Spacey double seals it
Barwell were the only county side to book their place in the FA Cup second qualifying round after a hard-fought 3-0 win at home to AFC Wulfrunians on Saturday.
The scoreline did not do justice to the spirited Wulfs, who battled hard against a strong Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division side.
It was not until the second-half that Barwell managed to find the breakthrough when Richard Lavery headed the ball in from close range in the 49th minute.
Two more late goals from Paul Spacey sealed the win and saw the Canaries safely into the next round.
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Coalville Town's Cup dream was short-lived as they were unable to draw on their unbeaten league record, falling to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Ilkeston.
The Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One side more than held their own against struggling Premier Division Ilkeston.
It was only a 55th-minute penalty for the away side, following a Callum Woodward handball, that separated the two teams.
Quorn's run also came to an end when they were beaten 2-1 at home to Buxton.
Two second-half penalties from Kyle Nix put the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division Bucks into the next round. Tyrone Kirk pulled one back in 71st minute but it proved too late.
Three of the county's six clashes ended in stalemate as Loughborough Dynamo, Thurnby Nirvana and Blaby & Whetstone were all held to draws.
Dynamo finished 2-2 with visitors Grantham Town after a stoppage-time equaliser from Matt Langham earned the hosts a draw.
Thurnby let slip a 2-0 lead at home against Gresley, who netted two second-half goals to force a replay.
Blaby will be disappointed not to take advantage of an Eastwood Town side who have lost all six of their opening Evo-Stik Premier League Premier Division matches.
Visitors Blaby took the lead in the second-half through Liam Read before Greg Simmons equalised for the hosts.
All three teams now face replays as they look to clinch the £3,000 prize money and a spot in the second qualifying round.