Full marks to Academy as run goes on
FA VASE REVIEW
Bristol Academy's adventure in the FA Vase continued as they held their nerve to win their second qualifying round penalty shoot-out at Hampshire side Whitchurch.
The Filton outfit triumphed 4-2 on penalties following a 3-3 draw after extra-time.
A free-kick from Paralympics GB man Ibrahima Diallo and a Jake Jackson penalty twice put the Academy ahead during the first period, but the hosts equalised on both occasions.
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Despite having a man sent off on the hour mark, Whitchurch went ahead in extra-time, only for Jackson to convert a second penalty.
His composure from 12 yards was matched by his team-mates, with Diallo netting the winning spot-kick.
Elsewhere, Cadbury Heath went through with a 2-1 home victory over Roman Glass St George, Matt Huxley and Sacha Tong striking early goals for the hosts.
Brislington progressed with a 1-0 win at home to Hengrove, while Longwell Green beat visiting Cowes Sports 2-0.
Bishop Sutton were beaten 3-1 at St Blazey, the hosts' Seb Broomfield and Lewis Coombes both scoring inside the opening 15 minutes.
Kyle Shallcross quickly pulled a goal back for the visitors, but Broomfield notched his second goal before half-time to complete the scoring.
Welton are also out following their 3-0 defeat at Bovey Tracey, Hayden Roe giving the Devon side a half-time lead before Jared Lewington scored a brace.
Winterbourne exited the competition 3-0 at home to GE Hamble, Richard Gregory scoring twice and Jamie Musselwhite once as all the goals came after the break.
Ashton & Backwell went down 1-0 at St Austell as Will Tinsley hit the only goal in extra-time, while Bristol Manor Farm lost 3-2 at Blackfield & Langley.
Odd Down went through in style, thumping visiting Cullompton 8-1 with brothers Kye and Troy Simpson both netting hat-tricks.
Street progressed with a 5-0 home win over Gillingham, Westbury beat visiting Romsey 4-1 and Calne triumphed 3-0 at Fleet Spurs.
Three other Toolstation League sides made it through, Sherborne winning 3-0 at Bridport; Barnstaple beating Wellington 2-1 after extra-time; and Buckland thrashing Porthleven 7-1.
Bradford, however, are out after losing 2-1 at home to Downton; Melksham went down 4-3 at Horndean; and Radstock slipped to a 2-1 reverse against visiting Saltash.
Warminster were thumped 4-0 at home to Petersfield, Minehead suffered the same fate against Bodmin and Wells lost 1-0 at home to Exmouth.
Cheltenham Saracens won 4-0 at fellow Hellenic League side Shrivenham, but Lydney were walloped 6-0 at Newbury.