FA Cup Round-up N-W
By Alex Dunn
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Only two non league clubs progressed in Saturday's FA Cup action.With shocks at a premium in Saturday's FA Cup ties, Bath City were one of several non league outfits eventually outclassed by their league counterparts.
Calum Willock netted a first half brace at London Road as Barry Fry's Peterborough overcame Bath 2-0.
In the battle of the non league pretenders, Dudley Campbell (pictured) netted a double as Yeading knocked out Slough 3-1.
Glen Harris had handed Slough the lead from the penalty spot before Campbell's double salvo and a goal from Davis Haule secured a Yeading win.
Greg Halford was Colchester's hero as he netted a hat-trick in Colchester's impressive 5-2 win on their travels to Rushden & Diamonds.
Craig Fagan added a double, with Rushden's consolations coming in the final ten minutes from Drewe Broughton and Stuart Gray.
Chris Killen is a man in red hot form at present and he notched a treble as one of the country's most in form sides, Oldham, eased past Leyton Orient 4-0.
The former Manchester City striker netted his first from the penalty spot before Lee Croft completed the scoring with five minutes remaining.
Scot McGleish atoned for an earlier penalty miss when he converted to hand Northampton a 1-0 success over Bury.
Grant Holt continued his excellent goalscoring form as his brace secured a 2-0 win for Rochdale at Stevenage.
Stockport and Swansea will have to play again at Vetch Field after a dour 0-0 stalemate.
A last minute goal from Scott Oakes earned Notts County a replay against Swindon after Sean O'Hanlon had given Andy King's side the lead.
Steve Howard fired two goals and Kevin Nicholls a single, as League Two outfit Luton Town had too much for Wycombe on their travels to win 3-0.
Click below for full match summaries:
Northampton 1-0 Bury
Oldham 4-0 Leyton Orient
Peterborough 2-0 Bath City
Rushden & Diamonds 2-5 Colchester
Slough 1-3 Yeading
Stevenage 0-2 Rochdale
Stockport 0-0 Swansea
Swindon 1-1 Notts County
Wycombe 0-3 Luton Utd