TALBOT Rangers sharpshooter Shane Sheridan took to 23 goals his tally in all competitions when he rattled in five in a 12-2 demolition of Newtown Athletic.

Sami Garcia bagged a hat-trick for hundred per cent Hayward Sunday League Division One outfit Rangers with Mickey Finch and Sami Makhloufi adding two each.

Liam Holland and Ian Male provided some consolation for Newtown.

AFC Branksome remain two points clear at the top of Division Two after their 3-1 success against Bournemouth Sports Mercury courtesy of Harry Blebta and a couple of goals from Sam Holland.

Simon Wiltshire was the Mercury marksman.

Ben Collie scored both goals to give nearest rivals AFC East Christchurch the edge 2-1 against NMO, who replied through Jake Fields.

Adam Dawes struck twice in Shoulder of Mutton’s 4-0 victory over Tower Park with Tim Somerfield and Jamie Lilley adding one each.

JP Morgan moved into the top four after subduing Bearwood Broncos 3-1 thanks to Luke Brown, Alan Bermejo and an own goal. Jordan Whittle was the Broncos scorer.

Division Three leaders Portchester and third-placed Poole Borough Rovers threw caution to the wind in a goal bonanza, with Ports emerging 9-5 winners.

Stu Marshall nabbed four, Alex Hawey notched a hat-trick while Kingsley White grabbed the other two.

Solly Dyson and Curtis Harrison bagged two each for Borough with Tony O’Callaghan also on target.

John Bastable’s brace proved decisive when second-placed Vienna Suttoners Reserves shaded it 4-3 against Rushmere.

Sam Purdy and Luke Scrimshaw were the other Suttoners scorers with Rushmere replying through Steve Grogan, Thomas Hull and Phil Nicolaou.

Poole Wanderers were 3-1 up through Josh Walter and a couple of goals from Joe Wood but AFC Fiveways came back to salvage a 3-3 draw with goals from Ian Marshall (2) and George Reilly.

Upton Sociedad are second in Division Four on goal difference after Jack Kingham and Sam Smithard clinched a narrow 2-1 win over Kirkfield United, who replied through Marcos Rodriguez.

Third-placed Scott V were 3-1 winners against Grange Athletic thanks to Matty Chapman-Burnett, Matthew Cooke and Thomas Beaumont. Josh Smith was the Grange scorer.

Boscombe Celtic took a heavy 7-0 tumble against Parkstone with Jack Bennett, Jamie O’Shea, and Andy Pugh bagging two each and Matt Knight adding the other one.

Henry Hodge and Scott Roberts both grabbed hat-tricks when Alderney Manor reserves opened their points account with a 7-2 triumph over Morden.

Scott Logan was the other Alderney scorer with Jamie Minett and Rhys Phillips replying for Morden.

Second-placed Branksome Liberal preserved their unbeaten record in Division Five with a 0-0 draw against Kraken Sports.

Boscombe Celtic reserves chalked up their fifth successive victory when they gave Parkstone Athletic a 5-1 drubbing.

James Morris struck twice for Celtic with Webster Muringayi, Richard Alderson and Mark Jimmy adding one each. Kane Mitchell was the Parkstone scorer.

Kane Gravestock and Harvey Boothby netted for Forest United but they had to settle for a point when Dan Jones and Ian Kay earned Siemens a 2-2 draw.

New Milton Borough still await their first points of the season after Lee Burton settled the issue 1-0 for Home Style.

West Howe Rovers went back on top of Division Six after Brandon Hamerston, Troy Light, Mark Brock and Jarad King clinched a 4-1 victory over Siemens reserves.

Tom Shutler netted for Quayside but Boscombe Celtic A just got the better of them 2-1 thanks to Alex Mackenzie and Ollie Payne.

Longfleet walloped Grange Athletic reserves 6-1 courtesy of Tom Smart’s hat-trick and further goals from Kane Darbinson (2) and James Horvath. Jamie Goddard scored Athletic’s consolation goal.

High-flying Boscombe Albion are three points clear at the top of the Under-18 Division after their 6-1 triumph over Greenfields.

Jack Scanlan, Jamie Burgess, Josh Nace, Kieran Day and a couple of goals from Lyle Simpson boosted Boscombe. Alex Rodrigues scored the Greenfields consolation goal.

Ringwood Town Reds are off the mark following their 7-2 victory over Ringwood Town Whites.

Callum Gregory bagged a brace for the Reds with the other goals coming from Alex Turner, Elliot Hemmings, Dylan Cooper, Jack Boyle and Harry Loose.