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Live Reporting

Rob Stevens and Josef Rindl

All times stated are UK

  1. One more tie to go...


    Stevenage stun Hull City in the FA Cup

    That's it for our coverage of today's FA Cup second-round ties.

    Five of the nine matches needed extra-time, and one had to be settled via a penalty shoot-out.

    League Two Stevenage dumped out League One leaders Hull on spot-kicks.

    Crawley also pulled off an upset, while eighth-tier Marine recorded a giant-killing to make it to the third round draw.

    Those clubs will learn their fate tomorrow evening.

    Canvey Island host Boreham Wood at 19:45 GMT in the final second-round match on Monday. Do join us for that one.

  2. Cummins sparks Marine celebrations

    FT: Marine 1-0 Havant & Waterlooville (aet)

    If you are just joining us, eighth-tier Marine are into the third round for the second time in their history.

    Niall Cummins was the hero, with a 120th-minute winner.

    Read the match report by clicking the link below.

    Eighth-tier Marine reach third round


    Eighth-tier Marine score a 120th-minute winner to shock 10-man Havant & Waterlooville and reach the FA Cup third round.

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  3. Get Involved

    Tweet using #bbcfacup

    @torontolions: Ah, the #FACup. Wonder how many friends the locals will invite over if Marine have a big 3rd round tie at home? (Covid restrictions allowing, of course).

    Plenty of residents with houses backing onto Marine's pitch enjoyed that giant-killing.

    Marine FC
  4. Minnows await Monday's draw

    FT: Marine 1-0 Havant & Waterlooville (aet)

    So, Marine of the Northern Premier Division One North West will be in the hat for the third round draw tomorrow six.

    Captain Niall Cummins said he didn't want a Premier League top-six side away from home.

    The big boys might not fancy a trip to Rossett Park either.

    Can fellow eighth-tier side Canvey Island join the Mariners in the next round when they host Boreham Wood tomorrow night?

  5. Win will 'live long in the memory'

    FT: Marine 1-0 Havant & Waterlooville (aet)

    Quote Message: It is a dream come true for everyone. That is what we all dream of when you are a kid. It was a tremendous effort. I'm not going to lie, I closed my eyes and it hit me in the shoulder or my back. It is not luck and it'll live long in the memory from Niall Cummins Marine captain and match-winner on BT Sport
    Niall CumminsMarine captain and match-winner on BT Sport
  6. Post update

    FT: Marine 1-0 Havant & Waterlooville (aet)

    Marine get the champagne out on the pitch as the players start to celebrate.

    There will be quite the party after this one.

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    Marine 1-0 Havant & Waterlooville (aet)

    Marine endure three minutes of added time.

    Niall Cummins' 120th-minute goal puts Marine through to the third round for just the second time in their history.

    The eighth-tier part-timers dump 10-man Havant & Waterlooville of National League South out of the Cup.

  8. Post update

    Marine 1-0 Havant & Waterlooville

    Two minutes of added time went up on the board, but it took a minute for the match to restart.

  9. GOAL: Marine 1-0 Havant & Waterlooville

    Niall Cummins

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    Video caption: Last-gasp winner sends Marine into third round

    Marine have done it in the last minute of extra-time!

    The free-kick goes to the back post and Anthony Miley heads it back across goal.

    Niall Cummins dives in to connect with the ball two yards out, and the ball loops up off the top of his back.

    Hawks keeper Ross Worner can't do anything about it as the ball drops over the line.

    Surely no time for a comeback...

  10. Post update

    Marine 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville

    Still time for another booking as Havant's Josh Taylor mistimes a challenge.

    Free-kick to Marine inside the visitors' half.

  11. Post update

    Marine 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville

    Marine get players forward but Niall Cummins over-hits his cross.

    The hosts get a corner instead. Hawks forward Tommy Wright heads it away.

    Visiting keeper Ross Worner then makes another save as a header deflect into his hands off a defender.

  12. Post update

    Marine 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville

    Can anyone write their way into Marine or Havant history?

    Five minutes plus stoppages left before a penalty shoot-out.

  13. Post update

    Marine 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville

    Marine v Havant & Waterlooville

    The smattering of locals in their back gardens are witnessing a pretty tense cup tie.

    Marine deal with a Hawks corner and the klaxons continue to sound.

  14. Post update

    Marine 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville

    The bookings are piling up.

    Havant forward Tommy Wright leaves a bit on Jay Devine.

    Ten minutes are left before penalties. There haven't been too many chances in extra-time.

    Marine v Havant & Waterlooville
  15. Post update

    Marine 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville

    Brilliant block by Marine defender David Raven denies Havant a sight at goal.

  16. KICK-OFF

    Marine 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville

    Off we go.

    Ten-man Havant are hanging in there against the eighth-tier Marine.


    Marine 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville

    Both sides are looking a bit leggy.

    A final chance for the managers to inspire their players, with a penalty shoot-out looming in 15 minutes.

  18. Post update

    Marine 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville

    Things aren't coming off for Marine in the final third.

    Momodou Touray has an angled shot saved by visiting keeper Ross Worner. It was a bit of a tame effort.

    Havant may be a man down, but it hasn't shown so far in extra time.

    Marine v Havant & Waterlooville
  19. Post update

    Marine 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville

    Havant get a free-kick just outside the Marine area on the right.

    George McLennan's cross was handled by Josh Solomon-Davies.

    This is a really good position for the visitors, but Bayleigh Passant palms away the set-piece delivery.

  20. Post update

    Marine 0-0 Havant & Waterlooville

    Marine haven't had a competitive match for three weeks after the Northern Premier Division One North West season was paused because of the national lockdown.

    Havant have also had a couple of games called off because of coronavirus cases.

    Marine's Jay Devine picks up a booking, and three players on each side have now been cautioned.