Trafalgar hit seven in cup victory against Valley
Trafalgar progressed in the Sunday FA Cup courtesy of a 7-1 win over in-form Valley.
Traf player-boss Mikey Barker and Ted Edwards both scored two apiece, with Curtis Rose and joint star men Issy Macauley and Jamie Patterson also getting on the scoresheet.
Valley's goal was scored by Harry Ward, while their man of the match was Danny Appleby.
Angel advanced to the next round after beating Fylingdales 5-2.
In a game that saw both sides reduced to 10 men as Angel's Mikey Pickering and Dales' Alf Jacobs saw red after an altercation, Robbie Scarborough slotted in two pens to help Angel on their way.
Their other goals came from man of the match Rob Bowman, Liam Mancrief and Kurtis Henderson.
Dales star man Addy Ameen hit both their goals.
Newlands beat Castle Tavern 4-1 to move into the next round.
Ryan Collings bagged Newlands' first two goals before also missing a penalty, with their others scored by Rob Whitehead and Kyle O'Toole.
Brad Marshall and Shem Atkinson shone for Newlands.
Matt Chapman was on target for Chris Millson's Tavern side and they had Alex Pinkney, Steve Chittenden and goalkeeper Connor Ramsden, who saved Collings' pen, in form.
In Division One, Cayton Corinthians won a nine-goal thriller against Saints by a 6-3 scoreline.
Saints went ahead but goals from stalwart Paul Mills, Si Coupland and Leroy Donaldson put Cayton 3-1 up.
The hosts battled back to make it 3-3, Dane Robinson, an own goal and Ryan Hunter restoring parity.
Cayton weren't to be denied the win though, sub Brad Atkinson firing in a brace before Nicko Dunn wrapped up the 6-3 success for Steven Frederiksen's side.
Mills and Tyler Beck shone for the Corinthians, while Saints' star man was Michael Webster.
Roscoes Bar and Eastfield United shared the spoils after a 1-1 draw.
Sam Collin netted from the spot for Roscoes after Graeme Farrah was brought down, with Craig Moss on target for United.
Kaylum Stingemore shone for Eastfield, while Bar manager Lee Paterson singled out midfielder Liam Rowley as his side's star man.