Cherries into quarter finals
AFC Bournemouth progressed to the Hampshire Senior Cup quarter final with a 3-1 victory away at Horndean FC.
The Cherries have now earned an away tie in the last sixteen with Sholing thanks to two sublime Charlie Seaman strikes and a Frank Vincent second-half finish.
On a difficult pitch which was on a slope, Shaun Cooper's side were attacking uphill in the first-half but had the first goal after 23 minutes thanks to a moment of individual brilliance.
Seaman drove inside at pace from right-back, powering infield beating three players, before unleashing a venomous effort which flew into the top corner.
But five minutes later, the Wessex Premier League side were level when a long throw caused confusion in the defence, allowing Alfie Lis to score in the area.
The pitch was proving tricky for both sides but again, another individual moment of magic restored the Cherries' advantage.
Once more, that moment came from full-back Seaman after Tyrell Hamilton was fouled 30-yards out.
He'd previously scored a wonder free-kick against West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League Cup, and Seaman proved that it was no fluke. Confidently stepping up three minutes before the interval, he smashed a knuckleball which swerved and dipped into the corner - a superb strike.
Hamilton was then denied what looked a clear penalty as the first-half drew to a close, with the Cherries attacking downhill in the second period.
Seven minutes after half-time though, the Cherries went two goals clear and killed the game, with Seaman involved yet again with another menacing set piece.
In a similar position to his free-kick goal in the first half but slightly more central, Seaman tested his Ronaldo-esque technique and it was another excellent shot at goal, swerving and causing havoc for the goalkeeper.
The 'keeper could only parry it and Vincent was there to finish superbly into the bottom corner from the rebound.
The away side had complete control and were able to play more fluently in the second-half, with Dinesh Gillela substituted just after the hour after returning from a four-month injury lay off.
Gillela put in an assured display on his return and was substituted for Jaidon Anthony, who had also come back from a lengthy injury absence of his own to make his return at Five Heads Park.
Anthony then himself went close to securing a fourth with a drive from distance, and Seaman almost had a hat-trick from right-back as another long-ranger whizzed wide.
But the away tie with Sholing was secured with the three goals - confirmation of the date and time of the quarter final will be confirmed on afcb.co.uk as soon as the information is received.