BOURNEMOUTH Electric opened up a four-point lead at the top of the Hayward Saturday Premier Division with a 5-2 success against Bransgore United.

In an explosive start by Electric, Abraham Adesoji stunned the visitors by scoring twice in the opening minutes of the game and the Sparkies added a third after 10 minutes through Mustapha Jagne.

Bransgore recovered their composure but they conceded again on the half hour when Lucas Gelsleichter gave Electric a commanding four-goal lead.

Sam Robinson pulled one back for Bransgore eight minutes into the second half and, a couple minutes later, they struck again through Ed Page.

Electric had the last word though with Nasim Meddah running through to score their fifth goal five minutes from time.

Meanwhile, Matt Vining, Josh Barton-Coup and Hedley Hazell netted for Milford but Westover Bournemouth just got the better of them 4-3 through Wayne Nagy, Arthur Riley, Edgar Zanin and Alex Mackenzie to strengthen their grip on third place.

Jack Riggs and Karl Foster struck for Westover Bournemouth reserves but the Division One pacesetters went down 5-2 to New Milton Eagles.

Lee Gilbert and Ben Haffenden bagged two each for the Eagles with their other strike coming courtesy of an own goal.

MA Hart Hayward Cup winners Bisterne United closed the gap on the leading pair with a 3-1 victory over AFC Burton thanks to Sam Hills and a couple of goals from Matt Steer. Mitchell Cannings was the Burton scorer.

Bournemouth Electric reserves also remain in contention after their 6-1 triumph over Ringwood United.

Adam Louka and Mustapha Agheba bagged two apiece with Lee Pearson and Kyle Leach also on target. George Dowiee scored Ringwood’s consolation goal.

Mahmoud Ahamed struck twice for FC Barolo with Patrick Rogerson and Joe Hall adding one each but they still await that elusive first win of the season after Fordingbridge Turks emerged 8-4 winners thanks to Alex Marshall’s brace and further goals from Lee Kirby, Cal Fraser, Tom Goddard, Darion Warner and Ben Moseley.