HAMWORTHY United set up an FA Vase fourth-round clash against Glebe after overcoming Royal Wootton Bassett Town 3-1 in Wiltshire.

Hammers were without boss Tim Sills for the trip to face the Hellenic Premier outfit, with assistant Chris Senior taking the reins.

And his side almost fell behind early on, Matt Bennett firing wide when one-on-one with keeper Shane Murphy.

But they did get in front on 23 minutes when Bennett's shot was tipped onto the post by Murphy, with Tom Ouldridge on hand to turn the rebound in past Tony Rolls on the line.

Murphy kept the score down to one, allowing Hamworthy to get back on level terms by half-time with Max Wilcock's shot finding its way in.

Hammers improved after the restart and took the lead on 56 minutes with Jack Lovell powering home a header.

Murphy was again called into action to deny Bennett, before the visitors went 3-1 up with Eddie Hodge's free-kick evading everyone in the centre and finding the net.

Hamworthy are now due to face Bromley-based Glebe at the County Ground on January 15, after Glebe knocked out Beckenham Town at the weekend.

Brockenhurst also booked their spot in round four for the first time in 15 years, defeating Street on penalties.

The Badgers drew 1-1 in Somerset with Christie Ward on target, before progressing 3-2 on spot-kicks after Harry Foster's equaliser.

Substitute trio Mitchell Speechley-Price, Lyle Simpson and Joseph Chamberlain all scored from 12 yards, with goalkeeper James Mayo making a decisive save.

They will host fellow Wessex League outfit New Milton in the next round.

New Milton moved into the last 32, also progressing on penalties.

Following a goalless draw at home against Keynsham Town, successful spot-kicks from Ashley Booker, Elliott Pearce-Eavis, Luke Stone and Charles Turner sent the Linnets through 4-2 on spot-kicks.

Bashley exited the competition, losing 2-1 at Bridgwater Town, despite a Harry Bunce strike.

Winning clubs in the fourth round will receive £1,875.