GOALS from Jon Blake and Kyle Graham put Christchurch through to the fourth round of the FA Vase for just the third time in their history.

Ollie Cherrett’s men sealed a 2-1 success over South West Peninsula League outfit Falmouth Town at Hurn Bridge.

Victory scooped them £1,125 in prize money and set up a home showdown with either Lancing or Sutton Common Rovers on Saturday, January 11.

Elsewhere, Plymouth Parkway’s Jordan Copp came back to haunt Hamworthy United boss Tim Sills with a four-goal salvo at the County Ground.

Copp, who worked with Sills during their time at Weymouth, was the star of the show to condemn Hammers to a 4-1 defeat.

Ollie Davis scored what proved to be consolation for the Dorset club.

In Wessex Premier, Mitch Speechley-Price scored twice and Tom Sykes was also on target as Brockenhurst held leaders Alresford Town to a 3-3 draw.

A Harry bunce goal was not enough to stop Bashley going down 2-1 at Fareham. Lymington overcame Shaftesbury 3-0 thanks to goals from Ali Zintany, Dom Falco and Tyrone Carkeet.

Poppies’ struggles continued as they were beaten 4-1 at Horndean, despite a goal from Dan Brennan.

In Wessex One, Aaron Scott, Jack Cooper and Joe Petty struck for New Milton Town in their 3-1 success at Verwood, who replied through Lee Vint.

Ringwood Town drew 0-0 at home against Downton.

Poole Town tomorrow travel to Weymouth in the last eight of the Dorset Senior Cup, while Wimborne Town host Shaftesbury.

Verwood are at home to Bridport, while Hamworthy United make the trip to Dorchester Town (all 7.45pm).