Tyne and Wear's amateur teams had mixed fortunes in the FA Vase Second Qualifying Round.
Two goals from Anthony Myers earned Jarrow Roofing their passage at the expense of Washington.
Just one goal separated Consett and Hebburn Town and it's the Steelmen who go through with David Scorer's spectacular volley two minutes from the end.
South Shields produced a good performance in defeating Yorkshire Amateur. They made a dream start when Lee Bell converted a penalty in the first minute awarded after Johnny Wightman was brought down.
Bell also had a hand in the second goal when he delivered a good free kick and Andy Barclay rose high to head past goalkeeper Andy Doey.
Ryton and Crawcrook Albion are bottom of Division Two but they gave high-flying Bishop Auckland a stern test before conceding two goals in the final 12 minutes.
Aaron Wearmouth headed past goalkeeper John Mordey in the 78th minute and when they pressed in search of an equaliser, the home side allowed Sonny Andrews too much room and he fired in the second decisive goal.
Team Northumbria went down to Pickering Town who led from the 44th minute through Jed Dalton, until an own goal from Simon Sturdy on 88 minutes levelled the scores. Pickering then sealed victory with a Liam Salt penalty and a third goal from Joe Danby.
Chester le Street took Norton and Stockton Ancients to the wire before going out in extra time.
Scott Donaldson opened for the Cestrians and Shaun Clark equalised. In the first minute of additional time Mark Lilley headed in the winner.
The Cestrians played for an hour with 10 men after having Stephen Buzzeo sent off and in the 100th minute Norton had Richie Storr dismissed.
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