SIX local sides featured in midweek Wessex League, with Brockenhurst keeping their title hopes alive and New Milton beating local rivals Ringwood.
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.
A TACTICAL switch from manager Dan Sackman, which allowed Jordan Ngalo to roam forward, unlocked the Melksham defence to clinch the win.
LYMINGTON Town picked up a superb point against a dangerous Cirencester Town, who sit third in the table and have lost only once all season.
BLACKFIELD & Langley blasted six goals past Cowes Sports, with Rafa Ramos coming off the bench to score a 20 minute hat-trick.
AFC Totton beat Frome Town on penalties to advance to the FA Trophy second round for the first time in a match which saw three red cards issued.
AFC Totton lost ground to the top of the table after slipping to a 3-3 draw as Evesham United scored an equaliser with just a minute of play left.
BASHLEY took a well-earned point against unbeaten Hamworthy United in a thrilling, full-blooded attacking contest that had everything except goals.
HYTHE & Dibden ended an 18-match losing streak with a well-earned point against Brockenhurst, who went into the match on top of the league table.
LYMINGTON Town's Freddie Bullard scored a late winner to knock local rivals AFC Totton out of the League Challenge Cup at the Snows Stadium.
IT WAS a challenging round of midweek fixtures for local Wessex League sides, with only Ringwood Town and Totton & Eling avoiding defeat.
LYMINGTON secured a three-goal win over Mangotsfield United to move 11th in the table thanks to goals from Freddie Bullard and Ben Satterley.
AFC Totton ruined Glenn Howes' homecoming with a two-goal win over his new side, Dorchester Town.
AFC TOTTON's manager and assistant manager Glenn Howes and James Wood have left the club to join Dorchester Town.
In other action, Ringwood Town beat Bemerton Heath, Christchurch drew with Bournemouth Poppies and Blackfield & Langley hammered Hythe & Dibden
NEW Milton Town moved into the next round of the FA Vase after upsetting Bitton, who play higher in the football pyramid, 4-2 away from home.