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FA Cup 2nd Round Results

There were a few shocks in the days games with Dover winning 2-0 at home to Aldershot, and FC United managing a draw at Brighton who were the best placed team in this stage of the tournament.

York had another good win to make the third round beating Darlington 2-0.

Luton did well by drawing 2-2 at Charlton and will fancy their chances of gaining another scalp and a possible money earning draw in the next round.

Torquay did add a scalp in the shape of Division One strugglers Walsall thanks to a Kee penalty near the end of the first half.

Crawley are in the draw but have now to go to Swindon for the replay after former Salisbury City striker Matt Tubbs equalised a goal from Austin for Swindon.

Best win of the day has to be Huddersfield mauling Macclesfield to the tune of six goals to nil. A good allround performance with six different scorers.

AFC Wimbledon failed to win against Stevenage losing 2-0 at home to thwart any hope of meeting one of the big boys in the next round.

Sheffield Weds beat a spirited Northampton 3-2 and will be looking forward to going further with a new owner at the top.

Droylsdon at home to Leyton tomorrow will know who they could face in the next round if they win.

With the big boys now going into the hat several of the lower league teams will be hoping for a money spinning draw.

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Writer: SFC Forever Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday November 28 2010

Time: 12:28PM

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York and Dover take the honours so far I think but Huddersfield had an easy game by the looks of it.
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29/11/2010 15:20:00

Some good results with still another non-league team possibly adding to their numbers. A lot of very hard games drawn for the lower league teams left in the mix and I can see the majority being beaten.
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