RYAN Attree and Ben Collie both bagged hat-tricks when AFC East Christchurch took over on top of Division Two of the Hayward Sunday League.

They earned a resounding 7-1 triumph over Tower Park. Charlie Barnes was the other Christchurch scorer with Charlie King replying for Tower.

Louis Baker steered Shoulder of Mutton to a 1-0 win over Bournemouth Sports Mercury, while Terry Daly’s late winner gave Vienna Suttoners the verdict 4-3 against AFC Branksome.

Suttoners’ other goals came via Brad Connell, Dave Brown and an own goal while Branksome replied through Max Evans, Harry Gately and an own goal.

Meanwhile, Dan Edwards struck for Bearwood Broncos but NMO extended their unbeaten run to four games when they emerged 4-1 winners thanks to Liam Lavis and a James Jose hat-trick.

Stuart Marshall led the way with a hat-trick with Mark Wood and Alex Hawey adding two each when Division Three pacesetters Portchester gave Poole Wanderers a 7-1 thumping.

George Wescott scored the Wanderers consolation goal.

Vienna Suttoners reserves are just a point behind with two games in hand after their 4-1 victory over AFC Fiveways.

New signing Steve Flynn struck twice with Chris Hack and John Bastable also on target, while Ali Paton scored for Fiveways.

Lee Vint’s hat-trick proved decisive in AFC Burton’s 5-2 success against Iford Park Rangers.

Ollie Nicholls and Casey Bonsfield were the other Burton marksmen while Rangers replied through Brett Barrass and an own goal.

Kirkfield United’s seven-game winning streak in Division Four ended when leaders Loch & Quay reserves upended them 3-0 thanks to Sam Joyce, Declan Quinn and Scott Maidment.

Andy Pugh and Jamie O’Shea nabbed two each when second-placed Parkstone upended Alderney Manor reserves 6-3.

George Gibbs and Jack Bennett were the other Parkstone scorers while Alderney replied through Ashley Ayley and a couple of goals from Scott Logan.

In the other Division Four game, Alex Rossi’s strike for Boscombe Celtic was not enough to save them from a 4-1 defeat against Upton Sociedad whose goals came from Jamie Cooper, Ben Lees, Alex Airey and Ash Tizzard.

Division Five leaders Branksome Liberal opened the scoring in their final game of the season but championship rivals Kraken Sports came back through Dave Elliot and Pete Jones.

A last-minute equaliser looked to have ended Branksome’s run of three odd-goal defeats. It was not to be though as, with the very last action of the game, Shane Barney’s header from a Richard Fieldhouse corner gave Kraken the verdict 3-2.

Second-placed Boscombe Celtic reserves are now just two points adrift of Branksome with four games in hand after slamming Siemens 6-0 thanks to Mark Jimmy, Carl Phillips, Connor Picken, Jordan Picken and a couple of goals from Mark Claremont.

Division Six pacesetters Poole Rovers maintained their perfect record when they secured a 2-0 success against Grange Athletic reserves courtesy of Daniel Massieu-King and an own goal.

Reece Matthews struck twice in Boscombe Celtic A’s 3-1 win over Academy. Paul Sarge was the other Celtic marksmen with Alex Browning replying for the visitors.

Giacomo Bigazzi netted for Lymington Town but Hamworthy Recreation just got the better of them 2-1 in the Under-18 Division thanks to Oliver Bird and Joseph Scarano.