HAMWORTHY United swept aside Fareham Town thanks to a late flurry of goals in their Wessex Premier clash.

The game was locked goalless midway through the second half, but strikes from James King, Connor Cocklin, Lee Francis and Cameron Munn guided Hammers to an impressive 4-0 victory.

Tim Sills's men sit 11th in the table with 10 games to play.

Meanwhile, Christchurch's march towards the top continued with a priceless 1-0 win at Lymington Town.

Max Wilcock scored the only goal of the contest, which sees Priory leapfrog Lymo up into fourth.

Christchurch have now won five games in a row without conceding and are eight points off leaders Alresford Town, with four games still in hand.

In Division One, Verwood Town battled back from 2-0 down to draw with Romsey Town.

Early goals from Liam Magee and Nathan Gray put the visitors in control at Potterne Park, but Lee Vint reduced the arrears just before the break.

Owen Nicholson then levelled up the contest shortly after the hour mark. Martin Smith came close to grabbing a winner late on, heading against the crossbar, but the sides shared a 2-2 draw.

Bashley are through to the Southampton Senior Cup semi-finals following a 2-1 win at Sholing.

An own goal and Conor Whiteley strike gave Bash the lead, before Dan Mason's late consolation.