TWO first-half goals from Liam Flanagan earned in-form Selby Town a 2-0 win at Avro in the FA Vase.

Flanagan struck the opener on 35 minutes and added a second on the stroke of half-time to seal the Robins' first round qualifying victory in Oldham.

Selby now face a second round qualifying trip to Wythenshawe Amateurs on Saturday, September 14.

While the Robins were in Vase action, Skegness Town took their place at the top of Toolstation Northern Counties East League division one.

Skegness beat basement side East Hull 7-0 to reach the summit on goal difference, although Selby have a game in hand.

They are back in league action on Saturday at Nostell Miners Welfare.

In the BetVictor Northern Premier League north/west division, Tadcaster Albion came from behind to claim a point at Prescot Cables.

The Brewers made a hesitant start and were a goal down after four minutes, James Edgar scoring for the hosts.

On 80 minutes, the visitors got the reward their second half pressure deserved.

The Cables defence seemed to stop in their tracks and the ball fell to defender Ioan Evans, who drove the ball in from 18 yards for his first Albion goal.

A rash tackle by Josh Barrett two minutes later saw Tadcaster reduced to 10 men, but they saw out the game to claim a point.

Next up for the Brewers is a home tie against Ashton United in the first qualifying round of the FA Cup on Saturday.

Pickering Town were left to rue missed chances as they lost 2-1 at Marine in the north/west division.

After opportunities went begging for Danny Earl and Flynn McNaughton, the Pikes trailed at the interval to Craig Lindfield's injury time goal.

Earl, Town's player of the month for August, levelled with a header from seven yards out five minutes into the second half.

Niall Cummins put Marine back in front on 55 minutes and they held on to that lead, despite Matty Turnbull having a goal chalked off for offside.

The Pikes travel to Ossett on Tuesday night, before Saturday's FA Cup first qualifying round trip to 1874 Northwich.