FA Cup round-up
By Rob Lancaster
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Barnsley took a firm grip on the second round replay in the first half as Anthony Kay netted after 24 minutes and then on-loan Garry Monk added a second two minutes before the break when he prodded home from a corner.
The visitors did manage to claw their way back into the contest when substitute Christian Roberts slotted home after latching on to an excellent pass from Lee Peacock but they could not find an equaliser.
Tony Adams also suffered defeat as his Wycombe team went out to a contentious last minute penalty at Mansfield.
Liam Lawrence was the hero for the Stags as he scored a hat-trick, starting with a delightful chip on 24.
Wycombe then produced a second half fightback and took the lead as Jermaine McSporran struck twice on 56 and 59 minutes.
However, Lawrence notched his second to level matters from a penalty kick and then kept his nerve from the spot again to clinch a place in the third round, where they will meet Burnley.
There was also high drama at the Abbey stadium as Macclesfield Town gave new boss John Askey a good start against Cambridge United.
Askey was only confirmed as the club's manager on a full-time basis on Tuesday afternoon, but his players gave him the perfect gift with a win on penalties.
John Miles had given the Moss Rose side the lead on 26 minutes but their cause was not helped when they were reduced to ten men as Karl Munroe was dismissed for two bookable offences on the stroke of half-time.
John Turner equalised for Cambridge on 66 minutes and the game went into extra time.
The ten-men of Macclesfield forced their way back in front against the run of play when Matthew Tipton scored after 101 minutes, but Cambridge took the tie to penalty kicks when Adam Tann equalised with just a minute to go.
Player-manager John Taylor saw his effort crash against the bar for the home side's fourth penalty and Danny Whittaker stepped up to slot home the winning strike.