LEADERS Queens Park Athletic remained on top of Hayward Saturday Premier Division despite going down 3-2 to Westover Bournemouth.

Westover’s Rory Ward broke the deadlock after 55 minutes and their goalkeeper Rob Voysey made amends for giving away a penalty 10 minutes later by saving the resulting spot-kick.

Martin Smith put Queens Park back on level terms with a 75th-minute header and he went close again before Westover went straight down the other end to restore their lead through Kyle Allman.

Rory Ward scored his second of the game for Westover in the 89th minute, Queens Park’s Ollie Ledsham pulled it back to 3-2 in stoppage time.

Bournemouth Electric joined Queens Park and Westover on nine points when Tim Constable and Abraham Adesoji bagged two each to give them the upper hand 4-2 against Ringwood Town’s development squad.

Ringwood replied through Harrison Clarke and Dan Hawkins.

Meanwhile Ed Ewens and Luke Scrimshaw nabbed two apiece in Bournemouth Manor’s 6-0 triumph over Mudeford Mens Club, with Scott Pilcher and Mark Wheeler adding one each.

Bisterne United are five points clear at the top of Division One after Sam Hills (2), Luke Gogan and Charlie King gave them the edge 4-3 against Westover Bournemouth reserves, who replied through Connor Picken and a couple of goals from Kieron Goldrick.

Verwood All Stars development squad lead the chasing pack after their 7-1 hammering of AFC Burton.

Cal Botterill and Yusuf Akanni bagged two each with the other goals coming via Liam McNally, Cavan James and Kebba Balajo.

There were braces from both Sean Eaton and Tylor Burgis in Talbot Rise’s 6-1 victory over FC Barolo.

Bournemouth Electric reserves were 4-1 winners against New Milton Eagles thanks to Adam Louka, Ben Hatch and a couple of goals from Lee Pearson.

Lee Kirby, Cal Fraser and Alex Marshall netted for Fordingbridge Turks but they had to settle for a point when Timi Touiho, Connor Mitchell and Callum Zikmund earned Winkton Athletic a 3-3 draw.