STEVE Cuss hailed his side's "outstanding" efforts in front of goal as Cherries Women thrashed Warsash Wasps 11-0 in the Southern Premier League.

Four goals from Becky Miles led the charge for the table-toppers, with Rosie Eden, Katie Kingshott and Helen Corbin all bagging braces. Alexis Bussell also netted in the rout.

"I've got to be really pleased," boss Cuss told the club's website.

"It was a really good performance. Right from the first whistle, we were on the front foot, we scored two in the first four minutes and didn't really ease up all afternoon.

"We kept creating chances and it was good to see so many goals. Warsash have got some good players so the score probably doesn't reflect them, but I have to say equally we were outstanding in front of goal."

The win leaves Cherries ahead of second-placed Moneyfields on goal difference with seven games to play.

"It's very tight at the top of the league," said Cuss.

"What we want to try and do is give ourselves the best chance of finishing as high as possible.

"The goals have been great for us and it really pushes us forward."

The women's games have now been postponed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic.