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Summary

  1. FT: Telford 2-1 Basingstoke
  2. AFC Wimbledon 3-1 York, Weston 1-4 Donny
  3. Rochdale 2-1 Northampton, Sheff Utd 2-0 Crewe
  4. Shrews 1-0 Walsall, Southport 2-0 Daggers
  5. Mansfield v Concord goes to replay

Live Reporting

By Marc Higginson and Luke Reddy

All times stated are UK

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Goodnight

So, Concord still have flight in this season's FA Cup. We started the evening with five non-league teams in action and three of them managed to stay in the competition - Concord Rangers, AFC Telford and Southport. Could one of those three be lining up at Anfield, Old Trafford or the Emirates at the beginning of January? There's still plenty of work to do before that happens, but the dream is still alive.

It's time for us to sign off now, but make sure you stay tuned to the BBC Sport website for all of tonight's FA Cup goals. They'll be uploaded

here in the morning. Enjoy.

Manager reaction

Shrewsbury Town 1-0 Walsall

League Two Shrewsbury are making a habit of cup runs this season. They almost shocked Chelsea in the fourth round of the Capital One Cup and are now in the second round of the FA Cup after a 1-0 win over League One Walsall.

Shrewsbury manager Micky Mellon speaking to BBC Radio Shropshire: "I'm delighted for them all, as a collective group we were superb.

"It was a poor surface but we still managed to play good football. It's important we won tonight for a lot of reasons, financially as well as for the fans, to go to Preston in the second round will be another good day out.

"The lads are playing well, it's a really strong group with even more players knocking on the door of the first 11."

Shrewsbury manager Micky Mellon
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Manager reaction

AFC Telford 2-1 Basingstoke

AFC Telford's 2-1 win over Basingstoke was all the more notable for the injury list the home side had on their hands ahead of this one. They could only name five subs for tonight's game, and were reduced to 10 men in the second half.

AFC Telford manager Liam Watson speaking to BBC Radio Shropshire: "We couldn't do anything about the injuries, we just had to go along and field the team we did. We have to be sensible how we look after them in the next few weeks. There has been an awful lot of work.

"We're a part time club in a full-time league, and we've already shown character in games this season. We have to conserve energy and I have to make sure the players are in the best nick to play in games."

Watson's side have a dream trip to Bristol City to look forward to in the second round.

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Mansfield 1-1 Concord Rangers

Gary Bracci: I urge every footy fan to find a video of Jordan Chiedozie's goal from tonight's game, rocket off the post!

FA Cup second round draw

Here's how the FA Cup second round draw is shaping up after tonight:

Bury v Luton, Cambridge v Mansfield or Concord Rangers, MK Dons v Chesterfield, Oldham v Doncaster, Oxford Utd v Tranmere, Preston v Shrewsbury, Sheffield Utd v Plymouth, Accrington v Yeovil, Wrexham v Stevenage or Maidstone United, Gateshead v Warrington Town, Barnsley v Chester, Bradford v Dartford, Bristol City v Telford, Cheltenham v Dover, Scunthorpe v Worcester City, Southport v Eastleigh, Portsmouth or Aldershot v Rochdale, Wycombe v Wimbledon, Colchester v Peterborough.

Weston-Super-Mare 1-4 Doncaster

There were very few alarms for Doncaster tonight, who even had the luxury of having an early goal chalked off. Following the game, Rovers players gave their shirts to their travelling supporters. A top night all round for those lucky 11 fans.

Dale on the Wembley trail...

Rochdale 2-1 Northampton

And here it is, the goal that carried Rochdale into round two and selfishly denied us all some FA Cup extra-time.

Rochdale score
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Oliver Lancashire's stooping header got the job done and Dale, eighth in League One, are ticking along nicely.

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AFC Telford 2-1 Basingstoke

A proud night for AFC Telford, who qualify for the second round of the Cup for the first time since they reformed in 2004, as

BBC Radio Shropshire's Nick Southall tweets: "That was tense but what a result for Telford United in so many ways! Next stop Bristol City in round two."

Mansfield 1-1 Concord Rangers

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Mansfield 1-1 Concord Rangers

BBC Radio Essex's Mark Babbage at Field Mill

"What a result for Concord, they've done south Essex proud, they've done non-league proud.

"Every single one of these Concord players, and the manager Danny Cowley, have given their all for the team tonight and deserve all the credit.

"101 away fans have made the long journey to Mansfield tonight, and they will be so proud of their team.

"Mansfield will not be relishing a trip to Thames Road and Danny Cowley got his tactics spot on. It was a fantastic goal to get the draw, and what an overall performance."

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Mansfield 1-1 Concord Rangers

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Southport 2-0 Dagenham & Redbridge

An all Conference tie in round two then at Eastleigh. Talk about a carrot being dangled. Cue manager's of both clubs saying they are not thinking about round three.

Weston-Super-Mare 0-4 Doncaster

Former Weston-Super-Mare midfielder Dave Mehew on BBC Radio Bristol

"Doncaster have done a professional job here. They're a good bunch of lads who have worked hard for each other and this will bode well for the rest of the season."

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Weston-Super-Mare 1-4 Doncaster

Donny set up a trip to Oldham.

GOAL

Weston-Super-Mare 1-4 Doncaster - Liam Monelle (90+3 mins)

Liam Monelle achieves his probable dream of scoring in injury time for non-league Weston-Super-Mare against League One Doncaster. Unfortunately for him, Donny already have four on the board. Too little too late.

