Hat-trick hero has Bobcats through
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.