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Summary

  1. Non-league Barrow beat Bristol Rovers 2-1
  2. Wimbledon through after amazing comeback at Curzon Ashton
  3. Luke Berry scored four for Cambridge v Coventry
  4. Harry Smith netted hat-trick for Millwall v Braintree

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By Nathan Middleton and Phil Cartwright

All times stated are UK

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Goodbye

Right, we're nearly there. What a day.

Just one game left between non-league Lincoln City and League One's Oldham Athletic tomorrow night, while there is the small matter of the third-round draw.

A final reminder that that takes place at 19:00 GMT on BBC Two with coverage on BBC Radio 5 live, as well as the BBC Sport website and app.

Thank you for your company today, have a good Sunday evening.

'I'd like to see us tested'

FT: Bolton 3-2 Sheffield United

Phil Parkinson
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Bolton manager Phil Parkinson told BBC Radio Manchester:

"We came in 1-0 up at half time but it should've been two. I thought the goal was over the line.

"At 3-1 up we should've killed the game off so I'm disappointed we conceded the second, but the effort of the lads was tremendous. Winning is a very good habit to be in, to get to the third round is important and we're also pleased to beat one of our rivals.

"The chairman has just said to me he wants Manchester United at home, get a draw and then go and beat them at Old Trafford."

FULL-TIME

Port Vale 4-0 Hartlepool

The full-time whistle goes at Vale Park in what has been a comfortable afternoon for the League One side.

Hartlepool boss Craig Hignett was sent to the stands for arguing with the referee in the first half, on what was a dismal afternoon for the team from the North East.

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You can see all of the highlights from today's, and yesterday's, FA Cup second round ties on the BBC Sport website and app - they're all on this handy page right here.

All of the goals will be shown in our special highlights show at 18:00 GMT on BBC Two.

'It was disappointing that we declared at three'

FT: Woking 0-3 Accrington Stanley

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Accrington Stanley boss John Coleman told BBC Radio Lancashire:

"Woking started really brightly but we've been brought up on non-league football so we know how teams like this play.

"I'm a bit disappointed the way we saw out the last 20 minutes, we got sloppy and let the game be played in our half. We should've been looking for more goals.

"We hadn't won in five so we've got that off our back."

'Best of the season'

FT: Cambridge 4-0 Coventry

WATCH: Dominant Accrington ease through

FT: Woking 0-3 Accrington Stanley

Accrington may be struggling at the bottom end of League Two but it was a comfortable afternoon for John Coleman's men against their National League opponents. 

Relive Billy Kee's double and the best of the action from the Kingfield Stadium.

Highlights: Woking 0-3 Accrington Stanley

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Jordan Harrop: So happy for hometown club Barrow winning today! Draw against current stomping ground Stoke would be brilliant!!

Aidy Muttram: As a Bristol City fan, I would love to get Bristol Rovers in the third round draw. Oh, hang on...

Harsh, Aidy. Harsh.

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WATCH: Notts County 2-2 Peterborough

You can see the best bits from Meadow Lane below as 10-man Peterborough were pegged back late on by their League Two hosts. 

Highlights: Notts County 2-2 Peterborough United

Port Vale 4-0 Hartlepool

Not much to report at Vale Park, where Port Vale are comfortably heading into round three.

Just a case of how many the hosts will score in the final 20 minutes.

Head to the top of the page to listen to BBC Radio Stoke and BBC Tees commentary of today's final second-round tie.

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Millwall striker Harry Smith was the third player to score a hat-trick today as they beat Braintree 5-2...

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WATCH: Berry stars for Cambridge

FT: Cambridge United 4-0 Coventry City

Luke Berry was undoubtedly the star of the show at the Abbey Stadium as the League Two side made light work of the League One strugglers. 

You can see all four of his goals by clicking the play button below. 

