Former Carlisle United defender David Raven helped minnows Marine dramatically reach the FA Cup Third Round.

Veteran Raven was involved as the non-league side beat Havant & Waterlooville in their televised Second Round clash.

Niall Cummins scored in the final moments of extra-time to earn a 1-0 win.

It sees Marine into Monday's Third Round draw, which could give 35-year-old Raven and his team-mates the chance to face Premier League opposition.

The result sparked jubilant scenes among Marine's players - some of whom got firmly into the spirit of celebration afterwards.

Goalkeeper Bayleigh Passant - whose 20th birthday fell today - was later seen emerging from a local Co-op still in his full kit and clutching a bag of alcoholic drinks.

Today's victory over National League South opponents saw the Merseyside club continue their cup run after a First Round shock win at League Two side Colchester.

Marine play in Northern Premier League Division One North West, the same division as Workington Reds.

Raven has spoken of his dream of a Third Round draw against Liverpool, the club where he started his career.

He joined Carlisle from the Anfield club in 2006 and made 154 appearances for the Cumbrians, scoring once, in a spell lasting until 2010.

Raven went on to play for Shrewsbury, Tranmere, Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Wrexham.

The former Blues right-back recently reflected on his time at Carlisle in an interview with The Athletic.

Raven described ex-boss Neil McDonald as "a bit of a head-banger but I liked him a lot; his training was really good."

He was a key member of the side that came close to League One promotion under John Ward in 2007/8, and said: “We had Joe Garner and Danny Graham up front as well as Richard Keogh in defence and Keiren Westwood in goal, boys who went on to have top careers. We should have got promoted.”