HAYWARD Sunday League Division Three pacesetters Vienna Suttoners are through to the Hampshire Intermediate Cup final following their 2-1 victory over Republic of Chineham.

The visitors went ahead early in the second half but two quick goals, the first from outside the box by Craig Warren and the second a Tylor Burgis strike, were enough to get Vienna through.

Vienna will play Soldiers Return in the final at Havant & Waterlooville FC on Sunday, April 28.

The match will take place after the John Ward Hampshire Sunday Senior Cup final between Division One leaders Loch & Quay and Wicor Mill (11am).

Bradley Miles was the four-goal star when Canford Rovers reached the final of the Dorset Sunday Plate with a 7-3 win over Wyke Workies after extra time.

Jamie Tuvey, Luke Hall and Harry Boyt added one each for Rovers.

The other semi-final between MK Interiors and Team Gryphon reserves was abandoned after half an hour due to poor weather conditions.

Alderney Manor’s 10-game winning run came to an end in the semi-final of the MA Hart Robbins Cup.

Division One side East Christchurch SSC subdued them 2-0 with goals from Matt Piovan and Mal Thomas.

The fourth-round tie between cup holders Abbey and Talbot Rangers produced an 11-goal thriller.

Abbey took a 3-0 lead in the opening 15 minutes but Rangers battled back to lead 5-3 at half-time thanks to Rhys Newman’s hat-trick, a penalty from Marcus Cullen and a Nathanyal Charles effort. Rangers went down to 10 men when Manny Ohameje saw red early in the second half and Abbey fought back to win 6-5.

Abbey’s goals came courtesy of Brad Hill (3), Micky Hubbard (2) and Mark Dykes.

Three days after collecting their first trophy in 23 years, Boscombe Celtic made it a league and cup double when Dan Hallworth’s effort gave them the win they needed to clinch the Division Five title.

The MA Hart Nicholas Read Cup winners had to do it the hard way, though, after New Milton Borough took a first-half lead through Deano Bashford.

Leading goalscorer Alex Rossi put Celtic on terms before the break and Borough were breached again 15 minutes from time when Hallworth rose to head home John Bailey’s corner.

Taryn McColm struck twice in second-place Grange Athletic’s 4-1 victory over Parkstone.

Charlie Ryan and Richard Witherington were the other Grange scorers, with Dylan Smith replying for Parkstone.

Jamie Cooper rattled in four to give Upton Sociedad the upper hand 6-3 against Kirkfield United. Ryan Masson and Oscar Cluett added one each for Sociedad, while Kirkfield replied through James Smith and a couple of goals from Leo Assaghi.

Abdulaziz Aldhayan struck twice for Wakanda when they walloped AFC Burton 7-1 in the Division One Supplementary Cup.

Tom Mallett, Nasim Meddah, Karol Rog, Diego Galusni and Matt Derbyshire were also on target. Dan Brennan scored Burton’s consolation.

Division Two leaders AFC Stourvale completed their campaign in style with Ryan Christopher and Ryan Johnson securing a 2-0 success against championship rivals Wiseguys.

Stourvale must now wait and see if any of the chasing pack can catch them.

Nearest rivals Parley Sports are eight points behind with three games in hand after subduing AFC Wimborne 4-2 thanks to Simon Adair, Brendan Williams and a couple of goals from Martin Johnson. Matt Groves and Mark Claremont were the Wimborne scorers.

Newtown Athletic kept alive their title hopes when they shaded it 4-3 against Shoulder of Mutton thanks to Kyle Graham’s brace and further goals from Tom Mann and Dan Molyneaux. Louis Baker-Stroud struck twice for Shoulder, with Adam Kelly also on target.

At the other end of the table, James Jose struck twice for NMO but Rushmere had the edge 3-2 thanks to Jon White and a couple of goals from Andy Gosling.

AFC East Christchurch made it seven straight Division Three victories when they hammered AFC Burton reserves 8-0 with goals from Ben Collie (2), Tom Easom (2), Charlie Barnes (2), Rich Sainsbury and Ryan Finch.

