Pontefract Collieries sprinted into the FA Cup first qualifying round with a stunning 4-0 victory at Northern League leaders Hebburn Town.
The victory continues a good run of results in the Cup this year for Yorkshire clubs against the might of financially-strong Northern League sides.
Northern League clubs are not used to Yorkshire sides winning in the North East so the defeat must have been a major shock to the system for Hebburn.
Pontefract will now host Glossop North End on Saturday, a tie that had been effectively booked by half-time.
Connor Smythe’s header in the fifth minute set them on their way and Craig Parry’s men never looked back.
Spencer Clarke pounced upon on the ball from a set-piece to add the second before Joe Lumsden celebrated his fine goal.
After the break Hebburn pressed the self-destruct button as Michael Richardson saw red for a wild challenge on
Layton Swaine piled further misery on Hebburn with his 92nd minute finish.
Brighouse Town did not enjoy the same rewards in the North East as they lost 3-2 at Morpeth Town, despite taking the lead twice.
Jack Lazenby and Kurt Harris’ goals got cancelled out in both halves before Morpeth won it with a strike 20 minutes from time.
Josh Schofield got Goole AFC’s goal as Dunston beat them 4-1.
Eccleshill United were beaten 3-1 at Glossop, despite taking the lead through Johnny Irving.