ELLIS Greenslade led the way with a hat-trick when Poole Wanderers overpowered Forest United 6-2 in the second round of the Dorset Sunday Challenge Cup.

George Wescott (2) and Kieran Tomsett were the other Wanderers scorers with Kieran Rudge and Reece Miller replying for United.

Parkstone were also 6-2 winners when Jack Bennett (2), Jamie O’Shea (2), Dylan Bennett and Todd Coombs accounted for Kraken Sports. Peter Jones scored both Kraken goals.

Lukas Brown and Rhys Jessop struck for Siemens but Market House Tavern just got the better of them 3-2.

Despite a couple of goals from John Armour, Siemens reserves also bowed out in a 5-2 defeat against Branksome Liberal.

Andy Rigler scored twice for Liberal with Sam Arnold, Corbin Sherwood and Elliot Chapman adding one each.

Joe Moore’s hat-trick proved decisive when Newtown Athletic put paid to Home Style 4-1 in the third round of the MA Hart Robbins Cup. Lee Matthews was the other Newtown marksman with Nick Burton replying for Home Style.

Scott Logan and Henry Hodge netted for Alderney Manor reserves in the second round of the MA Hart Lawrence A Brivati Cup but Morden just got the better of them 3-2 thanks to Martin Haskell, Nathaniel Hobbs, and Rhys Phillips.

Ritchie Whiting struck twice in West Howe’s 4-2 success against Village Home in the second round of the John Ward Hampshire Sunday Senior Cup.

Adam Louka and Ryan Marshall added one each.

James Tunnicliffe struck for AFC Stourvale but they were beaten 4-1 by Fawley RBL.

Vienna Suttoners reserves sealed victory in the second round of the Hampshire Sunday Trophy when Daniel Haynes and Luke Scrimshaw gave them the verdict 2-1 against Watersedge Park.

Shoulder of Mutton finished all square 3-3 thanks to Joe Guerra and a couple of goals from Louis Baker but North End Cosmos squeezed through 5-4 on penalties.

NMO’s tie against Portsbridge United also went to penalties after Lee Borley scored in the 1-1 draw but it was Portsbridge who triumphed 5-4 in the shootout.

Goals from Steve Grogan and John White were not enough to save Rushmere from a 3-2 defeat against Fawley RBL reserves.

There were consolation goals from Ali Paton and Ian Marshall when AFC Fiveways were on the receiving end 8-2 against DCC.

Meanwhile Bearwood Broncos crashed to a 13-0 defeat against AC Meon.

Leon Sansom rattled in five when Woodville Wanderers hammered Phoenix United 11-3 in the second round of the Hampshire Sunday Vase.

Aaron Towers, Ethan Greenway and Rob Scadding added two each.

Hamed Shuhaytan and Ewan Burden gave Carling Sports reserves the edge 2-1 against Bridgemary Dynamos.

Boscombe Celtic A took a heavy 10-0 tumble against Horndean Hawks.

Dan Hallworth tucked away five and Alex Rossi bagged a hat-trick when Boscombe Celtic trounced Gypsy Queen 9-2 in the first round of the Hampshire Sunday Plate, with Jack Herbert also on target.

James Allen notched a hat-trick in New Milton Borough’s 4-0 victory over Grange Athletic with the other goal coming from Tyler Dale.