Redbridge 1 Uxbridge 3
DAVID Warner had an eventful afternoon as Uxbridge moved into the next round of the FA Cup at Redbridge.
After putting the Reds ahead in the first half and then watching his brother Kevin add a second goal, David was sent off in the second half.
Redbridge made the better start with Leli Bajada just failing to force home a Nathan Scarborough cross, and then Scarborough fired well wide after fini-ding himself in a good position.
However, Uxbridge went ahead after 22 minutes as Kevin Warner won the ball in midfield and passed to Mark
Nicholls, who sent over a perfect cross for David Warner to head home.
Redbridge almost got back on level terms on 30 minutes when Scarborough outpaced Ian Dickens down the left and then drove his shot narrowly wide.
Nicholls then showed good skill to beat his man in the penalty area before firing a curling shot towards the top righthand corner of the net, but Ricky Simmons flung hiself at the ball to head behind for a corner.
On 42 minutes Uxbridge added their second as Frazer Toms sent a long pass to Kevin Warner, who timed his run perfectly and slotted the ball past Tony
After the break the Reds went close to adding a third through Lee Tunnell, whose effort struck the woodwork.
Uxbridge were then reduced to 10 men when David Warner was sent off for a second bookable offence on 60 minutes.
Redbridge soon made their extra-man advantage tell, and on 67 minutes Harlee Dean crossed for Scarborough to tap home.
James Bly then missed a great chance to equalise for Redbridge when he headed wide.
Uxbridge made sure of victory seven minutes from time when Kevin Warner touched off a free kick to Mark Dennison, who let fly and his shot found the bottom corner of the net.
UXBRIDGE: McCarthy, Dickens, Lawrence, Wharton, Dennison, Farmie, Toms, K.Warner, Tunnell, Nicholls, D.Warner. Subs: Carter, Howe, Jones, Reynolds, Tarr.
* Uxbridge reserves beat Tonbridge Angels 3-0 on Saturday with goals from Ryan O'Toole, Mark Sargeant and Daryl Elford.
In midweek they drew 4-4 at Metropolitan Police as O'Toole hit a hat-trick and Ben Jones added the other .