FA Cup round-up
By James Pearson
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The non-leaguers went ahead just before the break when Steve West (pictured) netted from the penalty spot for a deserved half time lead.
The Quakers fought back after the interval but found themselves out of reach when Vinnie John added a second on the hour mark, effectively sealing the contest.
Elsewhere, Bristol City overcame a plucky Bradford Park Avenue 5-2 at the Horsfall Stadium in the first round of the FA Cup.
The Unibond Premier Division side stunned their illustrious counterparts when Andy Hayward was on hand to capitalise on hesitation in the visitors' defence to tap-in from close-range after just five minutes.
The Robins were not behind for long with Kevin Amankwaah levelling matters with a towering header from a left-wing corner within a minute.
Amankwaah bagged his second just minutes later to give the Second Division side a deserved lead in an exciting opening to the game.
The home side remarkably equalised moments later when Danny Coles inexplicably turned the ball into his own net after a counter-attack from Bradford.
After a goal-drought The Robins restored their lead ten minutes after the interval when a cross from the left was turned into his own goal by James Stansfield.
City boss Danny Wilson breathed a sigh of relief after 67 minutes when Luke Wilkshire netted a fourth giving the league side their first two-goal lead of the day.
The visitors put the icing on the cake late on when substitute Lee Matthews added a fifth in the dying moments to seal an entertaining victory.
Huddersfield knew their trip to the Interlink Express Stadium to face Accrington Stanley would be tough, but their task was made harder by the first half dismissal of Jonathan Worthington.
The Third Division side were a man down after just 16 minutes when Worthington was somewhat harshly sent off for a high tackle on Rory Prendergast.
Accrington almost went ahead before the break however firstly Lutel James fires into the side netting when well placed, while Ian Gray superbly tipped over Dean Calcutt's long-range drive.
With the match destined a for replay, Andy Gouck popped up in the dying moments to snatch a last-gasp winner giving Stanley a solitary goal win.
Sheffield Wednesday ensured the day of upsets would not continue after a 4-0 victory over Salisbury at Hillsborough.
Adam Proudlock was the hero for The Owls bagging a 32 minute hat-trick either side of half time to finish off the non-leaguers.
The former Wolves striker opened the scoring from the penalty spot on 32 minutes, before netting a quick-fire brace shortly into the second half to put the home side in control.
Lloyd Owusu scored a fourth after 70 minutes to clinch a second round tie against Scunthorpe at Glanford Park.
Barnsley secured bragging rights in Yorkshire following a late 2-1 victory over York at Bootham Crescent.
Lee Nogan had The Minstermen ahead on 36 minutes, but the visitors were level just minutes later through Isaiah Rankin.
With the game set for a replay at Oakwell, Kevin Betsy bagged a winning goal with just eight minutes of the contest remaining.
Notts County booked their place in the second round following a 7-2 win over Shildon at Meadow Lane, but not before being given a fright by the non-leagers.
Goals from Nick Fenton and a brace from Clive Platt had the home side three-up within the first 18 minutes, before the fightback commenced.
Two goals in the space of eight second half minutes from James Middleton and Gary Barnes brought the visitors to within a goal.
County ensured it would not get any better for Shildon with Kevin Nicholson, Ian Richardson, Tony Barras and Paul Heffernan sealing what proved to be a comfortable win.
Click below for FA Cup summaries:
Accrington Stanley 1-0 Huddersfield
Bradford Park Avenue 2-5 Bristol City
Hornchurch 2-0 Darlington
Notts County 7-2 Shildon
Sheff Wed 4-0 Salisbury
Southend 1-1 Canvey Island
York 1-2 Barnsley