport's Kevin Kilbane: "They're a good footballing side. They came and put on a really good show in the second half. It was a much more positive performance."

Daniel Nti's equaliser was enough to earn Conference North side Worcester a replay against League One outfit Scunthorpe.

FULL-TIME

Colchester United 1-0 Peterborough United

Colchester United 1-0 Peterborough United

Whistles ringing around the stadium but still the referee lets play go on. Posh free-kick for offside, everybody is forward.

Colchester United 1-0 Peterborough United

There are three minutes of stoppage time and it's not looking promising for Peterborough. They need to launch the ball forward.

GOAL

Colchester United 1-0 Peterborough United - George Moncur

And, would you believe it, George Moncur has only gone and stolen it for Colchester! He shifts the ball onto his left foot on the edge of the area and strokes it perfectly into the bottom corner, with Ben Alnwick absolutely motionless. What an amazing end to what has been, for long periods, a fairly drab FA Cup tie.

HITS THE WOODWORK

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

This is absolute chaos at the end! From the resulting corner Christian Burgess's header smashes the crossbar.

MISSED PENALTY

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

Every save from a penalty is a good one - but that's among the very best you're likely to see. Aaron Mclean drills his penalty hard and low to Sam Walker's right-hand side but, as has been the case all evening, the goalkeeper comes out on top. Brilliant, brilliant save.

PENALTY TO PETERBOROUGH

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

Sanchez Watt isn't exactly known for his defending, and that'll be why. He trips Michael Bostwick in the area and the Posh have a late penalty. Step forward, Aaron Mclean...

GREAT SAVE!

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

Sam Walker has been fairly busy, but that is the first time he's been really at full stretch. He turns away Jermaine Anderson's fizzing right-footed shot as Peterborough push for a goal.

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

That substitution seems to have sparked the home side into life. Cole Kpekawa does brilliantly to get to the byline and pull the ball back for George Moncur, but his shot is blocked away. We could be in for a grandstand finish.

SUBSTITUTION

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

Colchester striker Rhys Healey, who turned 20 yesterday, is on for Gavin Massey. I reckon he'd love a birthday winner in the FA Cup.

Post-match reaction - highlights now on BBC Two

Cheltenham Town 0-1 Dover Athletic

Dover goalscorer Connor Essam: "It's unbelievable and what dreams are made of for a club like ours. The fans came out in force today. We came into game very confident and we showed that. It's a great result for everyone involved with the club."

Dover manager Chris Kinnear: "In the end, we nicked it. We're unbeaten in 11 games and we didn't play great today but we've got a lot of spirit."

BBC Sport's Kevin Kilbane: "I think Dover shaded it and just about deserved it. They created the better opportunities and it was a wonderful finish from Connor Essam. There's not too much between the two sides. You sensed before the fixtures today that this was one there could be a shock in and Dover proved it."

BBC Sport's Leroy Rosenior: "Dover took the game by the scruff of the neck and it was a goal of real quality from Connor Essam."

Connor Essam's late goal sent Conference club Dover Athletic into the FA Cup third round at the expense of League Two side Cheltenham Town.

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

A terrific piece of defending from Gaspars Gorkss denies Aaron Mclean at the near post and the subsequent corner is wasted. Latvian Gorkss started slowly but he's certainly improved as the evening has progressed.

INTO THE FINAL 15 MINUTES

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

We're marching towards the conclusion of this FA Cup second-round tie. Can someone pinch it or are we heading for a replay?

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

There's a little pause as Colchester midfielder Craig Eastmond is asked to don a new shirt because there was blood on the one he was wearing. Still the two sides plug away, but still we're lacking that bit of extra quality in the final third.

Post-match reaction

Barnsley 0-0 Chester

Barnsley manager Danny Wilson: "We never got going early on. The ball kept coming back at us from the final third. They came to win the game. They've got some good players and we know they're a good side. We know the replay is going to be tough."

Conference side Chester gave League One outfit Barnsley a real scare at Oakwell and it will need a replay to separate the two after a 0-0 draw today.

YELLOW CARD

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

That's pretty cynical from Peterborough man Jermaine Anderson, who drags Sanchez Watt down off the ball and gets a yellow card for his troubles.

A reminder that our FA Cup highlights programme, featuring action from all 20 second-round ties this weekend, is about to begin on BBC Two and the BBC Sport website.

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

This has fast become a personal battle between Aaron Mclean and Sam Walker. Another strike from the edge of the area, another solid save by the former Chelsea goalkeeper. This Cup tie is just simmering nicely now.

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

Peterborough come very close to winning a penalty, as Conor Washington gets down the right-hand side and is hauled down just a yard or so from the area.

They'll have a free-kick though, the away side, and it's worked neatly to Aaron Mclean, whose well-struck shot gets blocked away. Better connection from Mclean that time, at least.

Post-match reaction

Gateshead 2-0 Warrington Town

While the match between League One rivals Colchester and Peterborough continues in Essex, Warrington's players and staff have taken to Twitter to mark the end of their FA Cup journey...

Manager Shaun Reid: "To everyone who has backed me, my boys and our club. I am truly grateful. You are a credit to our town. THANK YOU. #believe"

Chairman Toby Macormac: "A big thankyou for all your messages today. It's been an historic time at the club which I'm proud to have led with Shaun Reid."

Defender Matt Doughty: "Xmas do in process. Gonna be a messy night."

Warrington Town players
Matt Doughty - Twitter

Have a good one, guys. For all the memories you've given us in this season's FA Cup, you deserve it.

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

Peterborough are looking increasingly dangerous here. In the last five minutes, they've bossed 81% of the possession so say the stats. Can they carve out another chance or two to find the breakthrough?

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

This really hasn't been Aaron Mclean's night so far, has it? A long ball forward is completely misjudged by the U's defence and has Mclean clean through on Sam Walker's goal - but it's a familiar outcome as the chance peters out.

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

A much livelier start to this second period, although Erhun Oztumer is caught offside just as the Posh look to build up a head of steam.

KICK-OFF

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

It's Peterborough's turn to get us under way. To remind you, the Posh are in their all-black away strip this evening, while Colchester are in their familiar blue and white stripes.

Colchester United 0-0 Peterborough United

The teams are back out and we're moments away from kick off in this second half. Can one of these sides find a bit of quality to match their effort and endeavour?

Friendly rivalry?

Newcastle United on Twitter
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Newcastle United have congratulated north-east neighbours Gateshead on their progression to the FA Cup third round. Will that friendly rivalry change if ball numbers 28 and 55 are paired together in tomorrow's draw?