SYDENHAMS Wessex Premier Bashley have confirmed the position of first-team manager is "under review" following Tom Prodomo's departure to Weymouth.

Prodomo, together with brother Joe Prodomo and performance analyst Danny Webb, have left Bashley Road to become part of Mark Molesley's backroom staff at the Southern Premier Division outfit.

Molesley, who has worked with Tom Prodomo in his capacity as interim coach of Cherries under-21s, was appointed as Jason Matthews's successor at the Bob Lucas Stadium on Saturday.

A Bashley statement read: "Tom is a highly-qualified coach and it came as no surprise that his successful restructuring of Bashley’s first team attracted the interest of a higher league club.

"The partnership of Bashley and Tom Prodomo will, however, still continue as Tom will remain as head coach of the successful Bashley under-19s – an alliance with Brockenhurst Football Academy.

"Under Tom’s stewardship, Bashley have gone from a failing Southern League club to a competitive Wessex League outfit in one season.

"His work with the under-19s has provided the first team with an influx of highly-trained new talent and his coaching ability enhanced the skills of established players.

"We thank him for his generous contribution to the wellbeing of the club and wish him well in his new venture.

"While the situation of a replacement is under review, assistant manager Paul Morris and coach Leon Scott will take responsibility for first-team duties."

Matt Vining netted Bashley's consolation as they completed their campaign on the end of a 3-1 defeat at Horndean to finish 14th in their first season back in the Wessex League.

Nick Magee, Charlie Willett, Tim Stephenson and Sam House were on target for Lymington as they pipped neighbours Brockenhurst to ninth place thanks to a 4-0 home win over Poppies.

The Badgers were forced to settle for a creditable 10th-placed finish after going down 2-1 at Fawley, who were relegated despite the victory.

Ryan Long opened the scoring for Brock before Aaron Lucas hit a double for the Oilers.

Steve Smith took his tally of league goals to 22 for the season as Hamworthy United closed with a 5-0 rout of relegated Whitchurch United at the County Ground.

Smith finished the campaign sixth in the list of leading Wessex Premier marksman, while Eddie Hodge and Josh Rose also found the net for the Hammers.

Ryan Kelly notched bottom-placed Verwood's consolation as they ended a dismal campaign on the receiving end of a 4-1 home defeat at the hands of AFC Portchester.

Goals from Nick Patrick, Matt Steer and Peter Richmond-Cole earned Ringwood a 3-1 home win over Alton to see them finish fifth in Wessex One.

Ben Cooper and Will Gage were on target for Christchurch in their 2-2 draw at East Cowes Vics, while Steve Flynn, Dan Molyneaux and Sheik Kargho-Laure netted as New Milton toppled leaders Hamble Club 3-1, preventing them from going through the 100-point mark.