December 2, 2012
Orient duo at the double
|Alfreton Town||Leyton Orient|
|22 Jon Stewart||16 Ryan Allsopp|
|6 Darren Kempson||4 Ben Chorley|
|17 Theo Streete||6 Mathieu Baudry|
|2 Josh Law||27 Alex Smith|
|3 Connor Franklin||21 Lee Cook|
|10 Daniel Bradley||22 Martin Rowlands|
|23 Ross Killock||7 Dean Cox|
|14 Danny Meadows||23 Lloyd James|
|11 Nathan Arnold||17 Moses Odubajo|
|9 Paul Clayton||9 Kevin Lisbie|
|21 Ben Tomlinson||39 David Mooney|
|1 Phillip Barnes||Jamie Jones 1|
|5 Adam Quinn||Scott Cuthbert 5|
|19 Simon Russell||Anthony Griffith 8|
|7 Anton Brown||Jimmy Smith 11|
|25 Danny Emerton||Leon McSweeney 2|
|8 Tom Denton||Michael Symes 10|
|20 Ashley Worsfold||Ryan Brunt 26|
|Tom Denton for Ben Tomlinson (82)||Jimmy Smith for Lee Cook (79)|
|Danny Emerton for Danny Meadows (90)||Scott Cuthbert for Alex Smith (87)|
|Ashley Worsfold for Paul Clayton (90)||Ryan Brunt for Kevin Lisbie (90)|
|Ben Tomlinson (46)||Ben Chorley (82)|
|· Squads: Alfreton Town | Leyton Orient|
David Mooney and Dean Cox proved the FA Cup heroes again for Leyton Orient as their doubles killed off Alfreton in a thrilling 4-2 victory.
Blue Square Bet Premier side Alfreton took the lead early on and laid siege to Orient's goal having pulled it back to 3-2 - striking woodwork four times in total - but the npower League One side clung on.
The hosts flew out of the blocks and were ahead on four minutes when top-scorer Paul Clayton fired under Ryan Allsop from 12 yards.
Ben Tomlinson then struck a post and Josh Law's deflected free-kick hit Allsop's bar as the non-league side dominated but Dean Cox levelled for Orient against the run of play on 25 minutes.
And on the half-hour mark the visitors were ahead when Lee Cook's corner was flicked on and Mooney - who scored the goal that broke Gloucester's resistance in the previous round - volleyed home.
Alfreton were shell-shocked and Mooney had his second just six minutes later, heading home Cook's left-wing cross.
On 52 minutes Alfreton pulled a goal back as Tomlinson scrambled home from close range and while the hosts peppered Allsop's goal - Law hitting the bar with another free-kick and Tomlinson from open play - Cox grabbed another late on.