DEBUTANT Dammy Bada bagged a dramatic extra-time winner to book 10-man Brockenhurst a place in the second round of the FA Vase for the first time in eight years.

Bada's effort saw the Badgers register a 2-1 victory over South West Peninsula Division One East leaders Crediton United at the Meadens Skoda Arena.

It also earned them £825 in prize money and set up a trip to Sydenhams Wessex Premier rivals Hamble Club in the third round on Saturday, November 11.

Brock, who plundered 10 goals in the two qualifying rounds, opened the scoring through Mark Barker before Kenny Ord's injury-time goal took the tie into extra-time.

Mitch Speechley-Price, hat-trick hero in qualifying wins against Shaftesbury and Godalming, was sent off after receiving a second yellow card 20 minutes from the end of normal time.

Meanwhile, Bashley exited 3-2 after extra-time at the hands of Western League Premier Division outfit Bridgwater Town at Bashley Road.

Lewis Ross gave Bash the lead from the penalty spot in the 54th minute, only for Sam Jackson to net an unfortunate own goal just two minutes later.

Syd Camper headed Bridgwater in front before Kabba Jack's 86th-minute strike took the tie into extra-time, with Harry Horton sealing victory for the visitors.

Wessex Premier high-fliers Lymington suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Combined Counties Premier Division strugglers Farnham.

Swanage Town & Herston's scheduled trip to Bodmin Town was postponed and rearranged for this Saturday. The winners will visit unbeaten South West Peninsula Premier Division leaders Plymouth Parkway.

Brandon Randall, Dan Cann and Edgar Zanin netted in Hamworthy United's 3-1 win at Alresford Town in Sydenhams Wessex Premier.

Victory at Arlebury Park brought to an end a run of three successive league defeats and saw Hammers leapfrog the Magpies into fifth place.

River Smith plundered a hat-trick in Ringwood Town's 4-2 win over Wessex One rivals Whitchurch United at Longmeadow. Taylor Leonard was also on target for Ringwood who climbed to fourth.

James Guthrie and Russ Dyer netted in Verwood's 3-2 defeat at the hands of fellow strugglers Folland Sports at Potterne Park, while New Milton went down 2-0 at Andover New Street.