TADLEY Tigers visited O'Neill's of Winchester in the North Hants Senior Cup on Sunday.

Tigers created early chances, Luke Yelland, hit the post, Ollie Hunt, dragged a shot wide, Connor Stewart, just failed with a 30-yard half volley off the underside of crossbar, and three chances cleared off the line.

After switching ends, Tadley had more chances but Yelland couldn’t beat the O’Neil’s goalkeeper, their best player.

With three minutes to go, Stewart drilled a diagonal to the far post, Charlie Saunders headed to Yelland to volley home a 0-1 winner.

Brookvale United dominated the first half of their Andover Presidents Cup tie against visitors Abbots Ann Eagles, 1-0 at half-time by Ash Peck, assisted by Sam Trodd's cross.

Vale missed chances, Trodd hit the bar and Sam Mosdell blasted over from close range.

Eagles were denied a first half penalty. In the second period Eagles equalised early then took the lead 2-1 with a header past Dean Munkley in goal.

A third from long range set Brookvale back to 3-1 but Adam Aimable pulled one back with 20 minutes left to make it 3-2.

Vale pressed for an equaliser, George Sainsbury struck the top of the bar, Aimable fired just wide, and debutant Steve Clarke's header from a long Aimable throw was denied by a possible handball at the end.

Republic of Chineham revenged a recent defeat against rivals Bramley United with a 3-1 cup win.

Connor Dawber scrambled home a corner and Kuodos made a wonder save to keep the score 1-0 at half-time. George Jones netted from 25 yards and converted a penalty for a 3-0 lead before Bramley scored a late consolation.

AFC Basing lost their Bernard Cornish Cup tie 3-1 at AFC Corinthians, Matt Kelly striking a consolation.

Chineham Cavaliers faired well at home with a 5-0 win over Kings Worthy, Sushant Magar scored twice, with Bailey Roffey, Ben Saunders and Matthew Heslin one each.

AFC Laarsens conceded after only two minutes at Chineham Reserves, and lost their goalkeeper on 17 minutes.

Laarsens' 10 men surprisingly started to dominate possession.

Myles Englefield levelled, slotting away a superb cross from Laith Aldoori, then Samie Aldoori neatly backheeled Matty Wilson through on goal for a 2-1 lead.

Chineham levelled with a controversial goal after stand-in keeper Dan Bloma was fouled in the build-up.

Bloma later made a superb save to remain level.

Laarsens' winner, with 20 minutes left, Englefield completed his brace from another Samie Aldoori backheel, with Laarsens hanging on against the odds.

Overton United were beaten 7-3 by Camrose Social, with goals from a Chris Waller hat-trick, Matthew Foreman brace, a wonder chip by captain George Martin, and the best goal by Ian Jones.

Shallow End started on the front foot, with a great move Callum Elson fired home after a long ball from Taku Hwehwe to lead South Ham Saints 1-0 at half-time.

Shortly, after the break Basingstoke Saint equalised and created good chances.

Hwehwe got his second assist, playing Liam Rump through to round the goalkeeper and slot home their first winner of the season.

New Park Rangers travelled to Sportsmen in Winchester. Sportsman started strongly, forcing three good saves from goalkeeper Chris Harrison and struck the bar from distance on 20 minutes.

Rangers changed formation and worked several good chances. In the second half Jonnie Ray scored from a Dylan Bardell corner early on, then waited until 15 minutes from the end when Simon Harrison crossed for Joe Hodge to net the winner.

Man of the match Chris Harrison dealt with late free-kicks to maintain a two-goal win.

Basingstoke Saints endured a crazy game at Worthys in Kings Worthy, after a patched-up side Saints created many chances and should have been out of sight by half-time instead of a 2-1 lead.

Saints losing Louis Woodman to a knee injury, early in the second half, changed the dynamics, going 5-3 and 6-4 down.

Saints pulled back to 6-5 but time ran out. Goals from Liam James and Ellis Wyles braces and Jake Rudge.

In a Division One game, Tom Lucas gave North Warnborough a 1-0 lead at Team FC.

Mitch Taylor played in Mark Frost cross to James Tennant to slot into the bottom right corner for 1-1. Tennant curled a free kick off the post, with Taylor netting the rebound for his fifth goal in five games.

With an assisting wind in the second half, Team's long ball dominated the game.

Jamie Hope won a one-on-one for 3-1, then Tennant beat his marker and whipped in a cross for Hope to volley from six-yards out, netting his fifth of the season.

North Warnborough pressed, but Taylor pick pocketed a midfielder to play into Frost's path for his second and a 6-1 victory.

This Sunday's fixtures: Hampshire Intermediate Cup Rd 2: Bramley Utd v Rep of Chineham, Chineham v Tadley Calleva U21, Eastrop Eagles v Rising Sun, Hale Athletic v Tadley Tigers, O'Neill's v North Warnborough, Soldiers Return v Charlton Royals.

Hampshire Junior A Cup rd 2: AFC Laarsens v Vernham Royals, Aldershot Park Elite v Chineham Res, Basingstoke Saints v AFC Basing, Overton Utd v Morley Road Academicals.

Andover Presidents Cup Rd 1: Mucky Dick v Hampshire Irons.

Division 1: Brookvale v Team FC.

Division 2: Chineham Cavaliers v South Ham Saints.