REIGNING Premier Division champions Bournemouth Manor were condemned to a second league defeat of the season by bogey team Parley Sports reserves.

Parley, 3-1 winners against Manor in September, triumphed 4-0 at Kinson Manor thanks to goals from Daniel Knox, Joe Swallow, Daniel Wilson and Ben Mowlam.

Defeat left third-placed Manor six points adrift of leaders Hamworthy Recreation reserves but with a game in hand.

Bournemouth University joined no fewer than five teams on nine points in a congested table after emerging 4-3 victors against fellow high-fliers AFC Burton.

Matt Shaw’s double paved the way for their third league win of the season with Cass Hyde and Clive Makoni also on target at Wallisdown Campus.

Second-placed AFC Burton, who lead the quintet of teams on nine points on goal difference, replied through Alex Whitehouse’s brace and Matt Nicholls.

Substitute Ramel Vafa plundered a second-half hat-trick to spearhead Division One leaders Bournemouth Electric reserves to a convincing 7-1 victory over Bransgore United at Broadway.

Lucas Geisleichter and Abraham Adesoji both weighed in with doubles as Electric bounced back from their defeat by Mudeford Men’s Club last time out. Ali Smith hit Bransgore’s consolation.

Matt Vining and Josh Barton-Coup were both on target twice as Milford kept the heat on the leaders with a 5-2 win over Bournemouth Manor reserves at Kinson Manor.

Ryan Vaughan was also on the scoresheet for the visitors, while John Bastable and Ryan Davies netted for Manor.

Jake Cardus’s double helped Mudeford Men’s Club register a third league win in succession as they trumped Fordingbridge Turks 6-3 at Fordingbridge.

Liam Welton, Jordan Fillery, James Taylor and an own goal completed Mudeford Men’s Club’s tally with Espen Amundgen, Alex Marshall and Stuart Cromie replying for the Turks.

Martin Smith’s clinical four-timer ensured Queen's Park Athletic would preserve the only unbeaten record in the division as they ran out comfortable 8-0 winners against Portcastrian.

Tom Pepper’s double and goals from John Hall and Luke Hughes kept Queen's Park Athletic in third place, just two points behind the leaders with a game in hand.

Former Cherries winger Justin Keeler bagged a hat-trick as New Milton Eagles soared to the Division Two summit thanks to a resounding 7-2 win over Burley at Fawcett’s Field.

Jamie Vibert matched Keeler’s feat and George Boultwood was also on target as New Milton Eagles registered a fourth league win on the trot.

Dominic Taylor replied for Burley who had been on the receiving end of a 9-0 hammering by Eagles in the Pickford Cup in September.

Promotion hopefuls FC Barolo and Westover Bournemouth reserves cancelled out each other in a 2-2 draw at King George V Playing Fields.

Jake Newton and Mustapher Agheba were on target for fourth-placed FC Barolo, while Rob Answer and Callum Palfrey were on the scoresheet for Westover who remained third.

Elliott Lowen’s double helped Bisterne United reserves to a 4-2 win against Cherry Bees. Joey White and Kieron Burton also netted for Bisterne, while Lee Woodhouse and Liam Taylor replied.

Luckless Joe Bennett bagged a four-timer for Hamworthy Recreation reserves but still finished up on the losing team in the fourth round of the MA Hart Pickford Cup.

His exploits proved in vain as Kyle Graham’s hat-trick and a double from Ed Ewens earned Westover Bournemouth a thrilling 5-4 win at Magna Road.

Victory booked Westover a place in the quarter-finals where they will meet either Ringwood United or New Milton Eagles.

Timo Gleed led the way with a hat-trick as Premier Division strugglers Bisterne United also progressed thanks to a 7-1 win over Bournemouth Sports.

Tommy Faulkner, Tyler Radcliffe, Marc Jennings and Jamie Barnett also netted for Bisterne who will meet either Mudeford Men’s Club or Queen's Park Athletic. Lewis Dodimead hit Sports’ consolation.

Holders Talbot Rise United marched into the semi-final of the MA Hart Hayward Cup following an emphatic 6-0 win over Ringwood United at King George V Playing Fields.

Tyler Burgis led the way with a hat-trick for Talbot Rise who lifted the trophy after seeing off Bournemouth Manor A in the final at Hurn Bridge in April.

Burgis’s treble was added to by Liam House’s double and an own goal as Talbot Rise set up a last-four showdown with Division Two rivals Gotham reserves.