SHANE Sheridan unleashed a four-goal burst when Hayward Sunday League Division One pacesetters Talbot Rangers blitzed AFC Stourvale 8-0.

His goals were accompanied by Mickey Finch, Marcus Cullen and a brace from Sami Makhloufi.

Abbey remain level on points with the leaders, having played a game more, after Kenny Strong, Sam Lanahan and Simon Bereznicki ensured a 3-0 victory over West Howe.

East Christchurch SSC led with first-half goals from Jonny King, Aza Khider and Jamie Trimble against Loch & Quay, who replied after the break courtesy of an Alex Whitehouse own goal.

Alderney Manor were also 3-1 winners thanks to Luke Pidgley and a couple of goals from Sam Thompson against Newtown Athletic, whose goal came from Liam Holland.

AFC East Christchurch took over on top of Division Two after Dan Cook struck twice to subdue Tower Park 2-1. Alex Corbin was the Tower Park scorer.

In the other Division Two game, Josh Thompson netted for Vienna Suttoners but Bearwood Broncos gave them a 5-1 hammering thanks to Jordan Whittle, Ash Williams, Reece Vincent, Ryan Dunnings and Dan Edwards.

Joe Wood struck for Poole Wanderers but they had to settle for a point in Division Three when Ollie Nicholls earned AFC Burton a 1-1 draw.

Patrick Barnes was the five-goal star when Loch & Quay reserves maintained their three-point lead at the top of Division Four with an emphatic 8-0 triumph over Morden.

Matt Jones, Joe Kimber and Alex Eaton were also on target.

Danny Hayward’s hat-trick proved decisive when nearest rivals Scott V got the better of Boscombe Celtic 4-2. Matty Naylor was the other Scott V marksman with Dan Hallworth scoring both Celtic goals.

Lee Tabor and Richard Witherington netted for Grange Athletic but they were beaten 3-2 by Poole Borough Rovers reserves.

Kraken Sports opened up a three-point lead in Division Five when Toby Ambrose and George Sayer clinched a 2-0 success against Forest United to preserve their perfect record.

Dan Hunter struck for nearest rivals JP Morgan reserves but they went down 3-1 to Boscombe Celtic reserves, who netted through Richard Alderson and a couple of goals from Connor Picken.

Aaron Towers and Rob Scadding netted for Woodville Wanderers but Parkstone Athletic just got the better of them 3-2 with goals from Dave Payne, Sam Broom and Kane Mitchell.

Rhys Jessop bagged a brace when Siemens kickstarted their season with a 5-0 victory over Home Style. Cam Cloggie, Ian Kay and Lukas Brown were the other Siemens marksmen.

Karl Chalkley struck twice when hundred per cent Poole Rovers upended Longfleet 3-0 to go three points clear at the top of Division Six. Chris Neesam was the other Rovers scorer.

Joseph Scarano’s hat-trick proved decisive in Hamworthy Recreation’s 4-1 victory over Ringwood Town Reds in Under-18 Division with James Third also on target.

Sam Howson netted for Ringwood Town Whites but Kings Park Dynamos just got the better of them 2-1 thanks to Kayne Barnett and an own goal.

Ben Mead struck twice in Muscliffe Dynamos’ 5-1 triumph over Greenfields with Lewis Wykes, Reece White and James Stocker also on target. Alex Rodrigues scored the Greenfields consolation goal.