Highlights: Cambridge United 4-0 Coventry City

'We can't defend'

FT: Bristol Rovers 1-2 Barrow

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Bristol Rovers manager Darrell Clarke speaking to Alistair Durden on BBC Radio Bristol:

"The scoreline speaks for itself. A very poor performance and the biggest frustration is we've worked on defending all week and we gave away two goals from schoolboy errors.

"I still don't know how we lost that game. We can't defend. I'm sick of saying it.

"The players have to start reacting or there will be changes at the football club. There are one or two players at the moment who aren't showing the right character and it might be the end of the road if they don't start improving.

"I know the areas of the team that we need massive change and we have to do that in January."

WATCH: AFC Wimbledon's astonishing comeback

FT: Curzon Ashton 3-4 AFC Wimbledon

Highlights: Curzon Ashton 3-4 AFC Wimbledon

We've had lots of goals this afternoon, but anything was going to struggle to keep up with what we were treated to earlier in the day.

Relive how AFC Wimbledon scored four times in a remarkable last 10 minutes as they came from 3-0 down to beat non-league Curzon Ashton.

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Has your side made it through to round three? Or are you a fan of Premier League or Championship club waiting to discover who you'll face in the first part of your road to Wembley?

You can watch the FA Cup third-round draw live on BBC Two at 19:00 GMT on Monday. There will also be coverage on BBC Radio 5 live and on the BBC Sport website and app.

Let us know which team you fancy pulling out of the hat using #bbcfacup on social media.

'I am just bitterly disappointed'

Stourbridge P-P Northampton Town

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We have ended up with nine rather than the allotted 10 games today because Stourbridge's tie against Northampton was postponed earlier because of a frozen pitch.

Stourbridge manager Gary Hackett told Final Score:

"It was a a complete sell out today. It is bitterly disappointing for everyone involved with the football club but the plus side is that we're in the third-round draw for the first time ever.

"Unfortunately it's not going to happen today but a week on Tuesday we will be hoping to cause that upset."

Port Vale 4-0 Hartlepool

If it wasn't already over, it is now.

Ryan Taylor steps up from the penalty spot and slots home a fourth goal for the League One side.

Port Vale 4 (Taylor 56' pen) Hartlepool 0

'We were hanging on for dear life'

FT: Eastleigh 3-3 FC Halifax Town

Halifax were a few seconds away from round three, but conceded a late equaliser to fellow non-league side Eastleigh.

FC Halifax Town's Liam King told Final Score:

"It was disappointing at the end but we're still in the hat for the third round.

"It was a goalmouth scramble, the ball could've gone anywhere but luck didn't go our way.

"It would've been massive to get over the line but we've got a big game when they come to our place."

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Port Vale 3-0 Hartlepool

There's one game ongoing in the second round. They're into the second half at Vale Park, where Port Vale lead Hartlepool 3-0.

Listen to live commentary from BBC Radio Stoke or BBC Tees by selecting your preferred option at the top of the page.

FT: Curzon Ashton 3-4 AFC Wimbledon

If you weren't with us earlier, it all went a bit bonkers.

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We asked you who you want to draw in Monday's third-round draw...

Ben Wilkinson: Burnley at home or Preston away (Blackburn fan).

Jamie Cooke: Would definitely want Man United here at AFC Wimbledon! I want to hear what excuse Jose has for losing the game!

Port Vale 3-0 Hartlepool

A reminder we still have one match to wrap up today at Vale Park where it will need some comeback from the League Two side.

They have just kicked off the second half of that 15:00 GMT start.

Five-star Millwall reach third round

FT: Millwall 5-2 Braintree Town

In all the Barrow excitement at full-time, Millwall grabbed a fifth goal.

Watch Aiden O'Brien seal their passage into the next round with a fifth goal in stoppage time as National League side Braintree are knocked out. 

Millwall 5 (O'Brien 90+4') Braintree Town 2

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Just the four goals for Luke Berry today as Cambridge beat Coventry 4-0...

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WATCH AGAIN: Harrison sends Barrow through

FT: Bristol Rovers 1-2 Barrow

Here's the moment that will live long in the memory for Barrow fans - Byron Harrison's winning goal at Bristol Rovers which secured a spot in round three of the FA Cup.

