LYE Town can look forward to a home tie against Cogenhoe Town in the next stage of the Buildbase FA Vase after brushing aside Brocton 4-1 this week.

The contest is set to take place on Saturday December 1 when Lye will be looking to progress against the United Counties League club.

Lye boss Andy Wyton said: "It would be great to have a good run in the Vase - but we won't be taking Cogenhoe lightly and we'll have them watched."

His side made a flying start against Brocton when Joe Lawley fired Lye into a second-minute lead.

Jack Till increased Lye's lead just after the hour following some fabulous play from Lewis Worsey who hit a sublime cross-field ball.

But Brocton got themselves back into the game with a goal from Adam Weldon after 71 minutes.

Wyton added: " We started like a house on fire and continued from where we left off against Sporting Khalsa in midweek.

"But once we got the second goal, I sensed that fatigue was setting in. Brocton were a good young side and it was obvious they weren't going to roll over.

"They got in between our defenders for a goal which gave them hope and they kept pushing.

"I had to make changes as we tired, but it did the trick thanks to late goals from Dreniz Bala and Ashley Parsons-Smith which sealed the tie."

Wyton admitted Lye had given their all against title prospects Sporting Khalsa earlier in the week which resulted in a 0-0 draw.

A delighted Wyton insisted: "We really put in a shift. Khalsa only had one chance on goal throughout the game, a low shot which Matt Sargeant held. It was vital he clung onto the ball as Danny Westwood was waiting to pounce and would have put it away.

"We should have won it at the death. Aaron Bishop, who has come out of our under-18 side, hit the crossbar with five minutes remaining.

"Then Josh McKenzie has nipped in between one of their defenders and goalkeeper Sam Arnold and attempted to lob home.

"If it goes in, we win the game, but it dropped just wide."

There's no let-up for Lye at the moment.

They were due to face Bewdley Town this week in the Smedley Crook Cup before entertaining high-flying Hereford side Westfields this Saturday at Stourbridge Road.

Lye then play hosts to Long Eaton United next Tuesday in another total Motion Midland League match.