ALDERNEY Manor are through to the MA Hart In-Excess Cup final after second-half goals from Toby Williams and James King ensured a 2-0 success against Newtown Athletic.

Bournemouth Sports Mercury or Division Two high fliers Wiseguys will provide Alderney’s opposition in the Hurn Bridge final.

Wiseguys powered their way into the last four with a 7-1 third-round triumph over AFC Burton reserves.

Fernando da Silva Moreira smashed four and Teddy Hills (2) and Ollie Bolton were also on target, while Burton’s consolation came via Scott Downer.

Goals from Jamie Webber and Charlie Tompkins had MK Interiors level at 2-2 after 90 minutes against Poole Borough in the third round of the MA Hart Robbins Cup.

But they were taken to the cleaners in extra time and Borough emerged 10-2 winners.

Mike Collins plundered four and Tony O’Callaghan bagged a brace, with Sean Bourke, Connor Whitlock, Lewis Armstrong and Jack Fendley adding one each.

Kirkfield United’s Hampshire Junior A Cup run came to an end in the fourth round when Leonardo Assaghi’s effort was not enough to save them from a 3-1 defeat against Dingle Rovers.

AFC Burton chalked up their first league win of the season in Hayward Sunday League Division One when they surprised reigning champions East Christchurch SSC 2-1 at Grange Road.

Levi Ridealgh and Sam Nash were the Burton marksmen with Alex Whitehouse replying for the hosts.

Loch & Quay opened up a four-point gap at the top when they poleaxed nearest rivals West Howe 5-0 courtesy of Ollie Balmer’s hat-trick and further goals from Shane Sheridan and Ed Brewer.

Max Wilcock struck twice when Abbey shaded it 3-2 against Talbot Rangers to take over in second place. Richie Sands was the other Abbey scorer, with Steve Flynn getting both Rangers goals.

James Stacey netted for JP Morgan but Wakanda emerged 3-1 winners thanks to Abdulaziz Aldhayan, Karol Rog and Roueen Farhadi.

AFC Stourvale have a 10-point lead at the top of Division Two after their 5-0 victory over previously-unbeaten Parley Sports thanks to Robbie Johnston, Ryan Christopher and an Alistair Garard hat-trick.

There was a second league win of the season for Rushmere when Tom Hull (2), Luke Conrad and Andy Gosling gave them the upper hand 4-2 against AFC Wimborne, who replied through Alex Henley and Adam Andrews.

Noel McCarthy Gardiner’s strike was not enough to prevent a 3-1 defeat for tailenders NMO against Shoulder of Mutton, whose goals came from Louis Baker Stroud, Jack Barfoot and Omid Farjadpour.

Vienna Suttoners hold top spot in Division Three after David Brown (2), Brad Connell and Luke Hoare ensured a 4-2 success against Richmond Park Rangers. Ollie Peckham and Ben Bayes were the Rangers scorers.

Bearwood Broncos remain two points behind after Reece Vincent and Josh Carter clinched a 2-0 win over Bournemouth Athletic.

AFC East Christchurch moved up to third after tonking AFC Fiveways 5-0 courtesy of Matt Mabey, Steve Burge, Tom Easom and a couple of goals from Ben Collie.

Ryan Musselwhite netted for Poole Wanderers but Tower Park had the edge 2-1 thanks to Charlie King and Alex Corbin.

Luke Scrimshaw and Sam Purdy both bagged hat-tricks when Vienna Suttoners reserves took over on top of Division Four after hammering Scott V 8-2. David Price and Chris Hack were the other Vienna marksmen.

West Mullen were sunk 1-0 by a goal from Canford Rovers’ Bradley Miles and were replaced in third spot by KB Sports, who blitzed Redhill Rangers 9-0. Jolyn May was KB’s five-goal star with Jamie Wilson, Kieron Mulvey, Aaron Scott and Dean Seal adding one each.

Adam Neesam netted for bottom-place Branksome Liberal but fellow strugglers Morden were 3-1 winners courtesy of a Rhys Phillips hat-trick.

Division Five pacesetters Grange Athletic returned to winning ways when Josh Smith, Dom Wright, Charlie Ryan, Kasper Staniszewski and Rich Witherington accounted for Parkstone Athletic 5-3. Storm Graham, David Payne and Kallum Witheford were Athletic’s scorers.

Boscombe Celtic remain two points behind with two games in hand after John Bailey’s four-goal blast poleaxed Forest United 6-1. Alex Rossi scored the other two Celtic goals, with Kieran Tomsett providing some consolation for United.

Harry Wheeler and Todd Coombes netted for Parkstone but Christchurch Starre had the edge 3-2 with goals from Anton Pavlovicius, Jason Harris and Sergejs Kacans.

Alex Airey struck for Upton Sociedad but New Milton Borough upended them 3-1 thanks to Sam Share and a couple of goals from James Bates.

Woodville Wanderers maintained their seven-point lead at the top of Division Six when Leon Sampson (2), Aaron Towers (2) and Aiden Carter gave them a 5-1 victory over Canford Rovers reserves.

Joe Taylor notched a hat-trick when nearest rivals JP Morgan reserves scuppered Longfleet 4-1. Lloyd Wallen was the other JPM scorer.

Siemens went third after thumping Boscombe Celtic reserves 4-0 through Mike Buck and a Billy Mackey hat-trick.

Poole Rovers remain in contention after crushing Academy 10-0 with goals from George Burgess (2), Jamie Kemp (2), Sam Chown, Tom Woolnough, Tom Eyers, Sam Ridland, Tyler Gregory and Jamie Marten.

Hamworthy Recreation netted through Ashley Sobisch and an own goal but they were knocked off top spot in Under-18 Division when Lymington Town toppled them 4-2 with goals from Matt Turberville, Giacomo Bigazzi, Jason Walbanke and Jack Stride.

Christchurch took over in pole position despite being held to a 1-1 draw by Redhill Rangers. Rob Donohoe was the Christchurch marksman with Ollie Jones earning Redhill a point.

Ringwood Town are through to the last eight of the Hampshire Under-18 Sunday Cup after Christian Whalen, Harry Loose, Bradley Venn Griffiths, Naim Khan and Dylan Cooper ensured a 5-2 victory over Liss Firebolts.