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FA Cup: Brave Barrow earn Bournemouth replay

Blue Square North side Barrow earned an FA Cup first-round replay against League One Bournemouth after a battling 1-1 draw at Holker Street.

Kevin Rapley put the Cumbrian side ahead after 19 minutes but any hopes of killing off the Cherries at the first attempt were dashed when Jem Karacan equalised a minute into the second half.

Billericay Town, who play in the Isthmian League Premier Division, came within seven minutes of earning a replay against League One Swansea.

Wayne Semanshia had given the Essex side an unlikely lead midway through the first half but a brace from City striker Guillem Bauza put the visitors through to the second round.

Mo Harkin's goal sent Havant and Waterlooville into the second round for the first time in their history at the expense of Blue Square Premier side York at KitKat Crescent.

The former Northern Ireland Under-21 international netted midway through the first half for the Blue Square South side when he powered home Jamie Slabber's pass.

Marc Charles-Smith's goal after 76 minutes for Staines Town was enough to gain a replay against Stockport, who had taken the lead through Matthew McNeil.

Huddersfield came from two goals down at half-time against Accrington Stanley to win 3-2 in a pulsating clash at the Fraser Eagle Stadium.

Peter Cavanagh and Paul Mullin put the hosts into a comfortable lead after 25 minutes but the Terriers bounced back in style in the second period as a brace from Malvin Kamara and a late strike from Luke Beckett put Andy Ritchie's side through.

Millwall, the 2004 finalists, came from a goal behind against Altrincham to secure a 2-1 win thanks to goals from Alan Dunne and Will Hoskins.

Two goals each for Daryl Clare and John McGrath helped Burton Albion beat Halifax at The Shay, while Peterborough saw off League Two strugglers Wrexham 4-1.

Non-League sides Chasetown, Harrogate Railway and Horsham all booked their places in the draw for the second round with wins over Team Bath, Droylsden and Maidenhead United respectively.