POOLE Town sealed a third successive Southern League South victory thanks to a late Jamie Whisken header at Hayes & Yeading United.

In a first meeting of the sides since Dolphins lost to Hayes in the FA Cup back in October, Poole led midway through the first half when Sam Jackson's cross was turned in by a home defender.

Manny Duku equalised on the stroke of half-time, but was then sent off after the restart for a second bookable offence.

Tom Killick's side took full advantage of the extra man, grabbing a 2-1 win with six minutes to play as Whisken guided in a Corby Moore free-kick.

Poole sit seventh in the table, five points off a play-off spot with three games in hand.

Elsewhere, Verwood Town's fairytale run in the Dorset Senior Cup was brought to an abrupt halt by Weymouth.

The Potters, who are struggling down in 15th in Wessex One, had already thrashed Swanage Town & Herston before stunning Bridport to set up the semi-final showdown with the Terras.

But after the fixture was switched to be played at Bob Lucas Stadium due to waterlogging at Potterne Park, the National League South side, ranked 74 places above their opponents in the league pyramid, cruised to a 5-0 win.

Pat Suraci struck twice for Mark Molesley's men, while Josh Wakefield, Brett Williams and Charlie Medway were also on target to book a showdown with Dorchester Town in the final.

Bashley were also unable to produce a shock, losing 3-1 at home to Eastleigh in the Hampshire Senior Cup.

A Conor Whiteley penalty cancelled out an early Jack McKnight strike to send the game into the break level.

But McKnight netted from the spot himself to put the visitors back ahead before Tom Bearwish sealed the win.

Toby Bailey's spectacular strike saw Brockenhurst book their place in the Bournemouth Senior Cup final with a 2-1 win at Lymington Town.

Sam House put Lymo ahead after just two minutes, but Mitchell Speechley-Price levelled the tie on the hour mark.

Brock had the chance to go in front from the penalty spot, but Ross Casey denied Jude Nwachukwu, however deep into stoppage time, Bailey volleyed in from 25 yards to secure victory.

Their final opponents remain unclear. Downton defeated Hamworthy United 2-1 in the last four, despite Fawzi Saadi's strike, but Hammers announced via Twitter "there is a need for clarification from the cup organisers" regarding Downton potentially fielding a cup-tied player.

In Wessex One, New Milton Town were thrashed 6-0 at home by Andover New Street, while Ringwood Town earned a 1-1 draw at Romsey Town.