GOALS from Marsden Wartley, Adam Louka and Sam Davis saw West Howe end Hayward Sunday Division One leaders Loch & Quay’s unbeaten start in the league.

Ethan Maddocks and Pepe Smith replied for Loch & Quay in their 3-2 defeat, a reverse which halted their five-match winning run. West Howe climbed two places to third.

James King and Will Robinson both notched doubles in Alderney Manor’s comprehensive 6-2 win over AFC Wimborne in Division Two

Scott Roberts and Toby Williams were also on target for Alderney Manor as they went fourth, while George Corbin and Keiron Alderson hit Wimborne’s consolations.

Division Three high-fliers AFC Fiveways suffered a shock 3-1 defeat at the hands of lowly Richmond Park Rangers who chalked up only their second league win of the season.

Ollie Peckham (2) and Alex Pride netted for Richmond Park Rangers with Ian Marshall replying for AFC Fiveways.

Goals from Pat McKay, Kevin Crab and Tyler Molyneaux saw Bournemouth Athletic scrape a 3-2 win over bottom-placed MK Interiors with Rob Stephens hitting a double for the losers.

George Westcott and Jack Braeman both netted braces in Poole Wanderers’s 7-1 drubbing of AFC Burton reserves. Lloyd Cole, James Young and Tom Dufaur were also on the scoresheet for Wanderers as they joined Burton on nine points with Joe Sparks hitting a consolation for the visitors.

Alex Hawey led the way with a hat-trick as Division Four leaders Portchester thumped Branksome Liberal 7-0. Will Thomas (2), Kingsley White and James Jordan were Portchester’s other scorers as they maintained a three-point lead at the summit.

Sam Purdy’s treble spearheaded second-placed Vienna Suttoners reserves to a resounding 8-0 victory over struggling Morden. Brad Aspin, David Price, Chris Hack, Ryan Ashford and Jesse Hodgson were also on target for Vienna Suttoners.

Division Five leaders Grange Athletic were stunned 3-0 by New Milton Borough whose marksmen were Stephen Murphy, Alex Frost and Sam Share.

Christchurch Starre closed the gap after goals from Ashley Parrett and Jordi Gentle earned them a narrow 2-1 win over Parkstone who replied through Callum Freeman.

Juan Fernandez’s four-timer helped Kirkfield United triumph 8-0 against Forest United. Brian Bususu (2), Josh Jones and James Smith added to Forest United’s misery.

Division Six leaders Woodville Wanderers eased to a 5-1 win over Boscombe Celtic reserves thanks to goals from Leon Samson (2), Josh Chamberlain, Karl Young and Phil Maidment. Paul Blenman hit Boscombe Celtic’s consolation.

Karl Harrington bagged the only goal of the game as Canford Rovers reserves edged a 1-0 win against Longfleet, their second league win of the season, while Reece Jessop (2) and Dan Jones were on target in high-flying Siemens’s 3-0 victory against West Howe reserves.

Doubles from Juan Perusia, Dan Hunter and Lloyd Wallen helped second-placed JP Morgan reserves ease to an 8-1 win over Academy. Yusef Akanni and Seef Sepahi were also on target for JP Morgan, while Rhys Roberts bagged Academy’s consolation.

  • Lewis Pateman scored the only goal as Ringwood Town triumphed 1-0 against Hook United in the Hampshire Under-18 Cup.
  • MA Hart Robbins Cup holders Abbey progressed to the fourth round after triumphing 10-4 against Division Four strugglers West Mullen.

Dan Manuel led the way with a hat-trick with Chris Long (2), Mickey Hubbard, Mark Dykes, Luke Dawe, Kenny Strong and Joe Moore also on target.

West Mullen stuck to their task and replied through Brad Gale (2), Scott Turner and Joe Warden.

East Christchurch also went through after goals from Alex Whitehouse (2) and Jamie Trimble earned them a 3-0 win over Rushmere.

James Jose’s double and further goals from Noel McCarthy-Gardiner and Edward Warland saw Division Two strugglers NMO pull off a shock 4-1 win over Division One outfit AFC Burton.

Luke Pidgley, Rhys Newman, Mickey Finch, Marcus Cullen and Ron Frost were on target in Talbot Rangers’s 5-1 win over KB Sports who replied through John Duke.

Ash Williams, Jack Hammond and Jack Excell netted in Bearwood Broncos’s 3-1 victory over Poole Rovers with Joe Rendell on the scoresheet for the losers.

Jamie Cooper’s five-timer led the way for Upton Sociedad as they cuffed Quayside 13-0. Also on target were Ross Fletcher (2), Ryan Mason (2), Callum McCloud, Daniel Squires, Ben Lees and Alex Airey.

Goals from James Hardiman and Flavio Rodrigues-Sanha earned JP Morgan a 2-0 win over AFC Stourvale.

Division Four outfit Canford Rovers registered a 3-0 win over Division Three strugglers Tower Park in the second round at Branksome Rec.

Dan Bignall, Jordan Young and Matthew Hobbs were on target as Canford Rovers set up a date with AFC East Christchurch in the third round.

Poole Borough will meet MK Interiors in the third round following their convincing 4-0 victory over Scott V at Chapel Gate.

Paul Cavendish, Conner Whitlock, Craig Baker and Lewis Armstrong were on target for Poole Borough who are currently two places below Scott V in Division Four.

Tom Man’s double and a goal from Liam Holland earned Newtown Athletic a 3-1 win over Division Two rivals Shoulder of Mutton at Fernheath Road.

Shoulder of Mutton replied through a Matt Austin goal while victory for Newtown Athletic set up a meeting with Division Five leaders Grange Athletic in the third round.

Unbeaten Division Two leaders Wiseguys handed out a comprehensive 9-2 hammering to Division Three frontrunners Vienna Suttoners at Strouden Park.

On target for Wiseguys were Abraham Adesoji, Ollie Barton, James Morris, Joe Bennett, Craig Varley and doubles from Teddy Hills and Fernando Da Silva. Matt Chapman and Brad Connell hit Vienna Suttoners’s two consolation goals.