YORK STUN READING TO BOOK FOXES CLASH
By Stuart James
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Darren Caskey opened the scoring for the home side, but brave York levelled immediately through Steve Agnew's strike.
And two minutes from time, Colin Alcide shocked the partisan crowd to give York the lead and Chris Iwelumo, on loan from Stoke City, crowned a memorable night for the cash-strapped club with the third in stoppage time.
Wycombe Wanderers swept into Round Three where they will face Grimsby after overcoming Second Division rivals Millwall 2-1 at Adams Park.
Former Walsall striker Andy Rammell gave The Chairboys a ninth minute lead, but The Lions roared back through Joe Dolan who levelled matters midway through the first half.
But Lawrie Sanchez, who was hoping for an extended cup run to finance the purchase of a new frontman, saw his side regain the lead on the stroke of half-time through ex-Brighton defender Paul McCarthy.
Peterborough made sure their last-gasp equaliser against Oldham didn't go to waste when they overcame The Latics' 1-0 in the Second Round replay at Boundary Park.
Richard Forsyth got the all-important goal after just five minutes and set up a glamorous clash against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Darlington's run in the competition was ended after a goal from one of their own players. Lee Nogan was shipped out on-loan to Luton last month and he broke the hearts of his parent club after an hour with his first goal for his new club.
Paul McLaren killed off the Third Division side when he made it 2-0 with 12 minutes remaining. The Hatters' will welcome QPR to Kenilworth Road in Round Three.
The night's other FA Cup clash between Notts County and Wigan ended 1-1 after 90 minutes and went into extra time.
Richard Liburd gave the home side the lead, but Ian Kilford sent the game into overtime with a half time equaliser.
Liburd secured The Magpies' passage into Round Three when he netted the winner 12 minutes into extra time and set up a clash with Wimbledon at Selhurst Park.