CORSHAM Town's FA Vase conquerors Ascot United claimed their maiden title in the final at Wembley Stadium on Sunday.

Over a month after the Yellaman edged out Kieran Baggs' Corsham on penalties at the Southbank, Ascot beat Newport Pagnell 1-0 thanks to Kai Walters' acrobatic 80th-minute header under the arch.

Newport - who were the defending champions - were put under severe pressure after the break following a nervy and tense first 45.

In the end, Ascot's dominance told and the Berkshire club completed a historic treble with the Combined Counties League Premier Division North league and cup trophies already in the bag.

Despite being underdogs on the day, Ascot were first to create a meaningful chance. Jordan Ajanlekoko's glancing header from an early Sean McCormack corner had to be cleared off the line by Newport Pagnell defender Christian Smail.

The only other opportunity of note for either team prior to the break saw Pagnell's Albie Hall slide in and poke the ball off the post.

But after some key half-time switches by Ascot boss, Jamie Tompkins, Ascot began to dominate their opponents.

As the half progressed, captain Dan Bailey rattled the crossbar with a towering header from inside the six-yard-box.

A sequence of sloppy defending then opened the door for the Yellamen, and McCormack's cross was beautifully headed across the face of goal and into the net by substitute Walters at the near post.

Elsewhere on non-league finals day, FC Halifax won the FA Trophy for the second time in seven years with a 1-0 victory over Gateshead.

The breakthrough came two minutes before the break, with Gateshead failing to clear their lines and paying the price as the ball hit Jamie Cooke and rebounded into the net.

Gateshead threatened an equaliser shortly after the break when Greg Olley’s corner was headed just wide by Owen Bailey.

Gateshead goalkeeper James Montgomery then kept his side in it by producing a good save to deny Jack Hunter, but Town held on to repeat their triumph from 2016.