WOKINGHAM & Emmbrook produced one of the shock results in the FA Vase by defeating Western League side Chipping Sodbury Town 2-1 in extra time at Lowther Road on Sunday.

In front of a crowd of 220, Jake White put them ahead in the opening half, only to be pegged back by Sam Makepeace's free-kick.

Sumas missed chances to sew things up in normal time, but their deserved winner came from substitute Elliott Rushforth, who hammered in a superb shot from the edge of the area.

They will host Thornbury Town, who play in the Division One West of the Hellenic League, in the next round over the weekend of September 13-15.

This coming Saturday, Wokingham are in Division One East action against Long Crendon at Oxford City's ground.

Ascot United looked set to book their place in the next round of the Vase when they held a three-goal lead at Fleet with nearly an hour gone, but the Wessex League side hit back to draw 3-3.

Louis Bouwers opened the scoring after 20 minutes and six minutes later Usman Lalustani bundled in the second goal with Ian Davies extending the lead in the 57th minute.

But shortly afterwards, a goal from Aaron Redmond triggered a Fleet recovery which saw Bouwers unluckily deflecting a block by keeper Sam Gray into his own net before Redmond made it 3-3 after 73 minutes.

Extra time failed to produce a winner and Ascot – who gave a debut to former Binfield captain James Knight – had to return to Fleet for a replay last night (Tuesday).

Another side to squander a three-goal advantage in the Vase were Sandhurst at Clanfield 85. Bradley Brown, Haydon Richardson and Grant Kemp all scored in the opening 35 minutes, but Carl Prestidge was then sent off and the Hellenic League side pulled two goals back before half-time. There was no stopping them in the second half and Clanfield went on to win 7-3 with Michael Durden netting a hat-trick.

Sandhurst, who were scheduled to host Cove last night (Tuesday), are home to FC Deportivo Galicia in Division One of the Combined Counties League next Saturday.

Eversley & California also bowed out of the FA Vase, losing 1-0 at Abingdon United, Henry Horton grabbing the winner eight minutes from time. This coming Saturday, they are home to Tooting Bec in the league.