The FA Cup with Budweiser
First Round Qualifying
3pm, Saturday 14 September 2013
Winning clubs will receive £3,000 from The FA prize fund
Hemel Hempstead were flying in the First Round Qualifying of The FA Cup as they thrashed St. Margaretsbury 7-0 away from home.
The scoreline equalled The Tudors' biggest ever victory in The FA Cup, set in 1928 and 1906, and they now go into Monday's draw in high spirits.
Prolific striker Ben Mackey (2) was again on the scoresheet with Lewis Toomey (2), Jordan Parkes, Ollie Thorne and David Hutton also hitting the net for the Calor Premier League leaders. The only disappointment for Hemel was an sending-off for Thorne.
Hemel, however, weren't the top scorers on the day - because Burgess Hill Town racked up an 8-1 victory over Alton Town, a win that included a hat-trick from Pat Harding.
There were also big scores for Daventry Town (6-1 over Berkhamsted Town thanks to two goals from Beckley and one each from Cross, King, Oulton and Ebanks), Dulwich Hamlet (6-0 against Shoreham thanks two two strikes from Oztumer and one each from Daly, Clunis, Vidal and Boyer) and for AFC Portchester (5-0 at Horndean with two goals each from Woods and Musselwhite and one from Castles).
There was also a fantastic 5-1 victory for Shortwood United at Aylesbury, the goals coming from Bennett (2), Mann, Culley and Haddock, and for Cambridge City by the same scoreline at Kings Lynn Town.
Other notable wins included Burnham winning 4-2 at Beaconsfield, Matlock Town winning 2-0 at Basford, AFC Fylde knocking out legendary FA Cup giantkillers Blyth Spartans 3-1, Trafford hitting five at Droylsden in a 5-1 victory, Bedford Town winning 6-2 at Greenhouse London and Folkestone Invicta winning 2-0 against Eastbourne United.
It was the end of the road for Sheffield, the country's oldest club, as they went down 4-1 at Frickley, but Hampton & Richmond are through following a 4-2 win against local rivals Ashford Town (Middx) - and Harlow won 2-1 against Lowestoft.
There was also a superb win for Guernsey in their first FA Cup campaign, the Channel Islands side winning 3-2 at Hastings United. Ross Allen's penalty in injury time secured another amazing result.