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James Brown headed Hartlepool into the second round of the FA Cup after he converted Evan Horwood's cross in the 70th minute at Rivacre Park to dump Vauxhall Motors out and earn a home tie against Yeovil.

Wade Small's eighth-minute strike secured a 1-0 win for Aldershot against Brentford, and they will meet Dover next.

Peterborough pummelled Stockport 4-1 with goals from Kelvin Langmead, Craig Mackail-Smith, Lee Tomlin and Aaron Mclean - Greg Tansey replying. Peterborough will travel to Bury in the second round.

Stevenage prevented the prospect of a meeting between the MK Dons and AFC Wimbledon in the FA Cup second round after they knocked the Dons out on penalties at stadiumMK.

Lewis Guy put the Milton Keynes side, a legal continuation of the old Wimbledon club which won the 1988 FA Cup, in front against Stevenage after 49 minutes but Darius Charles' goal in the final seconds took the tie into the additional period.

No one was able to snatch a winner in extra-time and Stevenage prevailed 7-6 in a sudden-death shoot-out.

Conference South side Woking came up just short at home to Brighton, losing 3-0 on penalties after a 2-2 draw.

They looked on course for an upset when Ola Sagbanmu scored in the 103rd minute but Elliott Bennett levelled for the visitors, who then had their assistant manager Mauricio Taricco sent off seconds later.

Huddersfield's reward for their late comeback at home to Cambridge will be a home tie against Macclesfield, after the Silkmen knocked out Southend 5-3 on penalties following a 2-2 draw.

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Yeovil Town
Milton Keynes Dons
Kelvin Langmead
League One
Huddersfield Town
Southend United
Darius Charles
Lewis Guy
Aaron Mclean
Elliott Bennett
Greg Tansey
Macclesfield Town
Aldershot Town
Craig Mackail-Smith
James Brown
Evan Horwood
FA Cup
Wade Small
Brighton & Hove Albion
Lee Tomlin

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