HAMWORTHY United continued their chaotic form in Sydenhams Wessex Premier after they were hit for six by Horndean.

Brendon King’s side, who had put nine past bottom side Petersfield Town in their previous fixture, were comprehensively beaten 6-0 at Five Heads Park.

Miles Everett scored twice with goals also coming from Jack Maloney, Tyler Moret, Josh Maloney and Mark Smith to make it an afternoon to forget for Hammers.

The result means United are now sixth in the league with 22 points from 10 games.

Goals from Manny Soetan and Zack Pickett meant Lymington Town overcame league leaders Blackfield & Langley 2-1 at the Sports Ground.

A Kabba Jack double with a late strike from substitute Conor Whitely helped Bashley beat Newport IOW 3-1 at Bashley Road.

A brace from Mark Barker was not enough for Brockenhurst to overcome Fareham Town away from home. He struck twice but Fareham found the net through Jay Eames, Sammy-Lee Kessack and Curt Robbins – the latter struck in the fourth minute of added time to give Fareham a dramatic 3-2 triumph.

Poppies had no answer to high-flying Sholing as they fell to a 2-0 defeat at Victoria Park.

In Wessex One, Verwood Town stunned leaders Laverstock & Ford with a 4-0 victory at Potterne Park.

James Guthrie scored twice along with goals for Russell Dyer and Jamie Webber to give Verwood their second league success of the campaign.

James King and Luke Stone fired for Christchurch as Ollie Cherrett’s side beat Tadley Calleva 2-0 at Hurn Bridge.

River Smith scored twice to go with goals for Lee Vint and Lee Clark to help Ringwood Town overcome Folland Sports 4-2 at home. Folland found the net through Krysty Sullivan and Charlie Cooper.

A solitary strike from Steve Flynn gave New Milton Town a 1-0 success over Andover New Street.

In Wessex Premier tomorrow, Lymington look to continue their impressive form when they host Bashley at the Sports Ground.

Hamworthy United will be hoping to bounce back when they take on Baffins Milton Rovers at the County Ground.

Poppies make the trip to defending champions Portland United, while Brockenhurst are at home against Bemerton Heath Harlequins.

Ringwood Town host Wessex Premier Sholing in the second round of the Sydenhams League Cup.

The winners of that tie will stage a home clash against Petersfield Town in the third round of the competition.

Verwood Town are also in action as they lock horns with Hampshire Premier League outfit Sway in the Bournemouth Senior Cup (all 7.45pm).