Reading and Slough Town are both in the hat for round two of the FA Cup, although Scott Davies' National League South outfit will have to overcome Grimsby Town in a replay for the right to play Oxford United.

Four Berkshire sides were in the FA Cup first round proper over the weekend, with two progressing and two going out.

Ruben Selles' Royals, entering at this stage for the first time since 2001, squeezed past League Two MK Dons with a 3-2 win on Saturday.

Kelvin Ehibhatiomhan, Harvey Knibbs and Lewis Wing found the net at the SCL Stadium, although Mike Williamson's side will feel aggrieved to have not won a last-minute penalty to have the chance to earn a replay.

Reading will travel to National League Eastleigh in round two.

Slough Town hosted fourth-tier Grimsby Town on Sunday, holding last year's quarter-finalists to a 1-1 draw.

In front of Arbour Park's largest-ever crowd, player-manager Davies curled a delightful free-kick into the back of the net in the first half to put the Rebels ahead.

Danny Rose earned the Mariners a replay back at Blundell Park by scoring in the final 15 minutes. League One high-fliers Oxford United await the winner.

Unfortunately, it was the end of the road for fellow non-league sides Maidenhead United and Bracknell Town.

Billy Bodin's brace sealed a 2-0 win for Oxford over Alan Devonshire's Magpies in a largely uneventful tie at the Kassam Stadium.

Bracknell, in the first round for the second successive season, ran League One Cambridge United close but ultimately lost out 2-1 at the Abbey Stadium.

 Fejiri Okenabirhie and Olukayode Osu put Cambridge in control, but the travelling supporters were given something to cheer as Ben Harris scored late on for the Southern League Premier Division South side.

A home clash with Fleetwood Town would have awaited the Robins in round two.