WESTFIELDS 0 LEAMINGTON 2
WESTFIELDS had their FA Cup dreams end for another season after Leamington scored twice on the stroke of full-time to secure their passage.
Substitute Colby Bishop headed what looked like a late winner for the Brakes before the hosts got caught on the break and conceded a penalty, which Rob Thompson-Brown slotted home.
The outcome could have been a different for the Midlands Premier hosts, who had a lucky break on 16 minutes. Marksman Richard Greaves looked to be offside as he advanced on goal before being brought down by Brakes goalkeeper Tony Breeden.
Leamington felt justice was done when skipper Breeden saved Craig Jones’ low spot-kick.
Brakes full-back James Mace came close to responding as his crosscum-shot from the wing rattled the bar.
The visitors dominated possession but almost left the match slip with five minutes left when Breeden came racing out of his goal, only to be disposed by Adeji Kingsford.
However, he regained the ball before Westfields could take advantage.
The Brakes then broke the hosts’ hearts on the stroke of full-time with Mace crossing to Colby Bishop to crash home.
In injury time centre-half Matt Sysum saw red for holding back Bishop in the box and Thompson-Brown made it 2-0 from the spot.