Giantkillers Jarrow Roofing swept into the last 16 of the FA Vase with a shock 3-0 home win over Deal Town.

Roofing disposed of competition favourites Cammell Laird two rounds ago, and on Saturday they hit three second half goals to put the recent finalists out of the competition.

Owner and manager Richie McLoughlin said: "You wouldn't believe that our team is the same one that is struggling in the league.

"We are completely different when we play Vase matches. We stopped their key people from playing, and we could have scored more than three."

After a goalless first half, Roofing took the lead when Craig Nelson made a good run down the left and crossed for Martin Thompson to score with a first time volley.

Roofing made it 2-0 when Paul Hodgson turned quickly on the edge of the area and scored with a low shot into the bottom corner, then Nelson booked their place in the next round when he burst through the visiting defence and beat the keeper with a low shot.

Roofing are joined in this morning's draw by Bedlington, who won 2-1 at Bitton.

Bitton, from the Western League, took the lead with a Mike Branch header. But Bedlington, the losing finalists six years ago, equalised on 58 minutes when Gareth McAlindon opened the defence for Anthony Chapman to score.

After a mass brawl broke out involving twenty players, Bedlington got the winner on 67 minutes when John Milner scored from a Chapman corner

However, two Northern League clubs went out. Billingham Town lost 3-1 at home to Lymington and New Milton.

Outgoing manager Alan Robinson, who takes over at Horden this morning, said: "There are no excuses, we were well under par.

"For the first 25 minutes we were the better team, but once they scored, that deflated us a little bit. And losing two players because of flu in the first half didn't help."

Tow went close on two occasions, but they fell behind to a goal by Ben Thompson on 35 minutes, then Michael Jackson put the visitors 2-0 up after 78 minutes. Jimmy Anderson made it 3-0 before Richie Ward pulled one back in stoppage time.

West Allotment Celtic lost 3-1 at home to Soham Town Rangers, David Potts scoring their consolation goal right at the end.

* Neil Aspin, the former Darlington and Hartlepool United player, made a winning return to Conference North side Harrogate Town with a 2-1 win at Worcester City.

Aspin, who until last season was coach at Harrogate, returned for his debut as caretaker manager on Saturday after the sudden departure of John Reed to Stalybridge Celtic.

Aspin said of his side's success: "I just told the players I wanted a good response. And that's what they gave me."