LAVERSTOCK and Ford's reward for the their 1-0 win at Pewsey Vale last Saturday, is a home tie in the second qualifying round of the FA Vase against Brockenhurst on September 14.

Despite comfortably turning over their hosts in a league fixture only a couple of weeks ago, Lavvy made hard work of their victory, which saw the home side down the 10 men after 19 minutes having their goalkeeper sent off for a handball.

The deficit ensured the visitors dominated possession but poor shooting, bad decision making in the final third ensured the scores remained level at the break.

Lavvy continued in the same fashion and still found it hard to get a lead.

In a rare attack Pewsey almost found themselves ahead, a long range effort was tipped onto the bar by Tom Roberts who had been a spectator until that point.

Russ Jones thought he had finally broke the deadlock, only for a late interjection by the linesman to rule the goal out.

With 15 minutes remaining Adam Bourner broke forward and from 30 yards fired home a bullet of shot for the winner.

Afterwards manager Liam McConnell said: "Needless to say we made hard work of that. Playing against 10 can always be tricky but we know we should be finding ways to enjoy afternoons like this.

"But in football it sometimes needs someone to step forward to make things happen and fair play to the skipper, he's done that today.

"It was a great goal to win any game of football. Most important thing is we got the job done and are through."

Lavvy are in league action at home to Follands Sports.