Fawley AFC pulled off a memorable Russell Cotes Cup giant-killing of Southern League Division One South side Bashley thanks to an early goal.
Ringwood Town began as pre-match favourites, but that counted for little when Newport fought back from a goal down to win at Beatrice Avenue.
Bashley dominated long spells of the game against Bishops Cleeve but had to settle for one point rather than the three they deserved.
Brockenhurst’s Mitchell Speechley-Price was inspirational in a victorious derby against a spirited Christchurch side last night (Tuesday).
AFC Totton’s five-game unbeaten run was brought to a halt after they could not find an equaliser at home to Hungerford Town.
AFC Totton smashed seven goals past Didcot Town to move three points off the play-off places.
After returning to form last week, Bashley was keen to keep up the momentum, but torrential rain robbed them of the chance to climb the table.
Bashley returned to winning ways against one of the league’s most in-form sides, Frome Town, who had won their last five league games on the bounce.
AFC Totton’s league match finished goalless, while in the Russell Cotes Cup, Brockenhurst, Hythe & Dibden, and Fawley AFC all won.
AFC Totton pushed hard for a late equaliser, but their FA Cup dreams ended in the final qualifying round against a well-drilled Ramsgate FC
Brockenhurst dominated from the opening whistle, earning their most impressive win of the season.
Bashley strolled into the next round of the Southampton Senior Cup with a comfortable win over Ringwood, while Brockenhurst were held to a draw.
Fawley AFC was wasteful in front of goal, costing them against a clinical Whitchurch United, who secured a three-goal victory.
Five local sides faced off in midweek cup action on Tuesday, with penalty shootout winners Hythe & Dibden and eight-goal Totton & Eling progressing.
Bashley completed a Jekyll and Hyde week with their worst performance so far, losing at home to Bristol Manor Farm.