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With the Ducks due to have a free weekend due to their early FA Trophy exit, a fixture change has now plugged the gap.
Aylesbury United will now travel to North Greenford United on Saturday 31st October in a game put back from its original midweek position.
After a goalless first half, Heybridge rather controversionally took the lead after Jack Wood appeared to be pushed over by Swifts striker Joshua Fagbohun, who then broke into the box and scored past Tokarczyk. An equaliser came soon after through Lee Grace, but it was the Swifts who scored the winner 15 minutes from time through Billy Hunt.
Despite having the muscular Fagbohun sent off for kicking Jack Wood in the head as he lay on the ground, the Swifts held on to progress to the next round, rounding off another disappointing afternoon at the Windmill Stadium for the Ducks.
A late equaliser denied the Ducks all three points in an entertaining game that had seen Aylesbury twice take the lead, before eventually drawing 2-2 at Barton Rovers for the second season running.
A positive start was rewarded with Nathan Tshikuna's sixth minute opener, his first for the club, only for Rovers to level from the penalty spot six minutes later.
An end to end first half was concluded by Alex Collard re-establishing United's lead, and the Ducks were holding firm before an unsavoury incident on the terraces lead to a short delay in proceedings whilst the perpetrator was removed.
Whether that played a part in distracting Aylesbury is up for debate, but Barton seemed the more focussed side in the closing stages and duly drew level with 90 minutes on the clock to make the final score 2-2.
With nearest rivals AFC Rushden & Diamonds in FA Cup action, Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central leaders Chalfont St. Peter were able to consolidate their place at the top of the table, and did so in style with a 5-1 thrashing of near neighbours Beaconsfield SYCOB.
Tony Mendy - having struck a hat-trick a week earlier - was restriced to just one this time as teammate Kofi Lockhart-Adams did hit a treble agianst his former club, with Anthony Thomas also on the scoresheet.
Royston Town took the plaudits for biggest win of the five games played, as they thrased struggling North Greenford United 7-1 at Garden Walk, where Scott Bridges and Rhys Hoeness both bagged hat-tricks.
Aylesbury FC moved up to third with a 2-1 home win over managerless Bedford Town, whilst two Mitchell Weiss goals gave Kings Langley a 2-0 win at Leighton Town.
In the FA Cup, it was a good afternoon for four of the seven clubs representing Division One Central as AFC Rushden & Diamonds, Hanwell Town, Petersfield Town and Uxbridge all progressed to the 3rd Qualifying Round.
Uxbridge caused the biggest upset, as Jon-Jo Bates scored the only goal of the game to give the Reds a 1-0 win at Vanarama National League South side Dartford.
Petersfield Town also beat higher level opposition in Premier Division Cirencester Town, who they knocked out 3-1 with Joe Briggs netting twice.
AFC Rushden & Diamonds were comfortable 3-0 winners at United Counties League side Deeping Rangers, whilst Hanwell Town were 1-0 home victors against Eastern Counties League side Mildenhall Town at home.
On the losing front, and Potters Bar Town were well beaten at home - 5-1 by Vanarama National League South side Margate despite taking a 50th minute lead, as were St Ives Town who lost 3-0 at home to Ryman League Division One North outfit Harlow Town.
Lastly, Northwood threw away a third minute lead as they went down to a 2-1 home defeat by Division One South & West rivals Didcot Town.