FA Cup five-goal thriller ends in defeat for Moneyfields 

Conor Bailey scored for Moneyfields in their FA Cup defeat. Picture: Neil Marshall
Conor Bailey scored for Moneyfields in their FA Cup defeat. Picture: Neil Marshall

MONEYFIELDS suffered FA Cup heartache as they lost 3-2 against Worthing at Dover Road.

Conor Bailey and Lewis Fennemore scored for the hosts but it was not enough to upset the Bostik League visitors.

Horndean produced a powerful second-half display to beat Fareham Town 4-1 in the Wessex League premier division at Cams Alders.

The Reds led by a Gary Austin goal at the break.

In the second period Harry Jackson and Conor Duffin both grabbed a brace.

The home side had Lamin Jatta sent off in the second half for violent conduct.

A second-half penalty from Ashton Leigh was enough to give Baffins Milton Rovers a 1-0 win at Brockenhurst.

AFC Portchester came from behind to win 2-1 at Hamworthy United, with goals from Jack Breed and Dale Mason.

Meanwhile, in division one, United Services Portsmouth fought back from a two-goal deficit to thump Petersfield Town 6-2.