HAMWORTHY United booked their place in the next round of the FA Cup after overcoming Sydenhams Wessex Premier rivals Bemerton Heath Harlequins 4-1 at the County Ground.

Returning duo Nathan Walker and Steve Smith both found the net for Brendon King’s side as well as goals for Jamie Filkins and striker Mark Ford. Russell Jones was on target for the visitors.

Victory saw Hammers pocket £1,500 in prize money and earned them a home tie against Ascot United in the preliminary round on Saturday, August 19. Ascot progressed after hammering Ringwood Town 6-0.

Elsewhere, a 0-0 draw between Poppies and Knaphill means they will do battle again in a replay at Victoria Park on Tuesday (7.45pm) with the winners visiting Laverstock & Ford.

Bashley suffered a 4-2 home loss against Fareham Town at Bashley Road, earning the victors a trip to Salisbury.

The hosts took the lead through Raemur Henry before Fareham’s Lee McCombie equalised just a minute later.

Josh Holmes then gave the visitors a 2-1 lead on 18 minutes before Chris Lucas struck for Bash four minutes after the break to put the tie in the balance.

But Fareham found the net twice in the second half through Curt Robbins and Callum Laycock to send Bash crashing out.

A goal from substitute Luke Stone proved a mere consolation for Christchurch as they fell to a 5-1 defeat to AFC Portchester at Hurn Bridge.

Zach Glasspool and Adam Pearson were on target for Andover Town in their 2-0 win over Lymington Town at Fawcett's Field, earning them a home tie with Wimborne.