The FA Cup with Budweiser
First Round Qualifying
3pm, Saturday 8 September 2012
Winning clubs receive £3000 from The FA's prize fund
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By Chris Hatherall
Some of The FA Cup's most famous giantkillers were in action on Saturday as teams battled to reach the Second Round Qualifying.
Leatherhead - who famously played Leicester City in the Fourth Round Proper in 1975 - are safely through after beating Tooting and Mitcham United 3-1 - and so are Slough Town (who have played in the Second Round Proper three times, including a win against Walsall).
They came through against Lingfield 4-1 with Dominic Rhone scoring his first competitive goal for the club.
AFC Totton, who reached the Second Round Proper in 2011, scored a convincing 6-0 away win at Swindon Supermarine as Richard Gillespie, Dave Allen and Mike Gosney all grabbed two goals apiece.
Bishop Auckland won 1-0 at Bedlington Terriers to join them in the next round.
Enfield Town were 2-0 winners against St Margaretsbury, including a goal from Tyler Campbell, while Kingstonian won through by the same score at Guildford City.
In a packed programme there were some high scorers too; like Curzon Ashton who hit eight past Maltby Main to win 8-1.
Met Police almost matched them as they won 7-1 at Beckenham Town, while Cambridge City beat Huntingdon Town 7-0 - and North Leigh beat Wantage 6-1.