Blyth Spartans are hoping they can cause an upset at their derby against Hartlepool in tonight's FA Cup second-round match.Read the full story ›
AFC Wimbledon 3-1 York:
York City have been knocked out of the FA Cup by AFC Wimbledon in a first round replay.
AFC Wimbledon came from behind to book a place in the second round thanks to two late goals from striker Matt Tubbs.
York took a fifth-minute lead after a 30-yard volley from Wes Fletcher and held until Jack Smith found the equaliser for the Dons at 71 minutes.
Wimbledon, who had drawn 1-1 at York in the original tie, will travel to Wycombe Wanderers in round two of the FA Cup.
Gateshead could have a potential North East derby match with Shildon in the FA Cup First Round.
The Heed will travel to Dean Street to face Shildon if the County Durham side can overcome Norton in Wednesday's fourth qualifying round replay.
The remaining First Round ties involving North East clubs are as follows:
- Basingstoke or Harrow Borough v Spennymoor Town or AFC Telford
- Blyth Spartans v Altrincham
- Hartlepool United v East Thurrock
- Norton or Shildon v Gateshead
- York v AFC Wimbledon
Sunderland fans outside the KC Stadium in Hull were disappointed by their side's 3-0 defeat in the FA Cup quarter final. After last week's trip to Wembley in the League Cup, many said they really thought they would win.
Sunderland's dreams of another cup final were crushed after a 3-0 defeat at Hull City. For ITV Sports match report and highlights** click here**.
Gus Poyet and his team have arrived in Hull ahead of this afternoon's FA Cup quarter final. A victory would give Sunderland another trip to Wembley.
The reality of Sunderland's relegation battle can wait a while longer: fans are dreaming of another trip to Wembley, The club could book their place in the semi-final - which is played at Wembley - if Gus Pouyet's team win at Hull in the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Sports Correspondent Simon O'Rourke reports.
Sunderland boss Gus Poyet says he has found it difficult this week not to think about his side's crucial Premier League match against Crystal Palace on March 15.
Before that game, the Black Cats face Hull City in their FA Cup quarter-final this weekend.
Sunderland will be away to either Hull or Brighton in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, depending on the result of Monday's fifth round tie. The match will take place on the weekend of the 8th March.
Sunderland fans can dare to dream of a Wembley double after victory in the fifth round of the FA Cup against Southampton. Craig Gardner scored after 49 minutes at the Stadium of Light to put his side through to the quarter finals.
The Stadium of Light was less than half full, with attendance of just over 16,000. Gus Poyet had made nine changes to his side. However, they were hardly tested in the match, which ended 1-0.
Sunderland will discover who they will face in the next round on Sunday afternoon at 3:30pm.