Hampton eased into the third qualifying round of the FA Trophy thanks to two second half goals in six minutes from Tom Jelley and Charlie Moone as they beat AFC Sudbury at a rain-soaked Beveree.

In an even first half, Moone and Craig Parker had chances for both teams, but the Beavers forced the first save as Jamal Lowe had his shot blocked by Sudbury keeper Marcus Garnham on 20 minutes, but 15 minutes later, he made no mistake.

Lowe broke into the box from the left, beat the defence and fired a shot across Marcus Garnham, which came off a Sudbury defender on the line on its way into the net.

The lead lasted just 10 minutes as Jordan Blackwell's deflection of a near post cross looped high over Hampton keeper Mark Smith and into the net to bring the Suffolk club back into the game.

The second half saw Hampton step a up a gear and take the game away.

On the hour, the Beavers won a free kick some 25 yards out and substitute Tom Jelley stepped up to beat the wall, beat Garnham and find the net.

Six minutes later, the game was wrapped up as Lowe played in Moone in the box, who made space and slid his shot past Garnham who was late in diving and went the wrong way.

Sudbury had a late chance as Parker looked to get on the end of a deep cross, but the bounce was too much and he could only deflect it wide.