HAYWARD Saturday Premier Division champions Bournemouth Manor remained three points clear at the top of the table.

Matty Head, Ed Ewens and Darren Spiers ensured a 3-1 success for the title chasers against Verwood All Stars, who replied though Tony Bellot.

Nearest rivals Ringwood Town development made it four wins from their past five outings when they shaded it 3-2 at Milford thanks to Diego Mora Madden and a couple of goals from Joshua Ridland.

Jack Pallant and Scott Jennings were the Milford marksmen.

Ben Haffenden fired a four-goal blast when New Milton Eagles gave AFC Burton an 8-2 thumping in Division One.

Justin Keeler and James Vibert added two each for the Eagles while Joe Sparks provided both Burton goals.

Meanwhile, Winkton Athletic chalked up their first win when Timi Touiho and Charlie Castro accounted for Fordingbridge Turks 2-0.

There was a respectful minute’s silence before the MA Hart Pickford Cup second-round tie between Westover Bournemouth and Bournemouth Electric, following the recent passing of Charlie Dibba who had been a popular member of both clubs.

When the action got underway, Westover took a two-goal lead in the first half through Jordan Mann and Rory Ward.

Electric halved the deficit immediately after the break through Clajudio Carvalho but Arthur Riley restored Westover’s advantage.

Electric replied again through substitute Ranel Davis in the closing stages to ensure a tense finish but Westover held out to win 3-2.

Cup holders Queens Park Athletic are through to the semi-finals after a JJ Rayner strike and a Stuart Senior penalty gave them the verdict 2-1 in their third-round tie against Ringwood United, who replied through Chris Clark.

Kieron Goldrick struck for Westover Bournemouth reserves in the third round of the MA Hart Hayward Cup but Bisterne United cruised into the semi-finals with an emphatic 7-1 triumph.

They struck through a Charlie King hat-trick and further goals from Elliot Peck, Sam Hills, Ash Jones and Danny Tubbs.

Ed Page netted for Bransgore United but their Hampshire Trophy campaign came to an end in the second round when BTC (Southampton) just got the better of them 2-1.

Bournemouth Electric reserves are through to the third round of the Hampshire Vase after Matty Ings, Mustapha Agheba, Joe Sullivan and Adam Louka gave them the upper hand 4-2 against Braishfield reserves.

FC Barolo netted through Damen Chattern and a couple of goals from Charlie Guy but they bowed out of the Dorset Junior Cup in the first round in a 6-3 defeat against Pymore.