FA Cup: Story of the second round as told by #getcarriedaway

The FA Cup second round took place this weekend and we asked you to send us your experiences of events using #getcarriedaway.external-link

From late Friday drama in Hartlepool to full-kit wearing supporting dogs, hundreds of you sent in your moments of FA Cup magic.

Here, we chart the story of the FA Cup weekend, as told by you.

The action kicked off on Friday with a north-east derby live on BBC Two between Blyth Spartans of the Northern Premier League and League Two Hartlepool United.

Blyth fans were getting well and truly in to the cup spirit before the match.

Blyth Spartans fan Tom Crane
Tom Crane wore his Blyth Spartans shirt to work and tweeted: "Getting psyched up for tonight's game in the office"
Laura Dodds Blyth fan on way to game
En route to the match at Victoria Park, Laura Dodds tweeted: "Manchester to Hartlepool via Blyth"
John Crowther's lucky Blyth pants
John Crowther wore his green and white lucky underwear to give Blyth every chance of success

John's pants appeared to do the trick as on the pitch, a dramatic finish saw Blyth come from behind to win 2-1 thanks to a late winner from Jarrett Rivers.

Jonathyn Quinn captures the celebrations in the Blyth end
Jonathyn Quinn was among the travelling fans who celebrated an historic win
Mark Carruthers celebrates Blyth's win on the pitch
The club's press officer Mark Carruthers got even closer to the celebrations at the final whistle and tweeted: "Did last night actually happen or did I just dream it? #howayblyth"

Saturday saw a further nine ties with Ryman League Maidstone United travelling to north Wales to face Conference side Wrexham.

The Stones were hoping to complete another upset after they beat League Two Stevenage in a first round replay.

Maidstone fan Callum Glaze's match ticket
Supporter Callum Glaze tweeted: "We're all going on a European Tour #maidstoneunited"
Maidstone United Steve McCaskill at Wembley Stadium
Maidstone fan Steve McCaskill was clearly optimistic his side would make it all the way to the final
Maidstone fan Tom West watches his side on the television
Tom West was backing Maidstone as he watched the action on the television from his room
Wrexham fan Caroline
Wrexham fan Caroline tweeted: "Off to watch @Wrexham_AFC get through to the 3rd round of the FA Cup #WXM150"

And Caroline was right as the home side won 3-1, despite a spirited performance by a 10-man Maidstone.

Yeovil fan Dan Bishop watching Final Score
Yeovil fan Dan Bishop followed his side's tie at Accrington on Saturday with the help of Final Score

Elsewhere on Saturday, Chesterfield upset the form book to securea 1-0 win at fellow League One side MK Dons.

Paul Barker and family celebrate Chesterfield's win at MK Dons
Chesterfield fan Paul Barker tweeted: "@ChesterfieldFC what a win!!! Jacks first taste of the FA Cup with @nigbarker1957 @Lego1983 and me"

Sunday saw a further 10 ties, includingfirst-round giantkillers Warrington Town'strip to Gateshead.

Warrington fan Laurence Taylor's match ticket for Gateshead
Laurence Taylor was looking forward to the trip to the north east as he posted a picture of his match ticket

Conference side Dartford were also looking to cause an upset as they travelled to League One Bradford City.

Jack Young and Dartford fans on the train to Bradford
Jack Young tweeted: "Us Dartford fans on the way to Bradford! #Dartford #FAcup"

Nice collection of Christmas jumpers, too.

But, sadly the colourful knitwear would prove the highlight of their afternoon, as the scoreboard at Valley Parade below shows.

Dartford fan Toby Leveson's picture of the Bradford scoreboard
Toby Leveson tweeted: "4-0 down. Cold. But still in fine voice"

And their singing was rewarded asLee Noble scored a neat back heelto give the Conference side a consolation goal in their 4-1 defeat.

Bottom of the Conference AFC Telford travelled to League One high-fliers Bristol City in hope of an upset.

Matt Rathbone AFC Telford supporter tweet
Matt Rathbone was confident The Bucks would get a result and tweeted: "@telfordutd The FA Cup giant killer starter pack. #FACup"

But it wasn't to be for the men from Shropshire asKieran Agard's late goalsaw City progress.

Cheltenham manager Paul Buckle pre-match presentation
Cheltenham manager Paul Buckle was taking no chances against Dover as the club tweeted a picture from his pre-match presentation to his players
Gary Lineker listens on as Paul Buckle gives his Cheltenham team talk
Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker was listening in from the back of the room
Toni Payne and co cheering on Stefan Payne
It was a family affair as Toni Payne and co travelled to Whaddon Road to cheer on Dover midfielder Stefan Payne
Russell Osborne pictures a celebrating Dover fan
And Dover caused an upset with a 1-0 win courtesy of Connor Essam's winner, much to this young fan's delight

AFC Wimbledon travelled to fellow League Two side Wycombe Wanderers.

Willoughby the Wimbledon supporting dog
Dons fan Joe Burley tweeted: "Mates' dog Willoughby ready #COYD"

And Willoughby proved a lucky mascot asWimbledon won 1-0 at Adams Park.

Ray Armfield among the travelling Wimbledon supporters at Wycombe
Ray Armfield was among the travelling AFC Wimbledon supporters and tweeted: "For I can't help, falling in love with you! Bring on that THIRD ROUND!"

Conference North Worcester City made the second round after a shock 2-1 win at League One Coventry City. They travelled to another League One side Scunthorpe on Sunday.

Worcester City team leave hotel
Lawson Mayor tweeted: "@WorcesterCityFc just left the hotel:-)"

The pre-match walk appeared to do Carl Heeley's side some good as theybattled out a 1-1 drawto secure a replay.

Paul Jones captures the Worcester City fans pitch invasion at Scunthorpe
There were celebratory scenes among the travelling fans as Paul Jones tweeted: "Pitch invasion on full time. A draw meant a lot!"

In-form League One side Rochdale travelled to Hampshire to face Conference side Aldershot.

Franky Stubbs Rochdale fans
Rochdale fan Franky Stubbs tweeted: "@officiallydale Today's Sunday school outing"

The Shots proved more than a match for their lofty opponents ina goalless draw at the Recreation Ground.

Steve Burr took his Conference side Chester to South Yorkshire to face Barnsley of League One.

Simon Haggata with Chester manager Steve Burr
Chester fan Simon Haggata tweeted: "Just met Steve Burr on the way to the game. Gave him some tactical pointers"

And they seemed to work as Chester more than deserved theirgoalless draw at Oakwellto take the tie to a replay.

Their name goes in the hat for the third round drawalongside the likes of Manchester United and holders Arsenal.

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