Banbury 2 Shildon 3.

Shildon player manager Danny Moore says that he’ll settle for anyone at home after the Railwaymen pulled off another big Emirates FA Cup giantkilling when they beat Banbury with a magnificent display in a 3-2 win on Saturday.

Moore was one of the goalscorers in the Northern League side’s victory, putting them in the lead just after half time, and striker Adam Burnicle was another hero with the other two goals to put the Railwaymen into the last qualifying round of the competition, and a possible tie against one of the big National League clubs.

“We don’t mind who we play now,” said Moore, who was appointed player-manager near the end of last season.

“I’d love to have a home tie, especially for my assistant Micky Barron. It would be great to have Hartlepool at home just for him considering how long he played for them.

“But even if we’re drawn away from home against anybody, then I won’t be too concerned, because we’ve won three FA Cup ties away from home this season already. To travel so far away from home to Oxfordshire and win, says a huge amount for the players. We’ve played five FA Cup ties now and won them all, and are unbeaten in another ten league games.

“It was a fantastic performance from the lads, they worked really hard throughout the game. They were unreal, even their manager said so after the game. Every man was a warrior.

“Our equaliser gave us loads of confidence. At half time after we had dominated the first half, Micky and I told the players that we would never have a better chance of getting through to the next round. So they stuck at it and got us through.

“I thought we dominated the game for the first 60 or 70 minutes, it was only when they put some big lads on the field that they started to play high balls and caused us problems.”

Adam Burnicle had a shot deflected wide in the opening minutes, Banbury took the lead on the half hour with a good finish by Tom Winters after Jefferson Louis’ shot was parried, but Burnicle fired Shildon level a few minutes later after Billy Greulich-Smith played the ball through to him.

Burnicle nearly gave his side the lead when his lob over the keeper dropped just wide, but Moore then demonstrated his leadership by heading his side into the lead from a cross by Lewis Dodds on 57 minutes.

It was 3-1 on 67 minutes when Greulich-Smith found Burnicle, who slotted the ball past the keeper. To the delight of the 100 travelling supporters.

Banbury made their substitutions, pushed men forward and got one goal back through Ricky Johnson but the Railwaymen, who are the last remaining Northern League side left in the competition, held on for a famous win.

It’s not beyond the realms of possibility that Shildon could play South Shields, who pulled off one of the shocks of the round when Gavin Cogdon scored a last minute winner to put out York City from the National League North by 3-2. York sacked manager Gary Mills after the game.

Newcastle Benfield are out though, beaten 1-0 at home by Kidderminster.