KARL Marginson was delighted to pass another milestone with FC United as the club reached its first cup semi-final.
The Rebels have struggled to make a mark in knockout competitions but eased past Silsden 3-0 to set up a real chance of a league and cup double.
FC United have been drawn away in every round of the NW Counties League Challenge Cup but the fans may not have far to travel if they can beat Congleton in a two-legged semi for a possible final at Gigg Lane.
The FC United supporters wrote another entry in the record books by swelling the crowd at Keighley's Cougar Park to 1,564 - more than doubling Silsden's previous biggest home attendance.
The Yorkshiremen ran out of programmes before kick-off and ran out of hope by half-time.
Josh Howard, Simon Carden and Rory Patterson netted for the Rebels in an eight-minute purple patch in the first half that left Silsden helpless.
Manager Marginson said: "We were a bit sloppy after half-time but I couldn't believe some of the decisions. I was looking around for the instant replay!
"The pitch didn't help either but that is what you get at this level of football."