Payne leaves it late to put Torpoint into third round
Torpoint Ath...2 Godolphin...1 aet
TORPOINT required extra time to negotiate this potential banana skin tie at The Mill and it was not until the final minute that they scored the goal that put them into the last 16 of the competition.
The West Division leaders took a 20th minute lead when Luke Rigby set up Richard Griffin to shoot past home goalkeeper Sam Borthwick from close range.
Torpoint responded well and were level inside six minutes when Jimmy Alexander was fouled in the area and picked himself up to fire the spot-kick straight down the middle of Sean Semmens' goal.
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And just as the game appeared to be heading for penalties Darren Hicks' cross allowed Tom Payne to volley home from 10 yards.
Foxhole Stars...0 Liskeard Ath...6
LISKEARD made easy work of easing past struggling Stars at Goverseth Park.
The Blues struck on nine minutes when Chris Clarke's low cross was deflected past stand-in goalkeeper Carl Hadrill by Daniel Allen for an unfortunate own goal.
The lead was doubled inside three minutes. Joe Knight headed Clarke's left-wing cross from close range but it was not until the 43rd minute that Liskeard added a crucial third.
Carl Powell-Thomas struck the ball home from 25 yards.
The second half saw Liskeard stroll to victory, but it was not until the 72nd minute when Powell-Thomas nodded home Andrew Neal's corner for the fourth goal.
The Foxes capitulated in the dying minutes as Powell-Thomas completed his hat-trick with a drive from 12 yards before substitute Connor Brimicombe found the far corner of the goal.
Probus...0 Saltash Utd...7
STUART DUDLEY'S Ashes did not disappoint as they proved far too strong for their East Cornwall hosts.
Sam Hughes opened the scoring with midfielder Aaron Cusack adding a second before the home side gave their visitors a helping hand with Chris Davey putting through his own goal
Saltash did not relent after the break. Richard Maddison added a fourth before substitute Dimitri Kanaki made it 5-0.
Central defender Toby Clark got number six with Kanaki completing the scoring.
Callington Tn...4 Perranporth...0
THREE second-half goals ensured Callington booked their spot in the next round.
The hosts gradually began to dominate in the first half, taking a 27th-minute lead through midfielder Dean Smith, who shot home from the edge of the box.
Town should have been further ahead at the break as they had peppered the visitors' goal.
Just four minutes of the second period had elapsed when Ryan Lucassi tapped home his first from close range.
But the goal of the game came on 69 minutes when Kirk Smith's cross was fired home by Lucassi from 12 yards.
Substitute Phil Burgoyne netted Callington's fourth, five minutes from time, to complete a comfortable victory.