TOM Mann, Liam Holland and Dale Walters all fired in hat-tricks as Newtown Athletic crushed AFC Stourvale 16-0 in Division One.

Lee Matthews, Gary Earl, and Elliott Morley added two each with Ian Male also on target.

Tower Park led 2-1 through Joe Heron and Callum Read at half time in Division Two, but Bournemouth Sports Mercury just got the better of them 3-2 thanks to Dan Felton and a couple of goals from Dean Norman.

It was a similar story in Division Four where tail-enders Alderney Manor reserves led with goals from Jamie O’Hara and Scott Logan, but were denied their first point of the season when Matt Justice, Danny Mirto and Liam Carpenter gave Kirkfield United the edge 3-2.

JP Morgan reserves remain five points clear at the top of Division Five after shading it 3-2 against Home Style through Yusuf Akanni, Lewis Ross and an own goal. Nick Burton and Jason Knight were the Home Style scorers.

Adam Neesam scored both goals when nearest rivals Branksome Liberal subdued Siemans 2-0, but third placed Kraken Sports’ perfect record was ruined when Woodville Wanderers upended them 3-0 with goals from Ashley Boyt, Rob Scadding and Leon Samson.

Karl Chalkley was the four-goal star when 100 per cent Poole Rovers went back on top of Division Six after trouncing Siemens Reserves 12-0. Lewis Worrell and Harry Chown both struck twice with Joe Rendell, Sam Chown, Jamie Marten and Daniel Massieu-King adding one each.

Ed Ewens rattled in five as Bournemouth Manor trounced Carisbrooke United 13-2 on the Isle of Wight in the second round of the Hampshire Trophy.

Ryan Johnson and Luke Pidgley bagged two each for the reigning Hayward Saturday League champions with Martin Sault, Adam Janes, Matty Head, and Darren Orchard also on target.

AFC Burton crashed to a 7-0 defeat against FC Strawberry in the second round of the Hampshire Vase while Carl James, Callum Burt and Kieron Goldrick were the Westover Bournemouth reserves marksmen away to Meon Milton, who were 4-3 winners.

All other Saturday league & cup games were postponed due to waterlogged pitches.

Redhill Rangers netted through Olly Jones, Jack Gubbins and a couple of goals from Trevin Michelo, but under-18 division pacesetters Boscombe Albion had the upper hand 6-4 thanks to Lyle Simpson’s hat-trick and further goals from Jamie Burgess (2) and Jack Scanlan.

James Stocker struck twice for Muscliffe Dynamos, but Ringwood Town Reds were 4-2 winners thanks to Elliot Hemmings, Jack Musselwhite, Dylan Cooper and an own goal.

Jayden Double and Josh Monks netted for Greenfields in the third round of the Hampshire Sunday Under-18s Cup, but Sholing Development Youth were 7-2 winners.