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Caernarfon also made it through after extratime at Llanrug United, Clive Williams getting the all-important strike in a 3-2 triumph.
Pontypridd Town will have their second big cup match of the week after gallantly being defeated 4-2 after extratime in midweek by Carmarthen Town in the Word Cup.
Neither team succeeded in scoring a goal in the 90 minutes of regulation time and it was the same case in the 30 minutes of extratime.
Darren Tring scored the all-important goal five minutes into extratime, taking on the Liberals centrehalf and keeper in an aerial challenge on the edge of the box and reacting first when the ball dropped.
Wenger couldn't honestly expect his players to give everything in pursuit of a seemingly hopeless cause at half-time, knowing that even if they pulled back their three-goal deficit it would be another half-hour of extratime and the torture of a penalty shootout.
But we did everything we could during the match and in extratime.
1970: David Webb's extratime effort helped Chelsea win the trophy for the first time after a notorious Old Trafford replay against Leeds.
AUSTRALIA'S fly-half Berrick Barnes was a wide-eyed schoolboy when Jonny Wilkinson broke Wallaby hearts with the extratime drop goal to win England the 2003 World Cup.
Campbell saw Nicky Martin come off the bench to score twice in a dramatic 2-1 extratime win against Billingham Town in the Ernest Armstrong Memorial Cup final.
NORTH Shields Billy Mill lifted the Bob Sturrock Memorial Cup with an extratime 5-3 victory over Dudley.
The two Amateur League clubs couldn't be separated inside 90 minutes when they met a few weeks ago in the Co Antrim FA's tournament, with the east Belfast men eventually prevailing after extratime.
In fact, they required a longrange free conversion from goalkeeper Tadhg Lowe just to force extratime at 1-8 apiece.
CAERAU Ely's brave run in the Welsh Cup ended in the fourth round, but it took extratime before Carmarthen went through to the quarter-finals, winning 4-0.
Ivanovic's goal at the start of extratime gave Chelsea a 1-0 win on the night, 2-1 on aggregate, but it was a stern test not only for all 120 minutes on Tuesday night, but also in the first leg which finished 1-1.
Fillongley needed extratime to edge out Jet Blades 3-2.