Bearwood Broncos returned to winning ways after surrendering their unbeaten record to AFC East Christchurch last time out.

Ash Williams struck twice and Lewis Mills added another to give the Broncos the verdict 3-2 against Richmond Park Rangers, who replied through Ben Bayes and Shane Spence.

Alex Corbin (2), James Palermo (2), Lee Corbin and Charlie King were the Tower Park marksman when they blew Bournemouth Athletic away 6-2. Ash Damen scored both Athletic goals.

AFC Fiveways led 3-1 against Poole Wanderers thanks to Billy Howson and a couple of goals from Sam Fudge but George Wescott scored his second goal of the game for Wanderers before Scott Burbidge equalised from the penalty spot to earn them a 3-3 draw.

Portchester are three points behind Division Four leaders Vienna Suttoners reserves with two games in hand after their 3-1 win over Poole Borough thanks to Alex Hawey and a couple of goals from Stuart Marshall. Tony O’Callaghan scored Borough’s consolation goal from the penalty spot.

KB Sports remain in contention after Jamie Wilson and Kieron Mulvey scored two each in their 5-0 drubbing of Branksome Liberal, the other goal coming from Ricardo Thomas.

Division Six leaders Woodville Wanderers completed their campaign with a 5-0 victory over Longfleet thanks to Barney Greenway, Josh Charalambous, Barnaby Earl and a couple of goals from Aaron Towers.

Nearest rivals JP Morgan reserves are five points behind with three games to play after Yusuf Akanni (2), Joe Taylor (2) and Dan Hunter gave them the upper hand 5-3 against Quayside. Harry Parkinson, Kai McCrow and Tom Shutler were the Quayside scorers.

Siemens kept alive their title hopes when they swept aside Academy 5-2 courtesy of goals from Billy Mackey (2), Cameron Cloggie, Andy Cordial and Ian Kay. Charlie Rees scored both Academy goals.

Christchurch are seven points clear in the Under-18 Division after Finlay Evans, Reece Malkin, Jacob Miller and Joe Pigott gave them a 4-1 victory over Redhill Rangers.

Nearest rivals Hamworthy Recreation were beaten 3-1 by Ringwood Town, who they are due to meet in the Endeavour Cup final.

Luke Scrimshaw struck twice when MA Hart Pickford Cup holders Bournemouth Manor claimed their place in a third straight final with a 3-1 victory over Gotham.

Scrimshaw put Manor ahead on the half hour but Shane Sheridan equalised three minutes into the second half.

The Division One side were only level for a minute, though, as Adam Janes restored Manor’s lead and Gotham’s hopes of an upset were dashed when Scrimshaw scored his second in the 75th minute.

Shaun Waterman struck for New Milton Eagles in Hayward Saturday League Division Two but FC Barolo were 4-1 winners thanks to Dan Jeffryes, Andre Almeida and a couple of goals from Leon Samson.

Leaders Talbot Rise need just two points from their two remaining games to become champions, one of which is against championship rivals Gotham reserves.

Rhys Williams’ hat-trick gave Ringwood United the upper hand 4-2 against Bisterne United reserves.

James Barwood was the other Ringwood marksman with Tyler Radcliffe and Charlie King replying for Bisterne.

Lewis Sainval was Bournemouth Electric’s hat-trick hero when they took over at the top of the Premier Division on goal difference following their 5-1 triumph over Hamworthy Recreation.

Sam Forrester and substitute Jack Kinge Phillips were the other Electric scorers, with Matt Riggs scoring the Hammers' consolation.

At the other end of the table, Bisterne United recorded their first league win of the season when Elliott Peck’s hat-trick proved decisive in a 5-3 success against AFC Burton.

Timo Gleed scored the other two Bisterne goals while Burton replied through Sam Nash, Matt Nicholls and Dan Seymour.

Queen's Park Athletic went three points clear at the top of Division One after Harry Montacute’s strike just before the interval settled the issue 1-0 in a tense game against third-place Milford.

Josh Bishop netted for Bransgore United but Mudeford Men's Club got the better of them 2-1 thanks to goals from Ally Rider and Harry Dye.