Bowmar's strike is all that's needed as New Inn progress
RESULT of the day in the EMPAL saw runaway Division Three leaders New Inn Eastwood pip County Cup quarter-finalists Nottingham Medics A 1-0.
A close-range finish by Sam Bowmar was enough to earn his side a home tie against Arnold Old Boys in the cup quarter-finals.
Cropwell United eventually beat title-rivals Nottingham United 4-3 on penalties after it ended 3-3.
A Dennis Hickey double and a strike by Roger Rosa for United cancelled out efforts from Horton, Chollerton and Thorpe.
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Arnold Old Boys were made to work by Boots Wednesday, who were three minutes from extra time before a late strike settled the tie at 2-1.
Arnold took the lead with a free header from a corner and were then denied by a superb performance by Boots keeper Frampton.
Wednesday bossed the second half, but Fowler was the only scorer after converting Crozier's corner.
Clifton Dynamo made it through to the last-eight for the second season in a row after beating AFC Southside 4-1. They now face a tough tie at Crown Inn.
Clifton goalkeeper Harris kept them in the game with a string of fine saves.
Dynamo went ahead on the half-hour mark when Davies outpaced the Southside back-four and dinked the ball over the keeper.
Just before half time, Mark Rye produced a smart finish following a corner.
On 70 minutes, Humphries found space inside the box and netted with a rare left-footed finish.
Southside pulled a goal back from the penalty spot before Dynamo made it safe with a bullet finish from top scorer Humphries.
Notts Athletic got back to winning ways, beating Butler Benfica 2-0, John Neville and Marcus Eaton scoring.
Elwes Arms beat Queens City 3-1 at a windswept Grove Farm. Arms raced to a two-goal lead through Smith and Lally after only ten minutes before City woke up.
The inevitable breakaway happened and Elwes made it 3-0 through Horley.
Skipper Kev Findlay finally put Queens on the score-sheet with a bullet of a strike smacking both posts before crossing the line.
One Crown Inn went second behind Division One leaders Cropwell United after beating Freeman & Mitchell 2-1.
Kieran Heath opened the scoring with a near-post header.
Freemans, making the most of three goalkeeping changes throughout the match, equalised before half time.
Talisman Kevin Mabon got entangled with the keeper to earn his side a penalty on the hour mark, picking up a nasty arm injury into the bargain.
Jamie Eaton converted the spot-kick for what turned out to be the winning goal.
Fox & Crown pipped RDNG United 3-2 in a scrappy affair and the relegation six pointer went FC Olympico's way as they beat fellow strugglers Plumtree 3-0.
A muddy Trent Vale Road pitch saw Olympico spurn their usual quality early chances before makeshift right-back Stuart Dack hit a spectacular opener for the O's.
Despite Plumtree responding in the second half the Olympico defence held firm allowing Chris Loydall to calm the nerves with a second.
A fine solo effort from George Farrow was the icing on the cake.
DIVISION Two leaders Priory Celtic were too strong for Brooks Villa, winning 3-1.
Stratford opened the scoring for Brooks but goals from Juan Vickers, Greg Wedge and Marcus Liburd saw Celtic open up an eight-point lead at the top.
A terrific match out at Cotgrave Miners Welfare saw Cotgrave Sunday beat Caythorpe 4-0.
Caythorpe were again struggling for numbers but put in a battling display.
Liam Dudley put himself in goal and denied Cotgrave on numerous occasions.
It took a superb swerving 30-yard effort from James Gordon to open the scoring for Cotgrave.
Cotgrave went 3-0 up midway through the second half through Ryan Thorpe and Shaun Jackson.
Jackson got his second with a scuffed left footer.
It was the John Hussain show for Fat Cat as he scored all their goals in a 3-2 win over Inn the Bank.
Nottingham Medics B recorded their best win for years in Divison Three, beating FC Eastwood 5-0.