O'Neill and Darlington beat Tamworth 3-0, with the young striker scoring twice and assisting the other for Omar Holness. 

The Quakers went ahead with only nine minutes gone on the clock through the first of O'Neill's double, and Darlington goalkeeper Liam Connell denied Tamworth from levelling the scores when he saved a penalty. 

However Holness increased the advantage seven minutes before the break with O'Neill teeing him up. 

The win was wrapped up just before the hour for Darlington - and a place in the hat for the first round of the FA Cup - when O'Neill fired across the goalkeeper. 

The brace from O'Neill takes his tally to seven in the black and white of the Quakers, and the young striker was delighted to continue his goal-scoring form. 

"It's always good to help the team, no matter what game it's in," he said afterwards. 

"Two goals today, and a 3-0 win so I'm happy with that." 

James and Gateshead have also advanced to the first round of the competition, with the goalkeeper keeping a clean sheet in a 5-0 success over Colne. 

The Heed had five different scorers, with Josh Kayode, JJ O’Donnell, Greg Olley, Paul Blackett and Jordan Preston all helping Gateshead book their place in the first round, with the draw taking place at 7pm. 

North of the border, Hamilton and Sam Stubbs earned a draw at home to Hibernian, with Ross Cunningham's penalty cancelling out Stevie Mallan's opener. 

Having got off the mark last week for Inverness Caledonian Thistle, Mitch Curry stepped off the bench in their 2-2 home draw against Alloa Athletic.