BROCKENHURST bowed out of the FA Vase in dramatic fashion following a nine-goal extra-time thriller at Hamble Club.

Goals from Mark Barker, Ronan Moore and Mitchell Speechley-Price meant the Badgers were locked at 3-3 with their Sydenhams Wessex Premier counterparts after 90 minutes.

And despite another goal from Barker in extra time, the visitors succumbed to a 5-4 defeat in the second-round clash.

Liam Crook, Ben Kemplen, Doug Rowe and substitutes Nathan Lynch and Nicholas Watts found the net for hosts Hamble.

In Wessex Premier, goals from Steve Smith and Nathan Walker were not enough for Hamworthy United as they fell to a 3-2 defeat at Cowes Sports.

Calum Chase, Connor Furmidge and John McKie were on target for the hosts, meaning Hammers have lost their past four games.

Bashley suffered their ninth league defeat of the campaign as they were beaten 5-0 at Alresford Town.

A brace from Ben White along with goals from Adam Pearson, Chris Mason and Aaron Blaxall gave the hosts a comfortable triumph.

Jake King and Dylan Knight both scored as Lymington Town beat Southampton League Senior One outfit Priory Rovers 2-1 in the third round of the Southampton Senior Cup.

Poppies’ scheduled league encounter at Shaftesbury was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

In Wessex One, Ringwood Town suffered a heavy 5-0 home defeat to third-placed Tadley Calleva.

Sam Hamilton struck a double, while Brett Denham, Daryll Phillips and Scott Kinge also scored for the visitors.

Steve Flynn found the net for New Milton Town in their 1-1 draw at home against East Cowes Victoria.

A waterlogged pitch meant Verwood Town’s away clash with Fawley was called off.