FA CUP fever is still hitting Great Harwood after their epic extra-preliminary round win over Guisborough Town.
After finishing 1-1 in the North East on Saturday, they replayed at the Interlink on Monday night and needed penalties to finally see Town off.
And now, for the second Saturday running, North West Counties Division Two side Harwood make the trip to the North East this time to face Norton and Stockton Ancients in the preliminary round of the prestigious competition.
"It is a case of going on the Internet to find out any information about them like we did about Guisborough," said manager John Hughes.
"Guisborough's manager said Norton are a better team than them but we should have beat Guisborough 8-0 on Monday so we are quietly confident.
"We know we are not going to win the FA Cup so it is all about enjoying it and seeing how far we can go and picking up whatever finances we can."
Anwar scored for Harwood on Saturday but the replay was a lot more explosive.
Harwood raced into a 3-1 lead with goals from Ed O'Neill and two from James Dean all in the first 35 minutes. But they let Guisborough back into it at 3-3 and the sides could not be separated in extra-time.
It came to penalties with O'Neill, Thompson and John Eastham all scoring theirs before Gordon Watson had his spot kick saved.
Keeper Bobby Harris had saved one, then the other was skied so it was up to Dean to score and win the tie for Harwood. And he did just that making it 4-2 on penalties.
"James was outstanding," said Hughes. "We moved him up front from midfield and he never stopped working. He is certainly our hero this week.
"We did well as a team but we should have had it won at half-time. We led 3-1 but should have led more and John Eastham just had a bad day where he missed absolutely everything, even one on ones."
This campaign is all about building the side for next season for Hughes.
"It is a learning curve for me and for the team. It is a newish side and we need to get used to each other. Some of the lads, I don't even know their surnames!
"I am trying to guide the younger players and, so far, it is going okay but it is all about looking towards next season."