IT WAS raining goals at a very damp Kinson Manor when Terry Foote’s hat-trick gave Bournemouth Manor the verdict in a 6-5 thriller against Ringwood Town development in the Hayward Saturday Premier Division.

Brad Aspin, Ed Ewens and Darren Spiers added one each for the reigning champions, while Ringwood replied through Kieran Dinnivan (2), Max Fletcher, Dan Hawkins and an own goal.

Manor now top the pile on goal difference from Queens Park Athletic, Bournemouth Electric and Westover.

Westover Bournemouth reserves move up to third place in Division One after their 9-0 triumph over depleted Ringwood United, who played most of the game with only eight men.

Jack Riggs, Fasico Wolde-Michael and Connor Picken bagged two apiece for Westover with Kyle Allman, Joe Humphries and Matt Baker also on target.

In the other Division One game, Mitchell Cannings struck twice in AFC Burton’s 3-1 success against FC Barolo.

Ryan Bailey was the other Burton scorer with Charlie Guy replying for Barolo.

Alex Spencer and Liam Welton scored two each in Mudeford Mens Club’s 7-1 hammering of Fordingbridge Turks in the first round of the MA Hart Pickford Cup.

Travis Bussell, Kevin Slapp and Sam Wiggins were the other Mudeford marksmen with Tom Goddard scoring the Turks’ consolation goal.

Meanwhile, Liam McNally struck for Verwood All Stars Development in the first round of the Dorset Intermediate Cup but they went down 3-1 to Blandford United reserves.

On Sunday, Jordan Osmond was the seven-goal star when Scott V trounced Division Four rivals Grange Athletic 13-0 in their MA Hart Lawrence A Brivati Cup quarter-final at Chapel Gate.

Danny Hayward and Matt Chapman-Burnett added two each for the rampant victors with Roberto Jardim and Matt Cooke also on target.

Mustapha Agheba and Jamie White both notched hat-tricks in AFC Burton’s 8-0 triumph over Tower Park in the second round of the MA Hart In-Excess Cup with Ananda Nair and Casey Bonsfield adding one each.

Branksome Liberal are yet to be beaten in Division Five this season but they suffered a shock defeat in the first round of the MA Hart Nicholas Read Cup when Division Six strugglers Siemens reserves surprised them 3-0.

They progressed thanks to Aidan Reynolds and a couple of goals from Andy Cordial.

Charlie Ryan netted for Grange Athletic reserves but Division Five pacesetters JP Morgan reserves had the upper hand 3-1 through Lloyd Wallen and a Callum Hare brace.

Aaron Towers and Leon Samson nabbed two each in Woodville Wanderers’ 5-1 victory over Home Style. James Hoff was the other Woodville marksman with Nick Burton scoring Home Style’s consolation goal.

In the only Hayward Sunday League game not postponed due to waterlogged pitches, Shoulder of Mutton chalked up their first win of the season in Division Two when first-half goals from Louis Baker and Adam Dawes ensured a 2-0 success against Bournemouth Sports Mercury.