Bristol Rovers 1 Barrow 2 (Harrison 61')

All credit to Paul Cox

FT: Bristol Rovers 1-2 Barrow

Jason Roberts

Former West Brom striker on Final Score

It's hugely disappointing for Bristol Rovers. To lose to a non-league side, it just shows Barrow wanted it more.

Barrow extend their unbeaten run to 21 matches with victory over Bristol Rovers, who sit 40 league places above them.

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If your club's made it through to round three, who do you fancy in Monday's draw?

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Barrow into round three

FT: Bristol Rovers 1-2 Barrow

Brilliant scenes at Bristol Rovers, where Barrow are celebrating as if they've won the FA Cup. Their fans are going barmy.

They'll be in the hat for tomorrow's third-round draw, and have the possibility of being paired with a Premier League club.

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Full-times

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BreakingFULL-TIME: Bristol Rovers 1-2 Barrow

All over at the Memorial Stadium!

National League Barrow beat Bristol Rovers of League One with two goals from Byron Harrison.

They're the second non-league club definitely through to round three, joining Sutton United.

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GOAL: Notts County 2-2 Peterborough

Louis Laing

Two down inside 15 minutes, Notts County have left it until injury-time to complete the comeback.

Louis Laing, who minutes earlier had been booked, makes it all square against 10-man Peterborough.

Notts County 2 (Laing 90+4') Peterborough 2

HALF-TIME

Port Vale 3-0 Hartlepool

Port Vale in complete control at half-time at Vale Park. To make matters worse for the visitors, Hartlepool boss Craig Hignett was sent to the stands after his protestations towards the referee over a tackle he was unhappy with.

FULL-TIME: Eastleigh 3-3 FC Halifax

So, so close for FC Halifax to progressing before Eastleigh's late leveller.

They'll both be in the hat for the draw tomorrow but will play a replay back in Yorkshire to decide who goes through.

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Eastleigh 3-3 FC Halifax

Heartbreak for FC Halifax Town who were minutes away from a place in the third round. After the mother of all goalmouth scrambles, it is Mikael Mandron who eventually smashes it home.

Eastleigh 3 (Mandron 90') Halifax Town 3

It will be an interesting finish at Bolton as Jack O'Connell gets another for Sheffield United to make it 3-2 to Wanderers.  

Bolton 3 Sheffield United 2 (O'Connell 86')

And Cambridge now lead Coventry 4-0. Guess who? Luke Berry again. That's four for him today.  

Cambridge United 4 (Berry 86') Coventry City 0

Bristol Rovers 1-2 Barrow

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Bristol Rovers hit the crossbar as Rory Gaffney unleashes a strike that beats everyone but the woodwork. Barrow fans, under the setting sun, trying to sing their team into the third round for a 12th time.

Bolton 3-1 Sheffield United

Bolton restore their two-goal lead against fellow League One club Sheffield United. Zach Clough sets up Josh Vela for a very well-taken goal for Wanderers.

Tie over?

Bolton 3 (Vela 84') Sheffield United 1

Barrow heading through?

Bristol Rovers 1-2 Barrow

Jason Roberts

Former West Brom striker on Final Score

Barrow are in really strong form, but Bristol Rovers shouldn't be losing. They are putting their reputation on the line and I'm not sure they're leaving everything on the pitch at the moment.

It's 50 years since Barrow last won away at a league side in the FA Cup. Their 374 travelling fans could be in for a treat today...

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Nick Loughlin: In 1994 Hartlepool United lost 6-0 at Port Vale in the FA Cup. Today.... three down after 32 minutes.  

Bristol Rovers 1-2 Barrow

Bristol Rovers could be about to be on the end of an FA Cup giant-killing for the second year in a row.

They lost to Chesham in the competition last season. 13 minutes for Barrow to hold on.

There's live commentary on BBC Radio 5 live, which you can find at the top of the page.