DARLINGTON won a penalty shoot-out to go into the last 32 of the Buildbase FA Trophy.

Quakers took the lead after just five minutes, when Dan Maguire, a late replacement for Luke Charman who was injured in the warm up, controlled a long clearance by Melvin Minter and set up Jarrett Rivers to score his fourth goal of the season.

Telford, who scored ten in midweek, then created several chances and Minter pulled off three good saves, before they broke through in first-half stoppage time when Aaron Williams headed in a right-wing cross.

Erico Sousa hit the post for Quakers straight after the break, but at the other end Minter pulled off an excellent full length save from a hotly-disputed Aaron Williams penalty.

Williams volleyed Telford back in front with a volley, but Darlington skipper Will Hatfield fired a free-kick through the wall for the equaliser to set up a penalty shoot-out.

Crucially, Minter saved a penalty at 2-1, and Quakers kept their cool to score each of theirs, with Nicky Hunt scoring the winner.