Jarrow Roofing keeper Andy Hoggarth was the hero with two penalty saves to put the Northern League side into the quarter finals of the FA Vase, writes Ray Simpson.

Hoggarth was the hero in the penalty shoot-out after Roofing held on to a 1-1 scoreline in extra time to join Bedlington in the last eight.

Owner and manager Richie McLoughlin said: "It was a marvellous result.

"The lads were outstanding all the way through the game. Last week in the first game we only got seven good individual performances, this week all 11 responded well.

"I was a little bit worried when they equalised near the end of 90 minutes, but we still created chances in extra time.

"I missed all the penalty shoot-out, but our keeper made two excellent saves. What a fantastic result it is for us. Nobody expected us to get this far."

Roofing are now at home to Frome Town from the Western League in the last eight on March 5th.

McLoughlin was involved in controversy in the first half, when he was sent from the dugout for a clash with Tipton striker Andy Rollason, but looked on when his side took the lead after 69 minutes when Andy Reay fire home.

Extra time was forced nine minutes from the end when Adam Checketts scored.