ROYAL Wootton Bassett Town eased into the FA Vase second round following a convincing 4-0 victory over Cornish outfit, Camelford on Saturday.

TJ Bohane, returning to action after missing Bassett’s previous three fixtures, was the star of the show as he netted a brace while also claiming two assists.

Bassett were on top throughout a one-sided match and could have added even further to their tally.

Indeed, they had four great opportunities early on to open their account before Tommy Ouldridge eventually gave Sam Collier’s side a 24th-minute lead.

Seizing on Adam Sleep’s weak clearance, left winger Jack Stirland threaded a pass into the left channel for Bohane to run onto.

The Bassett striker cut the ball back across the six yard box for Ouldridge to deftly guide into the bottom right corner.

Bassett’s lead was then doubled nine minutes before half time. Ouldridge this time served as the provider, jumping on another loose pass out from the Camelford defence before playing a through ball to Bohane, who calmly lifted over Josh Colwill in the Camelford goal.

The hosts made it 3-0 shortly after the restart. From the centre circle, Bohane clipped a perfectly weighted ball over the top of the defence and into the left corner.

Racing off his line, Camelford stopper Colwill slipped, giving Jack Stirland the chance to collect before confidently striking into the top right corner from a tight angle.

Bohane then wrapped up the scoring ten minutes later. After Hungerford Town loanee Kyle Tooze saw his path to goal blocked as he endeavoured to burrow through, Bohane drilled a firm first-time effort beyond the reach of Colwill from the edge of the box.

Further chances came Bassett’s way, but a fifth goal ultimately proved elusive. Nevertheless, Bassett had done more than enough to advance to the FA Vase second round for only the third time in the club’s history.

Elsewhere, Holmer Green beat Shrivenham 3-0 in league action.