RINGWOOD Town’s development side just got the better of Bransgore United 3-2 to open their points account in the Hayward Saturday Premier Division.

The Ringwood youngsters caught Bransgore cold with a goal in the first minute from Sammy Brown and Cameron Nixon added a second a few minutes later.

Bransgore replied on the half hour with a Ryan Maxfield header and they were on level terms six minutes later through Joe Spolander.

Ringwood were back in front before the interval however, courtesy of a Nixon free-kick which proved the winner.

Verwood All Stars development are just two points off the summit in Division One after Liam McNally rattled in four and Yusuf Akanni bagged a hat-trick in their 9-1 hammering of FC Barolo.

Mark Plunkett and Cal Botterill were the other Verwood marksmen.

New Milton Eagles doubled their points total when Ashley Booker settled the issue 1-0 against Ringwood United.

Meanwhile, Terry Foote and Brad Aspin nabbed two apiece to give Hayward Saturday Premier champions Bournemouth Manor the upper hand 4-2 against Brockenhurst reserves in the first round of the Hampshire FA Trophy.

Westover Bournemouth finished all square 2-2 at Northwood St Johns thanks to goals from Kyle Foster and Mohamad Alrawas but went out 4-2 on penalties.

Bournemouth Electric also bowed out when Abraham Adesoji’s goal was not enough to save them from a 4-1 defeat against Lymington Town reserves.

Mudeford Men’s Club went down 4-0 to Moneyfields reserves while Queens Park Athletic suffered a 6-0 defeat against Whiteley Wanderers.

Division One leaders Bisterne United are safely through the first round of the Hampshire FA Vase thanks to a 4-1 victory over Wey Valley through Sam Hills, Jack Gibbs, Dan Arnold and an own goal.

Liam House struck twice in Talbot Rise’s 4-2 success against AFC Station with Sean Eaton and Brandon MacKinlay adding one each.

Kieron Goldrick steered Westover Bournemouth reserves through 1-0 against Hamble United.

Joe Sullivan and Tom Gagan gave Bournemouth Electric reserves the verdict 2-1 against Fordingbridge Turks.

Owen Simmons scored Winkton Athletic’s consolation goal when they were beaten 5-1 by Capital.