QUEENS Park Athletic are the early leaders of Hayward Saturday Premier Division after making it three wins in a row.

Martin Smith, Callum Parry, Mike Wheeler (pen) and Jordan Monks accounted for Bournemouth League newcomers Ringwood Town Development Squad 4-1. Sam Winterbourne scored the consolation goal for Ringwood.

Abraham Adesoji and Lucas Gelsleichter gave Bournemouth Electric a two-goal first half-lead against Mudeford Men’s Club who halved the deficit after the break through Liam Walls.

Mustapha Jagne restored Electric’s two-goal advantage with a superb free-kick before Adesoji added his second. Adesoji was then brought down in the penalty area and Jagne converted the spot-kick to complete a 5-1 victory for the Sparkies.

Milford also maintained their perfect record when they subdued Verwood All Stars 4-1 through Scott Jennings, Matt Burgess and a couple of goals from Matt Vining. Tom Froud was the Verwood goalscorer.

Shane Barney and Brad Aspin scored two each when reigning champions Bournemouth Manor hammered Bransgore United 7-2. Terry Foote, Ed Ewens and Adam Janes were the other Manor marksmen with Ross Aimson and Antoine Clarke replying for the visitors.

Bisterne United lead the way in Division One despite trailing to a first-half goal from Lee Phibbs against Ringwood United. Bisterne responded through Dan Taylor and a couple of goals from Luke Gogan to win 3-1.

FC Barolo took an early two-goal lead through Mahmoud Ahamed and Ben Alfert but Verwood All Stars Development Squad came storming back to trounce them 10-2 courtesy of Yusuf Akanni’s four-goal blast.

Charles Weir’s brace, a couple of Lewis Rezzougui penalties and further goals from Elliot Cooper and Liam McNally increased the margin of victory.

Liam House plundered a hat-trick in Talbot Rise’s 7-0 triumph over Winkton Athletic with the other goals coming via Sean Eaton (2), Brandon MacKinlay and Nick Thomas.

AFC Burton were 3-0 winners against Fordingbridge Turks thanks to Casey Bonsfield, Scott Downer, and Mitchell Cannings.

Joe Humphries struck twice in Westover Bournemouth reserves’ 4-1 success against New Milton Eagles with Jordan Picken and Fasica Michael adding one each. Justin Keeler was the Eagles scorer.