Roy Dunkley wrote another page in Atherstone Town's revival with the goals to mark their FA Cup comeback with a dramatic victory.

After a goalless first half, opponents Carlton Town twice led at Sheepy Road in their extra preliminary round tie through Danny Caine and Joe Irons.

But Dunkley hit the first equaliser, then Chris Long made it 2-2 with six minutes to go and Dunkley, the Adders' top scorer in the last two seasons, bagged the winner six minutes into injury time and earned a date with Buxton Town in the next round on September 2.

Racing Club Warwick battled for a replay at Hampton Road on Tuesday after a 2-2 draw at Ford Sports Daventry, but Studley's hopes were extinguished after a 4-0 hammering at felloew Midland Alliance side Coalville Town. n In the Polymac Services Midland Alliance, Boldmere St Michaels and Leamington extended their 100 per cent winning records to set the pace.

Mykel Beckley netted inside a minute to set up the Mikes' 2-0 win at Market Drayton Town, with fellow forward Jimmy Quiggin hitting the second on 83 minutes, while Jon Adams and Andy Gregory struck the Leamington goals in either half in a 2-0 win at Causeway United.

Tipton Town needed Chris Smith's scrambled effort four minutes into injury time to snatch a victory at Stratford Town and they remain unbeaten.

Youngster Anthony Denham scored his first goal for Alvechurch as they held Romulus to a 2-2 draw at Lye Meadow. Keith Rostill was also on target for the Church, with Jason Lanns and Tyron Fagan replying.

Jason Barton and Lee Booth (penalty) were Oldbury United's scorers in a 2-0 win over Biddulph Victoria, while Tom Jennings' strike for Cradley Town only proved a consolation after they went down 2-1 to Barwell.