Sway let a 3-0 lead slip away when Verwood came back from the death with a last minute equaliser.
Sway soon found themselves 2-0 up when the goalkeeper made two howlers allowing a Mark Brading shot to squirm through his hands and shortly after kicked the ball straight to Tom Munday who made no mistake from close range. R, Brading made it three after rounding a couple of defenders and then confidently slotted past the onrushing keeper.
The danger signs were there with Verwoods number 9 and 10 getting in behind the Sway defence on numerous occassions and it came as no suprise when they reduced the deficit scoring just before half time when another ball over the top found the number 10 who scored from close range.
Verwood scored minutes after the restart to make it 3-2, Spencer Churchill then got his marching orders for a second yellow for verbals and Ryan Brading and Tom Munday both picked up injuries and had to be replaced.
Verwood scored in the last minute to send the tie into extra time and no further score came during this period. Both sides converted their penalties up until the last kick when M.Brading narrowly shot over.