HAYWARD Sunday League Division One high-fliers Loch & Quay joined Talbot Rangers in the last eight of the Hampshire John Ward Sunday Senior Cup after Pepe Smith, Joey Kimber, Dan Hiscock and Harry Cooper ensured a 4-1 third-round victory over FC Wildebeest.

East Christchurch SSC netted through Andrei Munteanu and a couple of goals from Jamie Trimble but the reigning Sunday League champions bowed out 5-3 at Wicor Mill.

Steve Grogan was the Rushmere scorer when they finished at 1-1 after 90 minutes in the third round of the Hampshire Intermediate Cup against Freehouse reserves, who went through 5-4 on penalties.

Matt Justice struck twice to give Kirkfield United the verdict 4-3 in their Hampshire Junior Cup third-round tie against Co-op Dragons, with Josh Jones and James Smith adding one each.

Dorset Sunday Challenge Cup holders Abbey are through to the quarter-finals after their 6-0 third-round triumph over Team Gryphon thanks to Brad Hill, Joe Moore, Mark Dykes, Nick Plank and a couple of goals from Micky Hubbard.

Division One rivals Wakanda are also in the last eight after Nasim Meddah (2), Yoseph Bajandouh, Sami Makhloufi and Omar Alkhimi gave them the upper hand 5-3 against Famous Old Spa.

Sam Thompson plundered eight and there were hat-tricks from Toby Williams, Stuart MacFarlan and Will Robinson when Alderney Manor crushed Tower Park 22-1. James King, Nick Gillingham, Jack O’Hara, Danny Cook and Aaron Carrivick were the other Alderney marksman with William Mills scoring Tower’s consolation goal.

AFC Wimborne netted through Adam Andrews, Tom Appleton, Alex Henley, Mark Claremont and an own goal but it was not enough to save them from a 6-5 defeat against Upton Sociedad, whose goals came courtesy of Ben Lees (2), Alex Airey and a Jamie Cooper hat-trick.

Craig Baker and Terry O’Callaghan bagged hat-tricks in Poole Borough’s 7-0 drubbing of Poole Rovers, with Callum McColl also on target.

Parley Sports were also 7-0 winners when they subdued Siemens thanks to Sam Barker, Ryan Barker, Max Evans, Jon Vukcevic, Laurence Russell and a couple of goals from Pete Jones.

Lewis Tapley nabbed a hat-trick in Newtown Athletic’s 4-0 victory over The Greyhound with Liam Holland also on target.

Despite goals from Dylan Bennett and Matt Knight, Parkstone were beaten 3-2 by AFC Gloucester.

KB Sports netted through Toby Ambrose, Alex Rankin and Trevor Davies but Division Four leaders Portchester were 6-3 winners in the second round of the MA Hart Lawrence A Brivati Cup thanks to Alex Hawey’s hat-trick and further goals from Kingsley White (2) and Karl Painter.

AFC Stourvale preserved their unbeaten record in Hayward Sunday League Division Two when Jack Robinson settled the issue 1-0 against tailenders NMO.

Bearwood Broncos are three points adrift of Division Three leaders Vienna Suttoners with a game in hand after giving MK Interiors a 6-0 pasting courtesy of Jack Hammond, Dan Edwards, Jack Excell and a Sam Elliot hat-trick.

Rich Preston and Ash Damen struck for third-place Bournemouth Athletic but they took a 6-2 tumble when AFC East Christchurch upended them with a Ben Collie hat-trick and further goals from Ryan Finch, Ryan Hirst and Craig White.

Matt Wells and Ben Hall rattled in four apiece when AFC Fiveways took over in third spot with a resounding 8-1 triumph over AFC Burton reserves, who replied through Dan Bailey.

Meanwhile, in the other Division Three game, Ali Frew and Ollie Peckham ensured a 2-0 success for Richmond Park Rangers against Poole Wanderers.

Redhill Rangers go third in Division Four after Kieran Pidgley, Shane Baker, Lee Thomas and Cameron Doe (pen) gave them the edge 4-3 against Canford Rovers.

Rhys Huggett struck twice for Scott V but West Mullen got the better of them 3-2 with goals from Brad Gale, Jack White and Matt Warden.

Christchurch Starre took over on top of Division Five on goal difference after their 6-1 triumph over Forest United. Josh Rose and Jason Harris bagged two each for Starre with Sam Griffiths and Sergejs Kacans also on target, while James Setters scored United’s consolation goal.

Aaron Towers scored all three goals for Division Six leaders Woodville Wanderers but they had to settle for a point in a top-of-the-table clash when Joe Taylor, Dan Hunter and Yusuf Akanni earned nearest rivals JP Morgan reserves a 3-3 draw.

Dan Bignall was the four-goal star when Canford Rovers reserves poleaxed Longfleet 5-0 to go third. Dan Winwood was the other Rovers marksman.

Quayside moved off the bottom of the table after Kai McCrow scored both goals in their 2-0 win over fellow strugglers Boscombe Celtic reserves.

In Under-18 Division, Lymington Town netted through Jason Walbanke and Harry Shapcott but Christchurch were 5-2 winners thanks to Finlay Evans, Jacob Miller, Rob Donohue, Toby McGuinness and Nathan Roberts.