Buildbase FA Vase - second round
Sholing FC 2, Wellington AFC 1

BYRON Mason's late, late winner broke Wellington's hearts and sent Sholing into the third round of the FA Vase.

The visitors had put in a brave performance as underdogs in Hampshire, as Connor Pengelly had a header cleared off the line and Ian Bellinger saw a shot saved.

And they took the lead seven minutes before half time, when Pengelly was left unmarked at a corner to powerfully head home.

The home side were greatly improved after the break, but even so Wellington held out until the 69th minute, when Owen Royl's cross-shot deceived keeper Tom Welch and found the net.

The visitors were clinging on now, but looked to have forced extra time until Mason popped up to head in the deciding goal.

Wellington are in cup action again next Saturday, as they host Westbury United in the Les Phillips Cup first round (ko 3pm).

Wellington AFC: Tom Welch, Tim Legg, George Painter, Tom Ellis (c), Joe Chamberlain, Glenn Wright, Sam Towler, Jack Bryant (Jack Porter 81), Conor Pengelly (Mitchell Woodgate 55), Ian Bellinger, Connor Bryant. Sub not used: Sam Bryant.


Toolstation Western League
First Division
Bishops Lydeard 1, Warminster Town 0

A LAST-MINUTE goal from substitute Charlie Wilson moved Bishops Lydeard up to 11th spot in the First Division table after they saw off visitors Warminster Town.

His super finish in the 90th minute finally ended the resistance of 18th-placed Warminster.

Lydeard's next outing is at home to Portishead Town in the Les Phillips Cup first round, next Saturday (ko 3pm).


Somerset County League
Premier & Division 1 Cup - second round
Staplegrove 2, Ilminster Town 3

STAPLEGROVE exited the Premier & Division 1 Cup at the hands of divisional rivals Ilminster Town on Saturday.

Goals for Charlie Rutter, Taylor Jefferson and Bradley Miles won the day for Ilminster.

This coming Saturday, Grove return to league action with an away match at Fry Club (ko 2.30pm).


Somerset County League
Division 1 West
Minehead AFC 3, Portishead Town Reserves 2

MINEHEAD AFC gave themselves a much-needed morale boost and arrested their slide down the Division 1 West table by beating high-flying Portishead Town Reserves.

The Blues' goals came from Mike Mullen, Stefan Phillips and Guy Burns.

Next Saturday sees Minehead go to Weston St Johns (ko 2.30pm).