DIVISION Four title contenders Portchester and Vienna Suttoners reserves will lock horns in the MA Hart Lawrence A Brivati Cup final after winning their respective semis.

Alex Hawey and Kingsley White bagged two each to give Portchester the upper hand 4-2 against Poole Borough, who replied with goals from Tony O’Callaghan and Lewis Armstrong.

Meanwhile, Sam Purdy bagged a hat-trick in Vienna’s 6-2 triumph over Redhill Rangers. Luke Scrimshaw, Chris Hack and Roger Gosby were the other Vienna marksmen, while Redhill’s goals came via James Vallory and David Valinski.

Richard Galeg and Ali Fakhal netted for Division One Wakanda in the fourth round of the MA Hart Robbins Cup but Division Two strugglers NMO went through to the last eight after surprising them 5-2 with goals from Mitchell Speechley Price (2), James Jose (2) and Noel McCarthy-Gardiner.

Liam Holland and Kyle Graham both bagged hat-tricks in Newtown Athletic’s 8-5 third-round success against Grange Athletic. Lewis Tapley and Lee Matthews were the other Newtown marksmen, while Grange replied courtesy of Richard Witherington’s treble and further goals from Adam Daniels and Josh Smith.

Ben Collie led the way with a hat-trick when AFC East Christchurch emerged 7-3 winners against Canford Rovers. Ryan Finch added a brace with Ryan Butterworth and Dan Moxom also on target for AFC. Rovers replied through Josh Kennel and a couple of goals from Bradley Miles.

Aaron Carrivick struck twice in Alderney Manor’s 3-0 win over Christchurch Starre, with the other goal coming from Will Robinson.

Division Five Parkstone squeezed through 5-4 on penalties after finishing 2-2 after extra time against Third Division Bournemouth Athletic. Jon Nicholls and Rob Arnold were the Parkstone scorers, with Matt McCrow and Kevin Crabb replying for Athletic.

James Morris, Craig Varley and Andy Gagan struck for Wiseguys but the Division Two promotion contenders crashed out of the Hampshire Intermediate Cup following an 8-3 third-round defeat against Rising Sun.

Storm Graham blew New Milton Borough away with a five-goal blast when Parkstone Athletic moved up to third place in Hayward Sunday League Division Five with an 8-3 triumph.

David Payne, Reece Miller and Simon Billingham were the other Parkstone marksmen, while Borough’s goals came from Stephen Murphy, George Randall and Sam Share.

Alex Rossi, John Bailey and Paulo Freitas were among the goals in Boscombe Celtic’s thrilling 6-6 draw with Upton Sociedad. Upton replied through Ben Lees, Josh Roe, Callum McLeod and a Jamie Cooper hat-trick.

Marston Wortley struck for West Howe but reigning Division One champions East Christchurch SSC got the better of them 3-1 thanks to Greg O’Mallo and a couple of goals from Jamie Trimble.

In Division Two, Shoulder of Mutton did well to hold unbeaten pacesetters AFC Stourvale to a 0-0 draw.

Matthew Chapman-Burnett’s hat-trick proved decisive when unbeaten Division Three leaders Vienna Suttoners sank bottom-place AFC Burton reserves 4-1. George Thompson was the other Vienna scorer while AFC Burton’s consolation goal came from Levi Ridealgh.

Nearest rivals Bearwood Broncos also preserved their unbeaten record when they upended Richmond Park Rangers 3-1 thanks to Ash Williams and a couple of goals from Lewis Mills. Dale Faulkner scored Rangers’ consolation goal.

Third-placed AFC Fiveways netted through Matt Wells, Ian Marshall and Luke Vare but they took a 6-3 tumble against Tower Park, whose goals came via William Mills (2), Charlie King (2), Josh Morris, and Carl Phillips.

Jolyan May nabbed a hat-trick in KB Sports’ 5-1 victory over Scott V in Division Four, with Dean Seal and Mac Raney adding one each. Kieran Davies was the Scott V scorer.

Unbeaten JP Morgan reserves went second in Division Six on goal difference after Yusuf Akanni and Joe Taylor ensured a 2-2 draw with Siemens, who also have their eyes on a promotion spot. Billy Mackey and Ian Kay were the Siemens marksmen.

Poole Rovers were 3-0 winners against West Howe reserves thanks to Lewis Worrell and a couple of goals from John Cook, while Longfleet returned to winning ways when Nathan Berry (2) and James Horvath subdued tailenders Boscombe Celtic reserves 3-1. Carey Wellington was the Celtic scorer.

Goals from substitutes Kai McCrow (2) and Tom Shutler were not enough to save Quayside from a 5-3 defeat against Academy.