BLACKFIELD & Langley’s FA Vase dream is over.

The Watersiders lost tonight's replay 2-1 at Bracknell Town, missing out on the chance to join Hamble Club in the last 16.

The damage was done in the opening half-hour with TJ Bohane firing the Robins into a tenth minute lead before Seb Bowerman doubled it from the penalty spot.

Joe Grant hit the Blackfield woodwork a couple of minutes later and it wasn’t until Franklyn Clarke converted an 81st-minute penalty that the Watersiders began piling on the pressure.

Unfortunately, it was too little too late for Glenn Howes’ men.

It was bad news too for AFC Totton who lost 3-0 at home by Paulton Rovers – their fourth game without a win in the Evo-Stik South West.

The Stags welcomed back 17-year-old midfielder Matt Bozier on another loan from Aldershot Town, but nothing went right on the night.

Alfy Whittingham had a 24th-minute penalty saved by Paulton keeper Andrew Hannah, who could consider himself lucky to still be on the pitch after taking out Craig Feeney.

To rub salt in Totton’s wounds, goals by Josh Cann (34 mins) and Jack Ball (45 mins) sent the visitors in 2-0 up at the break.

It needed a breathtaking save by Shane Murphy, quickly followed by the post, to keep Paulton at bay, but Rovers’ third goal eventually arrived courtesy of a 35-yard screamer from Dale Evans.

Dynamic duo Nathan Lynch and Nick Watts were again on the scoresheet as Vase heroes Hamble Club booked a quarter-final trip to Fawley in the Sydenhams League Cup. Geoff Dunn replied in Alresford Town’s 2-1 defeat.

In the Russell Cotes Cup quarter-finals, Sholing exited 2-0 at Fareham (Robbie Pittman, Josh Holmes), while Andover Town steamrollered Paulsgrove 7-1 through Jay Silver (3), Mike Gosney (2), Reece Rusher and George Hallahan.

But the result of the night belonged to Wessex One outfit AFC Stoneham who won a 4-3 thriller at Premier Division AFC Porthester, who had just unveiled ex-Gosport boss Mick Catlin as their new joint manager alongside Ian Saunders.

Tom Hogan, Jack Brady. Matt Bainbridge and Scott Hills were on target for Stoneham, eclipsing efforts by Portchester's Bobby Scott (2) and Andy Todd.