KABBA Jack bagged the only goal of the game as Bashley booked their place in the final of the Bournemouth Senior Cup with a hard-earned win over Downton on Tuesday.

Striker Jack settled the tie in favour of the hosts when he netted with a finely-taken individual strike after 32 minutes at Bashley Road.

Teed up by Sam Jackson, the frontman made space for himself before rifling an unstoppable drive past Downton goalkeeper Stevan Jones.

Earlier, Robins stopper Jones had been both villain and hero after upending Lewis Ross to concede a penalty.

And although Ross rarely misses from the spot, Jones managed to push his effort on to the post before the ball rolled across the line and into the goalkeeper's grateful hands.

Jones came to Downton's rescue by pulling off a series of top-drawer saves, while Bash withstood a barrage of late pressure to preserve their narrow advantage.

Brockenhurst host Lymington Town in the quarter-final on Tuesday with Verwood having already secured their place in the last four.

Charlie Willett's double and a goal from Sam House proved in vain as Lymington Town exited the Russell-Cotes Cup at the hands of AFC Stoneham at the HP Arena.

Goals from Sergio Caballero, Will Harris and Alex Welch saw the hosts stage a late comeback to make it 3-3 before they prevailed 4-2 on penalties.

Brockenhurst bowed out of the Southampton Senior Cup after suffering penalty shootout heartbreak against Sholing at the Meadens Skoda Arena.

Noel McCarthy-Gardiner's 62nd-minute strike added to a first-half own goal as the Badgers forged into a 2-0 lead.

But they were pegged by efforts from Dan Mason and Barry Mason in the closing nine minutes before going down 3-2 in the shootout.