Shaw Lane Aquaforce are two rounds from Wembley after they came from behind to beat Flackwell Heath 3-2 in the fifth round of the FA Vase.

Former Nottingham Forest man Matty Thornhill put the Ducks ahead after ten minutes but their visitors from Wycombe struck twice either side of half-time to lead 2-1. Aquaforce won it with two goals in three minutes as Joe Thornton levelled with a deflected free-kick then Lee Morris fired in after a defensive mix-up.

The Shaw Laners will now take on either Dunston UTS or Glossop North End in the quarter-finals on February 28.

Meanwhile, Penistone Church recovered from going behind in the first minute to win 6-2 at Teversal in the Northern Counties East League, Division One. Mark Crossfield levelled after six minutes, Andrew Ring got another seconds later then Ashley Ellis made it 3-1 with just quarter of an hour gone. Teversal pulled one back before the break but had a man sent off and Penistone ran riot in the second half. Lewis Dickinson scored from the penalty spot, Ellis got his second, then Dickinson completed the rout.Athersley Rec lost 1-0 at NCEL Premier Division bottom club Nostell MW.

Working Wonders moved off the bottom of the South Yorkshire Amateur League thanks to a 25-yard screamer from coach Stefan Chapman in a 1-0 win over Sheffield West End. Dale Dynamos got the biggest win in their history as they thrashed visitors Horse and Groom 9-1 on Saturday. Haydn Musgrave was the Worsbrough club's hat-trick hero while Dean Slack and Phil Smith both came off the bench to score twice. Joshua Burgin and Kyle Snowden also netted for Dale who overtook fellow Barnsley team Euroglaze after the Cudworth outfit could only draw 2-2 at Swinton Athletic reserves.

North Gawber stayed top of County Senior League Division One with a 2-1 home win over Sheffield Bankers which made it eights wins in a row. Silkstone United got their first win since November as they beat visitors Davy 2-0.Houghton Main’s hopes of winning the Premier Division title suffered a blow as they lost 3-1 at Jubilee Sports.