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FA Cup replays see Non League club produce upset over EFL side plus plenty of thrashings

There was two upsets in the FA Cup First Round replays tonight as National League side FC Halifax Town knocked out Morecambe from League Two and National League South Slough Town beat Sutton United in a penalty shootout.

The Shaymen booked they place into the Second Round thanks to Cameron King’s effort in the 12th minute, the only goal of the game, to set up a tie against AFC Wimbledon at home, with it to be televised on BT Sport next month.

Another surprise saw Slough Town find a late equaliser to take Sutton to extra-time, which went on to penalties after no more goals were scored. Slough won 8-7.

There was also three huge thumpings, take a look at the rest of tonight’s results below…

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TONIGHT’S FA CUP FIRST ROUND REPLAY RESULTS

BILLERICAY TOWN 1-3 CHESTERFIELD (winners face Grimsby Town at home in the next round)

CHARLTON ATHLETIC 5-0 MANSFIELD TOWN (winners face Doncaster Rovers at home in the next round)

CHELTENHAM TOWN 2-0 EBBSFLEET UNITED (winners face Accrington Stanley away in the next round)

DONCASTER ROVERS 7-0 CHORLEY (winners face Charlton Athletic away in the next round)

FOREST GREEN ROVERS 0-3 OXFORD UNITED (winners face Plymouth Argyle away in the next round)

OXFORD CITY 0-2 TRANMERE ROVERS (winners face Southport at home in the next round)

CRAWLEY TOWN 2-6 SOUTHEND UNITED (AET) – (winners face Barnsley at home in the next round)

BRADFORD CITY 1-1 ALDERSHOT TOWN (4-1 pens) – (winners face Peterborough United away in the next round)

SLOUGH TOWN 1-1 SUTTON UNITED (8-7 pens) – (winners face Gillingham or Hartlepool United in the next round)

 

Football fans have given their reaction to tonight’s results, plus there was plenty who mocked Morecambe getting knocked out by FC Halifax Town – take a look at the reaction on the next page.

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