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Live Reporting

Gary Rose

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    Right that's all from us. No upset tonight but there is a whole weekend of FA Cup action to look forward to. Join us again for it all tomorrow.

    See you later!

  2. FA Cup on the BBC this weekend

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    Video caption: FA Cup: Watch Chichester players reaction following bye into second round

    There are 38 ties taking place between 9-11 November as League One and League Two sides enter the competition. Highlights and goals from all ties will be shown on the BBC Sport website and app.

    Football Focus on BBC One on Saturday (12:05-13:00) comes from National League Maidenhead United before their tie with League One Rotherham United.

    There is an FA Cup Final Score on Sunday (BBC Two 12:30-13:45; BBC One 13:45-15:00), presented by Jason Mohammad.

    It will feature all the day's ties, including Maldon & Tiptree's visit to League Two Leyton Orient, Chippenham Town's home tie with Northampton Town and Wrexham's match with League One Rochdale.

    Manish Bhasin will present an FA Cup highlights show on the same day (BBC Two 17:15-18:45), featuring former Aston Villa forward Dion Dublin and Kilbane.

    Fans will also be able to watch first-round goals on the Red Button from 22:15 on Saturday.

  3. 'We were brave'

    Dulwich Hamlet 1-4 Carlisle

    Dulwich Hamlet boss Gavin Rose, speaking to BBC Sport: "I thought we were brave. We tried to have a go at the game. We lacked quality in the final third - crossing and our final pass. Maybe the emotion got the better of the boys at times. Carlisle managed the game well and hit us on the break.

    "I will learn something from this and hopefully the boys will learn something from it as well."

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    Dulwich Hamlet 1-4 Carlisle

    Carlisle's man of the match Harry KcKirdy, speaking to BBC Sport: "The boys did well. Dulwich came out strong and we knew exactly what we were going to get. We just had to stay strong and do what we had to do.

    "They (the fans) are just obsessed with my shorts, I don't know what is wrong with them!?"

  5. 'A professional job'

    Dulwich Hamlet 1-4 Carlisle

    Carlisle boss Steven Pressley, speaking to BBC Sport: "We can't take anything away from Dulwich. They were everything and more in terms of what we expected. They put us under pressure but we always looked a threat on the counter. It was a professional job from ourselves but full credit to Dulwich.

    "It took a terrific goal from Mike Jones to settle us down. That was a big moment in the game."


    Dulwich Hamlet 1-4 Carlisle

    All over.A professional job by Carlisle as they avoid a first-round upset to secure their place in Monday's second round draw.

    The Dulwich Hamlet fans are celebrating regardless. What a run they had been on in this competition.

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    Dulwich Hamlet 1-4 Carlisle

    Dulwich have the chance to give their fans the chance to celebrate another goal with a corner in the first of three minutes of stoppage time. It is headed back across goal but Carlisle clear.

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    Dulwich Hamlet 1-4 Carlisle

    Despite his uncomfortably short shorts, Harry McKirdy has been the best player on the pitch tonight, chipping in with two goals an assist. He's been the difference.

  9. GOAL - Dulwich Hamlet 1-4 Carlisle

    Harry McKirdy

    And that's a wrap.

    With Dulwich Hamlet pushing players forward they are caught out at the back as Harry McKirdy races through before firing a low finish into the far corner.

    Game over.

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    Video caption: McKirdy puts gloss on Carlisle victory
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    Dulwich Hamlet 1-3 Carlisle


    Its raining at Dulwich, as you can tell because this chap has opted to pop a carrier bag on his head. As you do.


    Dulwich Hamlet 1-3 Carlisle

    Ryan Loft is straight into the game and straight into the referee's book for a late challenge on Dominic Vose.

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    Dulwich Hamlet 1-3 Carlisle

    Nyren Clunis fires over from a tight angle as Dulwich Hamlet continue to press for a second goal that would certainly set up a tense finale.


    Dulwich 1-3 Carlisle

    Another change for Carlisle as Olufela Olomola, who opened the scoring tonight, is replaced by on-loan Leicester striker Ryan Loft.

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    Dulwich Hamlet 1-3 Carlisle

    Ben Chapman again has a go from outside the box but his effort lacks power and Carlisle keeper Adam Collin scoops up comfortably.

    Just under 15 minutes remaining for the hosts to find two goals from somewhere.

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    Dulwich Hamlet 1-3 Carlisle

    Dulwich Hamlet are certainly giving things a go as the game enters the close stages and Danny Mills heads just wide following a free kick.

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    Dulwich Hamlet 1-3 Carlisle

    The substitutes have definitely had a positive impact on Dulwich Hamlet and they are not far off as Nyren Clunis pokes an effort wide of goal.

    Ben Chapman then tries his luck from distance but the shot is too close to the keeper.

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    Dulwich Hamlet 1-3 Carlisle

    Lucky escape for Carlisle as they are awarded a free kick just outside their own box, despite Danny Mills appearing to be brought down by Byron Webster. Boos from the home fans at that decision.


    Dulwich Hamlet 1-3 Carlisle

    Dulwich Hamlet are just starting to look a bit tired so boss Gavin Rose decides to throw on two pairs of fresh legs.

    The club's long serving player Nyren Clunis, with more than 450 appearances under his belt, is on for Jeffrey Monakana while Afolabi Akineyemi replaces Ade Yusuff.

  19. Jones 'screamer' restores Carlisle's two-goal lead

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    Video caption: Jones 'screamer' restores Carlisle's two-goal lead
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    Dulwich Hamlet 1-3 Carlisle

    It certainly keeps Dulwich Hamlet in the tie Dan but Carlisle are looking strong at the moment as Charlie Grainger does well to get a hand to Harry McKirdy's low strike.