EAST Christchurch SSC stacked up a sublime 16-goal haul in their emphatic Hayward Sunday League Division One demolition of Newtown Athletic.

Mal Thomas recorded a double-hat-trick in the 16-2 romp, while Max Fletcher and Pete Old weighed in with trebles for the hosts. There were also goals for Harry Smith, Jonny King, Sol Bower and Diego Galusni.

Newtown’s goals came from Joe Moore and Aseel Bajandouh.

Elsewhere in the division, Sam Lanahan netted four times in leaders Abbey’s 9-4 win at AFC Stourvale.

Jack Holland and John Webb pitched in with a brace each – Chris Long was also on target. Nathan Saxby hit a hat-trick for Stourvale with Alistair Garard also scoring.

Jamie Morgan and Danny Hiscock both scored in Loch & Quay’s 2-1 win at West Howe, who replied through Tommy King.

Dan Cook’s double paved the way for AFC East Christchurch to overcome Bournemouth Sports Mercury 2-1 in Division Two. Dean Norman replied for the hosts.

Jamie Barrett and Harry Blebta scored for Tower Park and AFC Branksome respectively as the sides played out a 1-1 draw.

George Wescott’s hat-trick along with goals from Ellis Greenslade (2) and Alex Brown ensured Poole Wanderers hammered Poole Borough Rovers 6-2 in Division Three. Mitchell Causer and Conor Jevon scored for Rovers.

Mustapha Agheba and Jamie White bagged for AFC Burton but they were held to a 2-2 draw with Rushmere, who struck through Kimble Fung and Phil Nicolaou.

In Division Four, Danny Hallworth bagged a four-timer in Boscombe Celtic’s 7-4 success over Scott V.

Ben Di Verdi, Carlos Costa and Jack Herbert also netted for the hosts, while Scott V’s goals came through doubles for Matthew Nailer and Jordan Osmond.

Parkstone overcame Kirkfield United 4-2 away from home thanks to Tom Coombes (2), Jamie O’Shea and Andy Pugh. Danny Mirto and Matt Justice replied for the hosts.

Hamad Aldawsari’s goal proved decisive as Grange Athletic beat Upton Sociedad 1-0.

Ryan Mabey and Lewis Tapley notched for Branksome Liberal in their 2-0 triumph over Division Five rivals new Milton Borough.

Yusuf Akanni (2), Lewis Ross, Dan Hunter, Joe Taylor and Paul Atkinson all chipped in with goals during JP Morgan reserves’ 6-0 thumping of Forest United.

John Armour’s four goals proved the difference in Siemens reserves’ 4-0 success over Academy in Division Six.

George Smith’s double earned Quayside a point in a 2-2 draw with Grange Athletic reserves, who replied through Tom Corkett and Stephen Barton.

Alec Mackenzie (2) and Paul Sarge’s goals proved not enough for Boscombe Celtic A as they drew 3-3 with West Howe reserves. Tom Jackson, Troy Light and Brandon Hamerston were on target for West Howe.

  • Joshua Stoodley, Nathan Parry and Samuel Howson all found the net as Ringwood Town White got the better of Muscliff Dynamos 3-2 in Under-18 Division.

Doubles for Josh Monks and Alex Rodrigues paved the way for Greenfields to overcome Redhill 7-2 away from home. 

Jacob Monk, Jordan Quinn and Ben Reynolds also bagged for the victors. Redhill’s goals came through Cian Lynch and Oliver Jones.

Hamworthy Recreation and Ringwood Town Red played out a goalless draw in Group A of the Under-18 Endeavour Challenge Cup.