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BFA Saturday: Spires lands treble as Manor go top
BOURNEMOUTH Manor became the third different team to lead the Premier Division in as many weeks when they poleaxed Redlynch & Woodfalls United 6-1 courtesy of Darren Millar, Luke Scrimshaw, Luke McArdle and a Darren Spiers hat-trick.
Former leaders Electric went down 2-1 to goals from Simon Young and Scott Metcalf against Bosun’s Chair – the only unbeaten side in the top flight – with Pete Howard pulling one back for the Sparkies with a spectacular long-range effort.
Portcastrian and Sway finished 3-3 with Ports netting through Pepe Smith, Ben Virabi and an own goal and the visitors replying through Gareth Barnes, Bill Stride and Darren Clark.
Parley Sports netted through Johnny Cook and Anthony Sykes but Trinidad doubled their points tally when Harry Wilkes, Karl Foster and Dan Spencer gave them the edge 3-2.
• Ben Mowlam bagged a hat-trick for Division One leaders Harrington United in their 5-1 victory over Ferndown Sports with Rob Scadding and John Murray also on target.
Mitch East and Mike Kitson grabbed two each when nearest rivals Mudeford accounted for Sturminster Marshall 4-1, while Ferndown Town Greenfields upended Electric reserves 6-2 thanks to Mark Brock, Mark Poole and Emmanuel Ohameje’s four-goal blast.
Nathan Welch netted for Alderholt but Tom Gagan earned Holt United a 1-1 draw, while Twynham Rangers and FC Bournemouth battled out a 5-5 draw with Mitchell Keet (2), Stuart Ellis (2) and Ashley Nash on target for Twynham and Alex Whitehouse (2), Mick Walsh, Jamie Bates and Wesley Jones replying for the visitors.
• South Coast Demolition returned to the top of Division Two after Steve Newman (2), Kirk Tovey and Adrian Woodall gave them the upper hand 4-2 against Bournemouth Manor reserves.
Queens Park Athletic moved up to third place after their 4-2 success against Galleon with goals from Mike Thompson (2), Pete Light and Lloyd Pearce.
Fordingbridge Turks were also 4-2 winners when Nick Collier (2), John Cunningham and Tony Roberts put paid to Sway reserves, while struggling St Mary’s were on the receiving end again when Richmond Park Con sank them 4-1 through Gareth Wanklyn (2), Mike Barber and Mark Pudney.
• Parley Sports A’s hopes of going top of Division Three were dashed when Mudeford Men’s Club reserves ruined their unbeaten record by ambushing them 6-2 with goals from Marvin Fayer-Honour (2), Max Edgell, Jordan Fillery, Anthony Smith and Jason Gibson.
Chris Hardy notched a hat-trick in FC Athletico’s 5-3 success against Old Oakmeadians reserves with David Cox and Paul Handford adding one each.
Redhill Rangers were also 5-3 winners against Seabournes thanks to Pete Valinski, Steve Thornley, Steve Pidgley, James Vallory and an own goal.
• BU Staff returned to the top of Division Four after Sean Osborne and Tom Symons gave them the verdict 2-1 against AFC Bransgore, while Twynham reserves were 6-4 winners against Napoleons thanks to Sam Nash, Dan Moxom, Nick Burton and a Todd Johnson hat-trick.
• Although Dean Hindle (2) and Sam Packham netted for Screw-It Carpentry, they slipped up again when Division Five rivals Witchampton reserves surprised them 4-3 thanks to Ed Jenner’s hat-trick and a goal from Callum McLeod.
Allendale reserves nipped past them into second place after George Knijff, Stuart Pomeroy and Tom Nightingale ensured a 3-0 win over FC Bournemouth reserves.
• Ross Dominey plundered six when Lower Parkstone CFC battered Division Six rivals Redhill Rangers reserves 8-0 with Shane White and Pete McLarty adding one each.
Portcastrian reserves maintained pole position on goal difference after Steve Pockneall’s hat-trick and a goal from Richard Norton gave them the upper hand 4-2 against West Howe.
A & T Athletic ensured for a congested summit, their 2-0 win over Everton & Lymington Argyle leaving them locked on 16 points with Lower Parkstone CFC and Portscastrian. Aaron Carrivick and Liam Holland were the Athletic marksmen.
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