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AFC Telford 2-1 Basingstoke

Non-league AFC Telford march into the second round for the first time in their 10-year history. Bring on Bristol City.

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Rochdale 2-1 Northampton

You're off to Portsmouth or Aldershot, Dale fans.

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Shrewsbury Town 1-0 Walsall

Preston will host the Shrews on 6 December.

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Accrington Stanley 2-1 Notts County

Fancy a trip to Stanley Yeovil fans? Go on then, get yourselves on that M6.

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AFC Wimbledon 3-1 York

Mansfield 1-1 Concord Rangers

Mansfield's Swiss goalkeeper Sascha Studer is named man of the match. A sign of how well Concord Rangers have done.

GOAL

Rochdale 2-1 Northampton - Oliver Lancashire (90+4 mins)

They'll be dancing on the streets around Spotland tonight, thanks to that man Oliver Lancashire who bags a winner four minutes into injury time.

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Sheffield United 2-0 Crewe

Former Sheffield United striker Keith Edwards on BBC Radio Sheffield: "It's been a comfortable victory and we've kept a clean sheet. We should have done better in the final third but Nigel Clough should be satisfied tonight. They look a tough side to beat and the confidence should come back after a performance like that."

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Accrington Stanley 2-1 Notts County

"No traffic movements for ten minutes after the game," says the announcer at Accrington Stanley. No one leaving yet as Stanley have just two minutes of injury time left to survive. They look like they will do it.

Accrington Stanley...who are they? Couldn't resist.

RED CARD

AFC Telford 2-1 Basingstoke

Basingstoke's Jamie Brown can start running the bath after being given his marching orders for a second bookable offence.

GREAT SAVE!

Mansfield 1-1 Concord Rangers

Concord goalkeeper Josh Vickers makes a fine save from Chris Clements's free-kick. Five minutes of injury time to be played.

GOAL

AFC Wimbledon 3-1 York - Matt Tubbs (90 mins)

York keeper Michael Ingham is caught up-field as the away team chase the game. It does not end well for the visitors, with Matt Tubbs slotting home from outside the box.

Mansfield 1-1 Concord Rangers

Mansfield supporters are heading for the exits now. Two minutes to go and Adam Murray's dipping effort goes just over.

Rochdale 1-1 Northampton

Former Cobblers captain Andy Holt on BBC Radio Northampton

"Rochdale have the momentum now. The Cobblers are not offering anything by way of an attacking force.

"It's an important couple of minutes now, Rochdale are in the ascendency looking for the killer goal, even before full-time. Northampton will be praying for extra-time."

CLOSE!

Accrington Stanley 2-1 Notts County

Into the closing stages at the Crown Ground and County are closing in on a second defeat in 15 games. This would be some result for Stanley who are technically 35 places below the visitors. Even more impressive given they trailed. We are into the final five minutes and Jake Cassidy's effort clears the cross bar for the side seemingly on their way out.

Weston-Super-Mare 0-4 Doncaster

Former Weston-Super-Mare midfielder Dave Mehew on BBC Radio Bristol

A couple of Weston players have caught the eye here, despite what looks to be a heavy defeat...

"I've been impressed with Grubb and McClennan tonight. It'd be interesting to see with full-time training how they'd get on. Grubb in particular has been a handful tonight, if not a bit lightweight. In a few years time, with some full-time training under his belt he could be a player. Could teams like Bristol Rovers be looking at a few local lads? I don't know."

GOAL

Rochdale 1-1 Northampton - Rueben Noble-Lazarus (85 mins)

This one's heading for extra-time, thanks to Rueben Noble-Lazarus who nets the equaliser on his home debut.

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AFC Wimbledon 2-1 York

Gary Sissons: The agony continues with York City. Can't kill games off and then we get what we deserve!

Mansfield 1-1 Concord Rangers

Concord's Gary Ogilvie chases down a loose ball and Mansfield are relieved to see their keeper scamper off his line and clear the danger.

RED CARD

Shrewsbury 1-0 Walsall - Adam Chambers (83 mins)

He's got to go ref. And he does. Adam Chambers is deemed to have gone over the top of the ball in a challenge with Nathaniel Knight-Percival.

This one looks like being filed in the 'upset' section. Shrewsbury are second in League Two, technically 10 places behind their loftier opponents.

GOAL

AFC Wimbledon 2-1 York - Matt Tubbs (81 mins)

A superb comeback from AFC Wimbledon as they take the lead through Matt Tubbs who finishes well, with Adebayo Akinfenwa again the supplier. York supporters might want to think about making an early dent into their 220-mile trip home.

Penalty shout for Rochdale

Rochdale 0-1 Northampton

Former Cobblers captain Andy Holt on BBC Radio Northampton

"You could see the Cobblers defender running across the forward, it looked like he caught him. Northampton have got really lucky with that one.

"The away side are getting stretched here and need to hang on going into the last 10 minutes.

"But as it stands, this would be the Cobblers' biggest FA Cup win for a very long time. They haven't beaten a league side in the FA Cup since 2007."

Mansfield 1-1 Concord Rangers

The game is end to end now. Ten minutes to find a winner. 600 seconds to unearth a new hero.

GOAL

Sheffield United 2-0 Crewe

Sheffield United go much more direct and it works as Ryan Flynn grabs his second of the game with a great finish. That should be that for the Blades, you have to say.

HITS THE WOODWORK

Rochdale 0-1 Northampton

Rochdale probably deserve an equaliser at Spotland and they almost get one when Jamie Allen's header strikes the bar from six yards out.