Clevedon Town manager Alex White says Ronan Moore's second half red card was a "key moment" of their FA Vase Second Round tie with Brockenhurst this afternoon.

Moore was shown his marching order for a deliberate handball in the 74th minute with the Seasides 2-0 ahead after earlier goals from Sam Beresford and Alex Camm.

Town took advantage of extra man to score three goals in five minutes through Camm and Beresford's second goals of the encounter as well as one from Freddie King to claim a 5-0 win and seal them a place in third round for the fourth successive season.

But White said Moore's sending off came at a critical time in the match.

"It was a key moment in the game, because it was tight in that first half and there was not a lot in it and we had that one key moment," he said.

"We scored a brilliant goal just before the red card to go 2-0 up, which was an outstanding goal. A brilliant pass from Henry Westlake and Alex Cam took it well and then we spoke at half-time actually about that player (Moore).

"He's a good player, a good left back, but we said he was on a yellow and we thought that we could get at him and when that red card happened, you really sensed, within our team, that ex surgence of energy and the second wind that we got.

"I think that it really dented them and then we just went on and it's easy to take your foot off the gas when you got 10 men. Then we went bang, bang, bang and scored three very quick fire goals, which we've got in us to do at the moment. So, it was a big, big second-half performance from us."

The win at the Everyone Active stadium made it eight successive wins for the first time since the 1992/93 season, when Clevedon were crowned Western League Premier champions, and five goals scored for the fourth successive game but White said he is not getting to far of himself and aims to make it nine at Wellington next Saturday.

"Yeah, it's amazing stats," White added.

"I didn't realise it was eight wins in a row. I'm not looking into runs and things like that. But it's nice to hear and because confidence is really, really high that we just keep turning up and we know what we've got to do.

"We know how we play and things are working for us at the moment and I'm not looking too far ahead. I want to make it nine out of nine next week (at Wellington).

"That's as far as I'm going to be looking but that's the mentality we've got now. We've just got to run with it, enjoy it whilst we got it and then see where it takes us."