AFC TOTTON laid down an impressive marker in the fight for promotion with a three-goal demolition of league leaders Frome Town.
A WONDER-goal from Christine Ward and a jaw-dropping save from James Mayo preceded a 3-2 on shootout win to move Brockenhurst into the next round.
BLACKFIELD & Langley struck twice late in the second half against a US Portsmouth side who finished the match with just eight players on the pitch.
New Milton Town overcame an overly-physical and ill-tempered Keynsham Town courtesy of a 4-3 shootout victory to move into the FA Vase next round.
SWAY'S Joshua Brangan has come second at the recent GB Rowing Team trials before earning a place at Harvard University.
LYMINGTON Town overcame a determined Fleet Town to move into the next round of the Hampshire Senior Cup with a controlled 3-1 victory.
NEW Milton defeated local rivals Ellingham & Ringwood in a thrilling match which saw the lead change multiple times before a late match-winning try.
Pat McManus' Brockenhurst side returned to the top of the Wessex Premier table with a dominant 4-1 home victory over US Portsmouth.
CHRISTCHURCH'S Tyler Forbes struck twice in the second-half to cancel out Hythe & Dibden's equaliser and lift his side clear of the relegation zone.
ELLINGHAM & Ringwood’s women continued their unbeaten start with a strong away performance and a 34-5 win at Amesbury in Wiltshire.
LYMINGTON Town were minutes away from progressing to the quarter-final until a contentious last-minute penalty.
AFC TOTTON pulled off a shock 5-0 victory over Concord Rangers to reach the FA Trophy third round for the first time.
HYTHE & Dibden picked up their first Wessex Premier league win at the 23rd attempt in stunning style, demolishing Amesbury Town by eight goals.
FORMER Bashley Cricket Club all-rounder Scott Currie has signed his first professional contract with Hampshire Cricket after a breakthrough summer.
SIX local sides featured in midweek Wessex League, with Brockenhurst keeping their title hopes alive and New Milton beating local rivals Ringwood.
LYMINGTON Town picked up all three points with a 3-2 victory over strugglers Barnstaple Town, whose late fightback faltered.
NEW Milton pulled away with three goals in added time to see off dogged Cornish side Wendron United and move into the next round of the FA Vase.
BROCKENHURST marked manager Patrick McManus' 400th game in charge with a resounding win over Gloucestershire-based Brimscombe & Thrupp.
BURGATE’S Poppy Cleall, who learned to play rugby at Ellingham & Ringwood, has been nominated for the World Rugby Player of the Year award.
A TACTICAL switch from manager Dan Sackman, which allowed Jordan Ngalo to roam forward, unlocked the Melksham defence to clinch the win.