VIDEO Lewes come from behind twice to win enthralling FA Cup tie at Peacehaven

Lewes came from behind twice to win an enthralling FA Cup tie at near neighbours Peacehaven.

The hosts dominated a first half under leaden skies at Piddinghoe Avenue, and deservedly went in at the break 1-0 up thanks to a Trevor McCreadie goal.

Lewes equalised soon after the restart through Jack Dixon but the Magpies went ahead again courtesty of a Tom Burton goal.

The Rooks pulled level for a second time thanks to a spectacular effort from Jack Walder – and Garry Wilson’s men won it from the penalty spot after referee Stacey Woodley ruled Connor Jones had handled the ball in the box.

The official’s decision was hotly disputed in the home dugout but they could do nothing to stop Dixon powering home his kick from 12 yards to put Lewes into the second qualifying round.

See the video above for action from the match – including Walder’s goal and that disputed penalty decision.

TYE: Di Bernado, C Jones, Cotton, A Jones, Richards, Brotherton, Burton, McCreadie, J Jones, Lawley.

SUBS: McLaughlin, Akhurst, Harris, Burstow.

ROOKS: Banks, S Crabb, Gore, Lovett, Austin, Walder, Wheeler, Dixon, Trevealen, N Crabb, Logan.

SUBS: Olorunda, M Crabb, Vickers, Hendon, Smith.