BEACONSFIELD Town recovered from falling behind to beat Sutton Common Rovers 3-1 in the first qualifying round of the FA Cup on Friday night, writes Rob Stevens.

Sutton, from the Combined Counties League Premier Division, took the lead at Gander Green Lane when Kyle Henry played the ball into the path of Phil Page and the muscular striker drove in with a fierce shot from 15-yards after 36 minutes.

The Rams equalised before the break as a low corner from Shawnikki Clement-Peter fell to Reece Yorke and the centre back rammed the ball home from six-yards.

The visitors went ahead in the tie when Brendan Matthew found substitute Dean Morgan who took a perfect first touch before caressing a sweet strike into the corner of the goal from 10-yards in the 83rd minute.

Beaconsfield secured their progress in the national competition as sub James McCluskey applied the finish after a brilliant run and pull back from Matthew two minutes into time added on.

The Rams return to action in the Evo-Stick League Premier South with a visit to Holloways Park from Wimborne Town this Saturday (3pm).

Chesham United progressed into the second qualifying round of the FA Cup following their 4-2 win against Fleet Town from the Wessex League Premier Division on Saturday.

The Generals fell behind at The Meadow to a goal from Brad Passfield, before strikes from Bayley Brown, Eoin Casey and Karl Oliyide gave the higher-league side a clear lead.

Fleet pulled a goal back through Jake Hammond but Chesham scored a fourth to ensure their passage into the second qualifying round.

The Generals return to league action with a long trip to Merthyr Town this Saturday (3pm).

Marlow return to action in the Evo-Stick League South Central with a visit to the Alfred Davis Memorial Ground from Chertsey Town, who won the FA Vase last season, this Saturday (3pm).

Chalfont St Peter bowed out of the FA Cup this season after a 2-0 defeat at Chichester City in the first qualifying round on Saturday.

A second-half penalty from Gicu Iordache and an Emmett Dunn strike ensured the home team progressed at Oaklands Park.

Chalfont return to league action with a trip to Ware this Saturday (3pm).