Berkhamsted shared six goals with Enfield Borough as they needed extra-time to advance with a 4-2 win in the FA Vase on Saturday.

The build-up to the game was interrupted by an injury to Ben Bateman which meant a change in shape saw Berko effectively play with five attackers.

Berko’s attacking line-up saw them take the lead with 22 minutes on the clock as Steven Hawes picked up the ball on the edge of the box and fired home.

The lead was short-lived, however, as Tage Kennedy reacted quickest to turn in from Carl Tasker’s save.

The Comrades looked to have won the game when Jon Munday, who was captain for the day, popped up with an 88th-minute goal.

However, Enfield were soon level as they went down the other end to score an equaliser through Isaac Stevens.

Enfield hit the bar early in extra-time to offer a warning to Berko, but the visitors were able to dominate the second period.

The go-ahead goal came in fortuitous fashion as Alex Camapana’s cross snuck in at the back post.

Sean Coughlan sealed the win with four minutes of the added period to play as he made the most of a goalmouth scramble to score.

Berko, who return to league action tomorrow when they travel to Biggleswade United, have been handed a short trip to Tring Athletic in the last 64 of the Vase after Jack Reed’s hat-trick helped them to a 4-1 victory over Ely City.

The second round clash was a one-way affair as Tring made their superiority show.

Athletic have endured a slow start to the season, but are beginning to find their form and established a two-goal lead at half-time.

Reed’s opener owed much to the creative play of the back in-form George Carbery, who threaded a fine through ball which allowed Reed to dink a shot in.

It was two soon after when Luke Dunstan made a burst from midfield and released Elliot Goward on the wing.

His cross was a dangerous one and saw Ely keeper Harry Reynolds drop the ball after colliding with his own defender.

The loose ball dropped dangerously and a panicked Sam Goodge lashed an attempted clearance into his own net.

Tring all but booked their place in the third round just before the hour mark when a corner was partially cleared before being put back into the box for Reed to glance in.

Ely hit back as the game ticked into stoppage time, but the last word on proceedings inevitably fell to Reed as he completed his hat-trick.

He beat the on-rushing Ely keeper to a pass from Goward and chipped the ball over him to round off a comfortable win for Athletic.

Tomorrow sees Tring return to South Midlands Premier Division action when they entertain London Colney at Cow Lane.

A fine second-half showing was enough to to give Leverstock Green their first away league win of the season as they beat St Margaretsbury 4-2.

The win means Green have won six and drawn two of their last nine league outings.

In a game of two halves, Green failed to get going before the break and went in 1-0 down after 45 minutes.

The Saints took the lead after 24 minutes when Ryan Wade’s free-kick deflected into the path of Daniel Ungudi and he converted.

After surviving an early scare in the second period, Green scored the vital leveller in the 50th minute.

Matt Bateman latched onto a pass in behind the defence and calmly slotted the ball beyond Adam Seymour.

He doubled his and Green’s money on 62 minutes, heading in Chris Marsh’s corner to make the score 2-1.

Jonathan Lacey gave the visitors breathing space with 20 minutes to play as he followed up Alex Marsh’s partially saved shot to force the ball over the line.

Reynaldo Carbon smashed in from close range to make it 4-1 before Luke Provenzano bagged a second for St Margaretsbury in stoppage-time.

Oxhey Jets took a break from competitive action to pay tribute to former player Tom Lake on Remembrance Day.

Lake lost his life while serving with the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment in Afghanistan in 2011.

Jets took on a team consisting of current members of the regiment - running out 6-1 winners - and raised money for this year’s poppy appeal.