It was a successful night for clubs from Great Britain and Ireland in the European Conference League on Thursday, with Hibernian, Aberdeen, New Saints, Bohemian, Dundalk and Linfield advancing to the third round of qualifying, with the only British or Irish Konah Kwai Nomads team advancing. The club to be eliminated. The Hibs reached Andorra 3-0 from the first leg at Easter Road but trailed Santa Coloma, before quick responses from Jamie Murphy and Daniel Mackay for a 2-1 win on the night and a 5-1 win on aggregate. The second side of the Scottish Premier League through. Dons made a healthy 5-1 lead from the first leg in Petódry against PK Haken and took the lead despite the 2-0 defeat in Sweden. Photo: Jimmy Murphy celebrates a 1-1 win, injury-time winner Will Buching sent Dundalk in dramatic fashion with Estonian league leaders Livadia Tallinn. With the tie tied at 2-2 from last week’s first leg in Tellaght, Lillywhites slipped back but David Macmillan equalized before Patching secured their pass thanks to a shot from the edge of the penalty area. Irish Premier League rivals Bohemians followed Dundalk with a 3-0 and 4-0 aggregate win against F91 Dudelange. Robert Cornwall and Georgie Kelly scored the two goals at Dalymount Park. A goalless draw in Bosnia was enough for Linfield as they edged Burak Banja Luka 4-0 on aggregate. The New Saints scored the biggest aggregate win in Europe with another emphatic victory over Kauno Zalgiris. The Saints took a 5-0 lead from the first leg in Lithuania 10-1 thanks to other goals from Danny Redmond, Louis Robles (2), Declan McManus and Danny Davies. The Saints’ premier rival in the next round, despite winning over Pristina at night. Jimmy Insal (2), George Horan and Callum Morris were on the scoresheet but last week’s loss in Kosovo proved to be a very daunting task, and elsewhere there were some shocking results as AEK Athena, Bate Borisov and Steaua Bucharest were eliminated. EK and Stewa were eliminated on penalties, by Velez Mostar and Shakhter Karagandy respectively, while Dinamo Batumi’s 4-1 win in Batumi saw them lead 4-2 on aggregate.