WESTFIELDS have been handed a great chance to make club history and reach the fifth round of the FA Vase for the first time in their history.

Sean Edwards' side will be home to Hamble Club on Saturday, January 6.

The Southampton-based outfit are ninth in the Sydenhams Wessex League Premier Division.

Westfields were minutes away of being knocked out of the competition on Saturday, but two last minute goals saw them dramatically beat Plymouth Parkway 3-2.

Jamie Molyneux grabbed the winner in the 95th minute and he said you only get days like that in football.

"It was looking like we would be having a long miserable journey home with a loss," said Molyneux.

"We pumped the ball forward and it's dropped to Ben Hayes six yards out, and he’s rattled the post.

"I thought that was our last chance, but it's found it's way to Jonah [Craig Jones], who got us the equaliser.

"Winning the game in normal time wasn't really in our minds and most of it is still a blur because it happened so fast.

"But we found ourselves in the final third of the pitch again and luckily it's dropped to me on the edge of the box and I managed to curl it into the corner.

"It's one of the best feelings and moments I've felt in my career.

"Great character from the boys, who never gave up.

"I can't see why we can't go on a great run in the Vase because, on our day with the players we've got, we are capable of beating good sides."

Plymouth Parkway snatched the lead on the half hour mark when a long through ball found leading scorer Glyn Hobbs, who rounded Westfields keeper Keiron Blackburn before rolling the ball home.

Matt Sysum and Ben Miller had efforts cleared off the line for Westfields before the away side did equalise in the 51st minute.

Mark Magee worked his way free on the left before setting up Aidan Thomas to fire home.

However, Hobbs scored his second goal of the game in the 65th minute when he unleashed a fantastic shot into the far corner of the net.

Ethan Phillips then should have wrapped the game up for the home side, but shot wide from 12 yards before Jones dramatically equalised in the 90th minute.

Extra-time was looming, but incredibly, Molyneux then put Westfields 3-2 up.

There was still time for Plymouth to score themselves, but a free-kick went just over and it was Westfields who advanced to the last 32.