GOALS from Jake Parker, Matt Woolley and Aaron Smith secured 1874 Northwich's place in the first round of the FA Vase and subsequently Wayne Goodison and Paul Bowyer's 100th win in charge of the club, writes Matt Waters.

After losing their first five league games, Selby’s form didn’t improve as Smith and Parker’s link-up play proved to be too much for the NCEL Division One side.

74 started the brighter of the two teams with two driven efforts from Taylor Kennerley cleared off the line, while Dylan Parkin made the first of his many fantastic saves to deny Smith on the ten-minute mark.

Parkin was called into action once again making two excellent saves to deny Kennerley whose header was palmed away before making a smart stop from the rebound.

However, it was on the half hour mark when Parker found skipper Matt Woolley who broke the deadlock as he placed his effort calmly past the resilient Selby defence.

Two minutes later and Parker was gifted the perfect opportunity to double the lead. He managed to wriggle past the defence but his shot was tipped wide by Parkin.

Before the break Harry Cain and Parker had opportunities to put 74 further ahead but they were denied by the bar.

Shortly after half time Parker finally got the goal he deserved. A perfectly timed ball by Sam Hare found Parker as he rounded the Selby keeper before putting the ball into the empty net.

74 were only troubled once in the second half as Harvey John found his way past Sam Hind before his effort on goal was blocked by James Ormrod.

Ten minutes from time Smith finally got his got his goal.

His clever touch took the ball past Cam Collins, spinning Brett Lucas and then finishing past Parkin who had a fantastic game in goal for Robins.