HAMWORTHY United's FA Vase journey came to an end with a surprise 2-1 defeat at Clapton.

Hammers, who sit top of Wessex Premier, were in action for the first time in more than a month and could not follow up on their win over Ilfracombe Town in the previous round.

Daniel Emovon put Clapton ahead in the first half with matters going from bad to worse for the visitors when Max Buckler was sent off for a poor challenge on Emovon.

Despite being a man short, Hamworthy equalised through Cameron Munn with 13 minutes to play.

However, up popped Eleftherios Metso to notch a late winner and move Clapton into the third round for the first time in the club's history.

They will be joined by Brockenhurst, who saw off Street in a penalty shootout at Grigg Lane.

The game was moved from Saturday to Sunday due to a waterlogged pitch.

All four goals of the 2-2 draw came in the first half with Patrick Wilson and Adam Grange netting for the hosts.

The contest went all the way to penalties, where Brock triumphed 5-3 in front of more than 100 fans, with Toby Bailey netting the winning spot-kick.

In Wessex One, Ringwood Town drew 1-1 at East Cowes Victoria thanks to a Ryan Osman goal.