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(Warrington Rylands win 5-4 on penalties)

GOALKEEPER Graeme McCall was the hero for Warrington Rylands as they edged a dramatic FA Vase tie this afternoon.

Pegged back by an injury-time equaliser at Jarrow, Blues were just a penalty kick away from exiting the competition after Freddie Potter saw his shoot-out spot kick saved.

However, McCall kept out Jarrow's subsequent penalty to force sudden death and after Andy Scarisbrick had scored to put the pressure back on the hosts, McCall came good again.

Warrington Guardian:

Warrington Guardian:

The celebrations begin after Graeme McCall's penalty save wins the game for Warrington Rylands. Picture by Mark Percy

Dave McNabb's men now progress to the third round, where they will travel to fellow North West Counties League side Longridge Town on Saturday.

Blues were within seconds of winning the game in normal time after their lengthy trip to Tyneside, having led since just after half time when Charlie Doyle slotted them into the lead.

However, Jarrow skipper Jordon Mellish converted a 96th-minute long throw to force the shoot-out.