GOALS from Max Wilcock and Kyle Graham ensured Christchurch’s impressive start to the Wessex Premier campaign continued.

The Hurn Bridge outfit recorded a 2-0 home success over Poppies to seal their ninth league win in 14 games.

Ollie Cherrett’s men have totalled 29 points this campaign, seven fewer than leaders Alresford with a game in hand.

Poppies have just three wins and 11 points from their opening 16 fixtures.

Meanwhile, Cameron Beard and Conor Whiteley struck for Bashley in their 2-1 away success at Brockenhurst, who replied through a Jude Nwachukwu penalty.

Sam House, Steve Flynn, Tim Stephenson and Dom Falco were all on target as Lymington overcame Cowes Sports 4-0 to take home three points from the Isle of Wight.

Harrison White and Ash Pope struck for Hamworthy United but Tim Sills’s men had to settle for a point in a 2-2 draw with AFC Stoneham.

In Wessex One, Ringwood Town recorded their fourth win from 14 league games after overcoming Bemerton 2-1 at home.

A last-minute winner from Ryan Hamm proved the difference, Nasim Meddah was also on target for Ringwood, who moved into 15th spot in the league table.

Dom Taylor’s strike earned New Milton Town a 1-1 draw at home to Folland Sports.