KIDLINGTON claimed a scalp in the Emirates FA Cup by knocking out Salisbury on penalties.

Jacob Davidge put the hosts ahead after the break in the first round qualifying tie.

But Salisbury, who play in the division above, pinched a late equaliser to stay in the game.

It went to a shoot-out, where Jim Glover netted the decisive spot kick to seal a 4-2 success.

Banbury United also progressed to second round qualifying in the Emirates FA Cup last night.

Giorgio Rasulo scored the only goal of the game at home to Carlton Town 13 minutes from time.

It saw the Puritans avoid an upset against the Northern Premier League South East Division side from Nottinghamshire.

The victory sent Andy Whing's side into the hat, alongside teams from the National League North and South divisions.

The next round is played on Saturday, October 3.

But it was the end of the road for Wantage Town, who could not spring a surprise against higher-division side Taunton Town as they went down 5-0.

A long-range effort from Dan Sullivan put the hosts ahead and crucially they doubled the lead through Toby Holmes on the stroke of half-time.

Holmes struck again ten minutes into the second half to kill off the visitors, who conceded further goals to substitutes Owen Howe and Dan McBeam.

The county's other Southern League side left in the competition are Kidlington, who host Salisbury tonight.