EASTLEIGH and FA Vase heroes Hamble Club have missed out on a semi-final spot in the Hampshire FA Senior Cup.

The Spitfires exited 2-0 at home to AFC Bournemouth’s Under-21s, while Hamble were turned over 8-1 at National League South high-fliers Havant & Waterlooville.

A mixed Eastleigh side – including Academy debutant Matt Simm – conceded a goal in each half to the Cherries.

After Kyle Taylor had opened the scoring following a clever set-play, a bullet header by young Eastleigh defender Harvey Read was well pushed away by Bournemouth goalkeeper Mark Travers.

The Cherries struck again on 64 minutes when Mikael Ndjoli robbed Eastleigh of the ball and set up winger Keelan O’Connell to expertly find the bottom corner.

With Saturday’s FA Vase last-16 tie at Windsor at the forefront of their minds, Wessex underdogs Hamble Club rang the changes to face the might of three-leagues-higher Havant.

Lee Bradbury’s hosts powered 5-0 up by half-time with Matt Tubbs’ hat-trick sandwiched by goals from Alfie Rutherford and James Hayter.

Andy Robinson and Hayter made it 7-0 before Jason Prior – on as a second-half sub for Tubbs – extended the Hawks’ lead.

Jack McCarthy netted a late consolation goal for the Monks.

Bournemouth U21s and Havant & Waterlooville complete a semi-final line-up already graced by Winchester City and Blackfield & Langley.

Glenn Howes' Blackfield steamed through to another semi-final last night, this time in the Sydenhams League Cup.

The Watersiders swept Hamworthy United aside 5-0 at Gang Warily thanks to Sam Griffin (2), Liam Robinson (2) and Rudy Plummer.

There were goals galore too at The Sports Ground where Lymington Town crushed Netley Central Sports 6-1 to book a semi-final date with Saints Under-23s in the Southampton Senior Cup.

While all the cup action was going on, Andover Town seized the chance to pull 15 points clear at the Sydenhams Premier summit with a 2-0 home victory over Horndean. George Hallahan scored both goals.

Fifth-placed Alresford followed up Saturday’s win over Baffins Milton Rovers with a 3-0 success over Newport IW at Arlebury Park. Sam Burt, Dave Ompreon and Adam Cripps did the business for the Magpies.

There was desperate disappointment for AFC Totton, beaten 3-2 at home by Bideford AFC in the Evo-Stik South West.

The Stags got off to a calamitous start, falling 2-0 down inside six minutes to goals by Ben Seymour and Ben Carter.

But once Jack Smith had turned in Jack Masteron’s corner for 2-1, a host of chances came Totton’s way with Charlie Gunson and Toby Adekunle denied by keeper Steve Oliver, Tony Lee heading wide and Craig Feeney’s deflected effort going just off target.

They finally made one count on the brink of half-time when Dave Allen’s ball over the top picked out Feeney who squared for Adekunle to finish.

Feeney clattered the post with a cracking effort from 30 yards on the hour mark before Kevin Squire headed Bideford back in front against the run of play.

Totton had the chance to level when Lee was brought down in the area, but Gunson’s penalty struck the bar.

To add insult to injury, the Stags had Allen red-carded for a second bookable offence nine minutes from time.

The result drops Totton to seventh.