Newport Isle of Wight midfielder Gareth Keeping got one over on his dad Nick in a 5-1 Hampshire Senior Cup second-round win at Lymington Town last night.

Keeping Junior scored the Islanders' second goal from the penalty spot to help sink the Hampshire League club where his father is chairman.

Ashley Wright opened Newport's account with the goal of the game, turning and shooting home from 20 yards. Keeping's penalty came after Glenn Howes had been brought down and then Jamie O'Rourke ran onto a ball over the top to streak away for Islanders' third.

Danny Hatcher netted his first goal for the club with a penalty awarded for handball and Simon Pilcher's bullet header set the seal on victory before Lymington replied with the last kick of the game.

"I tinkered with the formation and we played very well," said Newport boss Steve Tate. "Alex Perry had a good game wide on the right and I played a lot of people in different positions."

Havant & Waterlooville launched a second-half goal blitz at Blackfield & Langley where they triumphed 5-0 despite an outstanding display from the Watersiders' keeper Paul Bowers.