Hat-trick hero has Bob­cats through

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Brad­ford Town re­turned to the FA Vase with an em­phatic 4-0 win at Brock­en­hurst. They were 1-0 up at the in­ter­val through Will Hail­stone, who would go on to com­plete his hat-trick in the fi­nal minute. Dan Cot­tle also scored for the Bob­cats, who will host Baffins Mil­ton Rovers in the third round on De­cem­ber 1. ■ South­ern League Larkhall Ath­letic main­tained their un­beaten away record in Di­vi­sion 1 South with a Sun­day af­ter­noon draw at Eve­sham United. Jack Dancey was the hero for Larks, as he net­ted an 88th-minute equaliser to earn his side a point in Worces­ter­shire. Eve­sham had gone ahead be­fore the break, when a Will Tun­ni­cliff strike de­flected up and over Ath­letic shot-stop­per Shaun Sem­mens. They re­turn home this week­end for a Plain Ham match-up against Black­field & Lan­g­ley. ■ TOOL­STA­TION League Odd Down showed bot­tom side Short­wood United, still with­out a point, no mercy in a 4-1 away win. Ol­lie Webb opened the scor­ing on 35 min­utes, though Short­wood lev­elled early in the sec­ond half. How­ever, Down went on to rat­tle in three more, as two Josh Mor­gan­williams strikes sand­wiched a Bran­don Ben­jamin ef­fort, all in the space of 12 min­utes. Tom Knighton, Michael Grist and James Ol­lis scored for Keyn­sham Town, who beat Warmin­ster Town in Di­vi­sion 1. Cor­sham Town were beaten 3-2 at home by Wells City. Two goals be­hind, Ben Wick­ens nod­ded in a Dan King cross for Cor­sham, only for Wells to grab their third. There was still time for Josh Bright to pull an­other back for the hosts, but they could not draw level. ■ Som­er­set League Di­vi­sion 1 side Tims­bury Ath­letic up­set the odds to knock reign­ing Som­er­set Se­nior Cup cham­pi­ons Nailsea & Tick­en­ham out at the third round hur­dle. Jem Lut­wama scored twice for Ath­letic, who held out af­ter Nailsea had pulled one back. Liam Crispin and sub­sti­tute Har­ri­son John­stone both scored for fel­low Di­vi­sion 1 side Keyn­sham Town Re­serves, who won 2-0 at Burn­ham United in the league. Salt­ford, how­ever, were beaten 2-1 at Nailsea & Tick­en­ham Re­serves de­spite a Scott Wil­son goal. In the Pre­mier Di­vi­sion, lead­ers Fry Club drew 1-1 at Ilmin­ster Town with a Nick Wal­ters goal, but Odd Down Re­serves lost 1-0 to Nailsea United. Pease­down Min­ers Wel­fare won 4-2 against Portishead Town Re­serves in Di­vi­sion 2, while Fry Club Re­serves moved off the bot­tom with a 3-1 vic­tory against AFC Brislington. Scott Hy­nam scored and saw red as Tun­ley Ath­letic were well beaten 6-1 at Dray­cott in the Third Di­vi­sion. Cor­sham Town Re­serves were elim­i­nated from the Wilt­shire League’s Foun­tain Tro­phy Se­nior Cup 7-6 on penal­ties fol­low­ing a six-goal draw against Shrew­ton United. ■ women’s na­tional A four­goal burst saw South West Di­vi­sion 1 lead­ers Keyn­sham Town Re­serves best bot­tom side Maiden­head United 5-2. Kerry Bartlett scored for the Lady Ks just seven min­utes into the match, but it was Maiden­head that went in 2-1 up at the in­ter­val. Laura Wil­liams lev­elled the match on 70 min­utes, with sub­sti­tute Corinne Yorston scor­ing a minute later for the lead for Keyn­sham. Fel­low sub Keka Vega made it three goals in four min­utes, be­fore go­ing on to add a sec­ond in the clos­ing stages. Larkhall Ath­letic Ladies fin­ished goal­less on their trip to Swin­don Town.

PIC­TURE: Paul Gillis

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