GOALS from Jamie Morgan, Dan Hiscock and Pepe Smith proved not enough for reigning Sunday Division One champions Loch & Quay as they were rocked 4-3 by promoted Alderney Manor.

Marc Jackson, Aaron Carrivick, Sam Thompson and Jim Crossin struck for Alderney to ensure they triumphed in a seven-goal bonanza.

Sami Makhloufi rattled in four on his debut for Talbot Rangers when they swept aside East Christchurch 7-1.

Rhys Newman, Shane Sheridan and Matty Ings added one each. Sam Kennedy scored the East Christchurch consolation goal from the penalty spot.

Kyle Leach, Tom Gagan and Sam Davis bagged two each in West Howe’s 6-2 victory over AFC Stourvale, who replied through Jake Cuddy and Robbie Johnston.

In the other Division One game, Abbey were 2-0 winners against Newtown Athletic thanks to goals from Chris Long and Dan Manuel.

Nathan Evans, Dave Weeden and Rich Vaughan grabbed two apiece when JP Morgan began their Division Two campaign with a resounding 10-0 triumph over Tower Park.

Luke Brown, Andy Gagan, Ben Gard and George Forrester also added one each.

Vienna Suttoners and Bournemouth Athletic shared the spoils in a 3-3 draw.

Brad Connell, Craig Warren and Tylor Burgis scored for Suttoners and Athletic replied through Matt McCrow and a couple of goals from Alan Marsh.

Martin Johnson, Ryan Barker and Jordan Parry gave AFC Branksome a 3-2 success against Bearwood Broncos, who replied through Dan Edwards and Reece Vincent.

Jamie Kay netted for Shoulder of Mutton but AFC East Christchurch just got the better of them 2-1 thanks to Tom Easom and Dan Cook.

Bournemouth Sports Mercury were also 2-1 winners when Dan Pine and Matt Underwood accounted for NMO, whose goal came from Lee Gilbert.

Matt Ford’s hat-trick proved decisive when AFC Wimborne shaded it 5-4 against Poole Borough Rovers in Division Three.

Pete Lawson and Dave Ashley were the other Wimborne marksmen with Adam Frohlich and Connor Whitlock scoring two each for Rovers.

Portchester could not have wished for a better start when they took a two-goal lead against AFC Burton after just five minutes thanks to Alex Hawey and Kingsley White.

But Burton managed to salvage a 3-3 draw though courtesy of Joe Duffy and a couple of goals from Casey Bonsfield. Stuart Marshall was the other Portchester marksman, giving them a 3-1 half time lead.

Sam Purdy scored both Vienna Suttoners reserves goals in their 2-0 win over Poole Wanderers while Dan Baguley earned Iford Park Rangers a 1-1 draw against AFC Fiveways, who replied through George Reilly.

Andy Pugh notched a hat-trick in Parkstone’s 10-2 triumph over Morden in Division Four with Jack Bennett, Callum Streamer and Matt Knight adding two each.

George Gibbs was the other Parkstone scorer, while Morden replied through Rhys Phillips and Nathaniel Hobbs.

Upton Sociedad netted through Alex Airey and a couple of goals from Jamie Cooper but Loch & Quay reserves had the upper hand 6-3 thanks to Joe Kimber’s hat-trick and further goals from Ciaran Quinn, Declan Quinn and Patrick Barnes.

Dan Hallworth struck twice in Boscombe Celtic’s 4-2 win over Alderney Manor reserves with Alex Rossi and Paul Bright adding one each.

Kelly Barth and Jordan Mann were the Alderney scorers.

Bradley Miles’s brace for Poole Borough Rovers reserves was to no avail when Scott V upended them 5-2 with goals from Jordan Osmond (2), Matt Chapman-Burnett (2) and Danny Hayward.

Adam Neesam was the four-goal star of Branksome Liberal’s 5-0 victory over Boscombe Celtic reserves in Division Five with Mike Richardson also on target.

Yusuf Akanni led the way with a hat-trick when JP Morgan reserves hammered New Milton Borough 8-1.

Lloyd Wallen (2), Jon Asante, Lewis Ross and Callum Hare were the other JP Morgan marksmen with Tyler Dale scoring the Borough consolation goal.

Ethan Greenway and Leon Samson nabbed two each when Woodville Wanderers poleaxed Forest United 6-0 with Aaron Towers and Steve Manns also scoring.

Ashley Parrett and Jack Lockyer gave Home Style the edge 2-1 against Parkstone Athletic, who replied through Billy Joyce.

Siemens netted through Cameron Cloggie and Rhys Jessop but Kraken Sports were 5-2 winners thanks to Ross Dominey (2), Dan Palmer (2) and Toby Ambrose.

Karl Chalkley let rip with another four-goal blast in Poole Rovers’s 5-0 hammering of Siemens reserves in Division Six with Will Matthews also on target.

Jarad King, Tom Jackson, Jordan Hamerston and Ryan Cole were the West Howe reserves’ scorers in their 4-1 victory over Quayside, who replied through Daniel Eggleton.

Adam Walsh and Jamie Goddard netted for Grange Athletic reserves but Boscombe Celtic A had the edge 3-2 thanks to Jake Morgan, Neil McCormack and Roland Cornell.

Kane Darbinson and James Horvath gave Longfleet a 2-0 success against Academy in manager Panashe Tauringana’s first game in charge.

Kayne Barnett scored all four goals in Kings Park Dynamos’ 4-1 victory over Greenfield in the Under-18 Division. Alex Rodrigues scored the Greenfield consolation goal.

Joe Scarano and Tyler Pearce netted for Hamworthy Recreation but Boscombe Albion just got the better of them 3-2 thanks to Lyle Simpson and a couple of goals from Teo Olden.

Noah Peirce and Rory Legood gave Lymington Town a 2-0 success against Muscliffe Dynamos.

Ralf Lloyd’s brace proved decisive for Ringwood Town in their 3-1 win over Redhill Rangers. Cian Lynch was the Redhill scorer while Ringwood’s other strike came courtesy of an own goal.