Frome Town Bognor Regis Officials xx xx xx Match Sponsor xx Ball Sponsor xx Wednesday  September 18th 2013 Bognor Regis  Away Wednesday 18th September 2013 FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round Replay Bognor Regis 4  Frome Town 0 Frome Scorers: None Bognor Scorers: Whyte (37), Pearce (42), Godfrey (56), Dodd (79) Crowd: 310 Star Man: None awarded. Entertainment Value: 3 Frome Town were a little fortunate to find themselves in this replay after Saturday’s match had thrown them a lifeline with an own goal equaliser in the last minute, but, after a bright start, they conceded two quick goals before half time and two more after the break wrapped up the 4-0 win for Bognor Regis. Frome’s chronic shortage of attacking firepower this year is proving a problem in game after game, and although the side always starts the match well enough, once the opposition score once, the molehill becomes a mountain and heads start to drop. This match was no exception and a very bright start from Frome saw a Rhys Baggridge cross lead to a shot from Brandon Mundy that Mark Zawadski saved well with the rebound just flashing past the far post. The hosts responded and the game settled into a lively affair with Baggridge and Mark Cooper combining to foil a Bognor attack, with the former producing a great tackle on James Crane before the latter headed the ball off the line to deny Stuart Axton. As the initial impetus wore off, Bognor started to assert their authority more and more and after a right wing cross had flew across the face of the Frome area, Ollie Pearce fired a free kick past Darren Chitty’s post,  and Ben Godfrey headed an Aaron Hopkinson cross wide in the 34th minute when it seemed easier to score. The writing was on the wall though, and Bognor’s first goal arrived three minutes later as a cross caused problems, Cooper just failed to clear, a Hopkinson shot was cleared off the line and the rebound was drilled home by Harvey White. Five minutes later, the home side doubled their lead as Pearce fired home the second from a drilled left wing cross from Ben Johnson. At half time, Frome were dealt another blow as Matt Smith had to be substituted due to injury and Lloyd Matthews came on in his place, but Bognor were firmly in the driving seat now and the third goal arrived in the 56th minute as Godfrey smashed home a 20 yarder after a careless clearance had set up the chance. Frome heads were down now and the side looked well beaten. The match slowed with Bognor content to sit on their lead, but the fourth goal nevertheless arrived in the 79th minute as Terry Dodd ran across defenders and shot low under Chitty into the far corner. Frome’s captain Bryan Smith tried an audacious shot from the half way line that had Zawadski concerned for a couple of seconds, and Johny Oliver set up a couple of late attacks from Frome, but the clinical goal scoring touch evaded both Cooper and Ryan Laville, and the chances went begging. There was no recipient of the H&B Tyres Man of the Man Award for this match.