Published: 00:00, 30 August 2014
| Updated: 19:49, 30 August 2014
A dramatic turnaround saw Faversham Town knock out Westfield in stoppage time in the FA Cup Preliminary Round on Saturday.
Trailing to Elliott's first-half goal, Faversham levelled through Danny Maxted in the 90th minute and then Wayne Wilson's spot-kick sent them through.
Goals from Stuart King and Dan Parkinson at the start of either half led Herne Bay to a 2-1 win at 10-man Walton & Hersham.
King volleyed Bay ahead before Dan Parkinson rifled home from 25 yards. Walton had Mbaye sent-off with 15 minutes left but scored late on through a Hemmings penalty.
Ian Pulman put Whitstable Town ahead at Walton Casuals midway through the first half but Mitchell Gutteridge's 52nd-minute equaliser ensured the teams will meet again on Tuesday night.
There will be no repeat of last year's run for Chatham Town, who went down 2-1 at home to Whyeleafe.
Ryan Fowler put the visitors ahead with 20 minutes left and Tommy Harper made it 2-0 on 78 minutes. Ade Yusuff's penalty with six minutes remaining ensured a tense finale but Chats were unable to force a replay.
Ian Daly's double strike put Cray Wanderers on the road to victory over Molesey.
Without the suspended Shaun Welford, Daly stepped up to the mark and scored after six and 39 minutes. Adrian Stone added a third six minutes from time before James McShane's late consolation in the 86th minute.
Ramsgate avoided an upset at Southern Counties East Fisher, running out 4-2 winners.
Connor Heffernan put Rams ahead on 20 minutes before Junior James levelled for the hosts eight minutes later.
Chris Elliott's spot-kick restored Ramsgate's lead early in the second half and Ira Jackson scored just after the hour to make it 3-1. James replied again for Fisher but within a minute Tom Chapman netted to make it 4-2 to the visitors.
Josh Burchell scored a late equaliser as Hythe Town forced a reply against Lordswood.
Jason Lillis' men looked to be on course for victory as they led 2-1 at half-time. Pete Huggens put them ahead on 11 minutes but Craig Thompson levelled on 24 minutes.
Joe Kane then put Lords back ahead on the stroke of half-time but Burchell scored with just two minutes left to set up a midweek replay.
Sittingbourne went down 3-0 at home to Dorking Wanderers. Tom Tolfrey scored on 23 and 73 minutes with Alex McGregor adding the third 16 minutes from time.
Stuart Zanone's first goal of the season was the only consolation for Thamesmead Town as they went out, beaten 2-1 at South Park. Zanone put the Mead ahead on 20 minutes but Dan Guscott levelled four minutes later and Joe Jackson's goal on the stroke of half-time proved to be the winner.
Ashford United went down 1-0 at home to Chipstead after Will Turl's 48th-minute winner while Deal Town will get a second bite of the cherry against Chessingston. A Jack Hope own goal put Chessington ahead but Nathan Foulkes scored on 44 minutes to claim a 1-1 draw and a midweek replay.
Daniel Stewart's late goal was not enough as Holmesdale went down 2-1 at East Preston who scored twice inside eight first-half minutes through Joe Shelley.
Among the games played on Sunday, Folkestone Invicta threw away a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 at Erith & Belvedere. Neil Cugley's team had control of the tie thanks to goals from Paul Booth and Ian Draycott but Bill Parkinson and Alfie May netted to earn the Southern Counties East side a replay at the Fullicks Stadium on Tuesday.
Greenwich Borough beat St Francis Rangers 5-2 at Princes Park but Canterbury City are out after they lost 2-0 at home to Pagham.
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