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No less than 14 teams from outside the top four divisions will go into the hat for the second-round draw after Saturday's fixtures, which also saw Paolo Di Canio's Swindon shocked

FA CUP RESULTS
HEREFORD 3-1 SHREWSBURY GILLINGHAM 4-0 SCUNTHORPE
BOREHAM WOOD 0-2 BRENTFORD GUISELEY 2-2 BARROW
AFC FYLDE 1-4 ACCRINGTON KIDDERMINSTER 0-2 OLDHAM
ALDERSHOT 2-1 HENDON LINCOLN 1-1 WALSALL
BARNET 0-2 OXFORD LUTON 1-1 NUNEATON
BISHOP'S ST'FORD 1-2 HASTINGS MANSFIELD  0-0 SLOUGH 
BOURNEMOUTH 4-0 DAG & RED  MET POLICE 1-2 CRAWLEY
BRISTOL ROVERS 1-2 SHEFF UTD MORECAMBE 4-0 ROCHDALE
BURY 1-0 EXETER NORTHAMPTON 1-1 BRADFORD
CARLISLE 4-2 EBBSFLEET PORTSMOUTH 0-2 NOTTS COUNTY
CHELMSFORD 3-1 COLCHESTER PRESTON  3-0 YEOVIL
CHELTENHAM 3-0 YATE  ROTHERHAM 3-2 STEVENAGE
CHESTERFIELD 6-1 HARTLEPOOL SOUTHEND 3-0 STOCKPORT
COVENTRY 3-0 ARLESEY SWINDON 0-2 MACCLESFIELD
CREWE 4-1 WYCOMBE TORQUAY 0-1 HARROGATE TOWN
DONCASTER 3-1 BRADFORD PA WREXHAM 2-4 ALFRETON
FLEETWOOD 3-0 BROMLEY  YORK 1-1 AFC WIMBLEDON
FOREST GREEN  2-3 PORT VALE      

Colchester City have been dumped out of the FA Cup at the first hurdle after Donovan Simmonds struck twice for fellow Essex outfit Chelmsford City, on the way to a 3-1 win at the Melbourne Stadium.

The Blue Square South League team were just one of 14 non-league teams to advance to the second round draw after Saturday's games, with Swindon Town, who were cruelly dumped out of the Capital One Cup by Aston Villa in midweek, also eliminated at the hands of a team from outside England's top four leagues in Macclesfield.

Harrogate Town secured a second-round berth, Chib Chilaka's drive in the 20th minute proving enough to see off League Two's Torquay United.

Hereford, who were relegated from league football last season, overcame local rivals Shrewsbury 3-2, with Ryan Bowman the two-goal hero.

Walsall of League One required a George Bowerman goal in the 87th minute to rescue a draw against Lincoln City, while Ben Williamson also struck late for Port Vale to see them past Blue Square Premier high-fliers, Forest Green.

The biggest result of the day saw Chesterfield, currently sitting in mid-table in League Two, thrash League One strugglers Hartlepool United 6-1 with seven different scorers hitting the game's seven goals.

League One giants Sheffield United avoided a potential banana skin away to Bristol Rovers, goals from Nick Blackman and Chris Porter enough to cancel out David Clarkson's opener.

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