FA Cup round-up: Non-league AFC Fylde into third round
Last Updated: 01/12/19 11:31am
National League side AFC Fylde booked their place in the FA Cup third round with a 2-0 win at seventh-tier Kingstonian.
The Isthmian League Premier Division hosts had beaten League Two Macclesfield 4-0 in the first round.
However, there was to be no repeat as Jordan Williams put the visitors in front after nine minutes.
Fylde doubled their lead in first-half stoppage time when midfielder Williams tucked home a rebound from close range.
National League North Altrincham were denied a replay when Brett Pitman struck in stoppage time to give Portsmouth a 2-1 win at Fratton Park.
After both sides hit the woodwork during the first half, Pompey - FA Cup winners in 2008 under Harry Redknapp - finally broke the deadlock in the 56th minute when Ben Close volleyed in.
Altrincham, though, looked to be on course for a second chance when Josh Hancock converted a penalty with seven minutes left.
However, Pitman had the final say during the third minute of added time when he headed in at the back post following a corner.
Tom Pope bagged a hat-trick in eight second-half minutes as Port Vale came from behind to win 3-1 at Cheltenham.
The home side had taken an early lead through Reuben Reid's penalty after three minutes.
Pope equalised on the hour, then headed in a second just three minutes later. The forward completed his treble in the 68th minute with a close-range finish.
Forest Green and Carlisle drew 2-2 at The New Lawn. Aaron Collins headed Rovers in front after 11 minutes.
Carlisle midfielder Nathan Thomas, on loan from Sheffield United, equalised five minutes before half-time and then had the visitors in front with 14 minutes left.
Rovers, though, were soon level again, Mathew Stevens heading in following a free-kick after 78 minutes. The visitors saw a late goal from Stefan Scougall chalked off after the ball had run out behind in the build-up.
Liam Boyce's strike midway through the first half proved enough to give Burton a 1-0 win at Oldham.
Oxford won 1-0 at Walsall, where James Henry scored from close range with just six minutes left to send the U's into round three.
Shrewsbury finished with 10 men, but grabbed a late 2-0 win over Mansfield.
The hosts had midfielder Ollie Norburn sent off on the hour following a foul on Jacob Mellis.
Josh Laurent booked the Shrews place in the third-round draw when he bundled the ball in with just a minute left and Brad Walker added a second goal in stoppage time.
National League side Eastleigh earned a replay after drawing 1-1 at home with League Two side Crewe.