AFC Basing played hosts in their weather-delayed Hampshire Sunday Vase tie against Woolton Hill Argyle Lions, going down 5-3 in a valiant effort, as Warren Clark, Callum Silcox and Brandon Wheeler netted for Basing.

Bramley United went behind twice in their home Andover Presidents Cup tie against Wyke Down Wanderers, who had their full squad out for the first time this season.

Wyke netting early in an evenly matched first half. Bramley's Nick Harris equalised with a low shot, but Wyke edged ahead 2-1 from a free-kick.

Adam Bartlett levelled for Bramley then, with 10 minutes to go, Tyrell Reid fired Bramley's winner into the bottom corner. Bramley are unbeaten in eight games.

Team FC were 3-0 winners against Republic of Chineham, while New Park Rangers went through after Andover Robins withdrew.

North Warnborough 2020 and visitors Basingstoke Saints started slowly their Bernard Cornish Cup quarter-final until Warnborough took control, scoring just before half-time.

Saints had a brighter second half and equalised with 20 minutes to go.

Both teams created extra time chances and Warnborough edged ahead before the break.

Saints dug deep and levelled again with four minutes to spare.

The first penalty on each side was saved but the hero of the shoot out was the Warnborough keeper, who saved Saints' second penalty.

Warnborough scored their next four, winning 4-3. Cameron Metcalfe and sub Sam Warner scored for North Warnborough 2020.

Ten goals were shared in the Division One match between Brookvale United and Chineham, with United blowing a 4-1 lead.

'Vale’s Ollie Owen lobbed the keeper on 20 minutes and Matt Armstrong volleyed home debutant Banica Oprea’s pinpoint cross on 25 minutes before Chineham replied, Sam Thrower heading in from Adam Amiable’s long throw five minutes before half-time.

Oprea rounded the goalkeeper early in the second half, once again put through by Amiable making it 4-1.

Then the visitors scored four times to lead 5-4 with five minutes remaining, one goal being a penalty from a controversial handball given against Tommy L’Heureux.

Brookvale's blushes were spared when Jack Clayton’s deflected free-kick was parried and top scorer Amiable pounced to smash home the rebound into the roof of the net.

Man of the Match was Terry Stent in the 'Vale goal, who made a string of top class saves.

Kieron Alleyne scored a brace for Chineham, Matthew Handcock a single and sub Charlie Hadfield another brace.

Eastrop Eagles won their Division Two games at Basingstoke Hammers 4-3 thanks to Nathan Bennis with two, Bobbi Frost and Joe Savage.

The game between Chineham Cavaliers and Camrose Social was decided by goals from Camrose's George Martin and Matthew Foreman.

It was an exceptionally physical long-ball match with Camrose worthy winners.

Chineham Reserves lost 3-1 to Overton United, with Alex Izzo netting for the hosts and Joshua Bromley, Ewan Westwood and Christopher Currie for Overton.

Hampshire Irons and Basingstoke Royals ended goalless, Irons are now unbeaten in four.

Bottom two sides in Division Three, Chineham Tigers against Hampshire Royals, started with both teams finding their feet early and enjoying equal possession, with Tigers the more dangerous, scoring four well worked goals before half-time.

The second half continued with Tigers scoring another four. Royals showed good fight and managed a Tom Bartlett consolation with five minutes left to make it 8-1.

Alex Dancer-Prosser scored four for Tigers, Alfie Gilsenan, Morgan Best and sub Nick Buddy, Tigers' first win in six games.

Callum Elson scored for FC Shallow End after 10 minutes, but visitors AFC Aldermaston earned a point drawing 1-1.

Hartley Sunday and Renegades battled it out on their first meeting.

Hartley dominated the first half and, without some decent saves by the Renegades' keeper the half time score could have been upwards of 5-0.

Hartley were denied a penalty after the referee could not see a handball through the goalmouth crowd.

Strong tackles from both teams added to some wayward passing. Hartley's Captain Elliot Miles-Kirkham scored for 1-0 at half-time.

The Hartley goalkeeper was busier after the break but not as busy as Renegades' custodian.

Play was more even with Renegades defending well but Johnie Gurney secured a 2-0 victory, fourth win in a row. The sides play the reverse fixture next week.

This Sunday's fixtures are Hampshire Vase Cup quarter-final: Kirkfield United v AFC Basing, Overton Utd v Lee Community Centre.

North Hants John Ward Cup semi-final: Basingstoke Saints v North Warnborough 2020.

Division 1: AFC Laarsens v New Park Rangers, Brookvale Utd v Team FC, Chineham v Bramley Utd, Rep of Chineham v Tadley Tigers.

Division 2: Chineham Cavaliers v Chineham Res, Eastrop Eagles v Camrose Social.

Division 3: AFC Aldermaston v Hampshire Royals, Kempshott v FC Shallow End, Renegades v Hartley Sunday.