HAMWORTHY United lost their unbeaten record in the final round of Wessex League fixtures before the national lockdown.

Non-elite sport has been halted for the next four weeks due to a spike in coronavirus cases across the country, meaning grassroots football at this level cannot return until December 3 at the earliest.

Premier leaders Hamworthy succumbed 1-0 at Lymington Town, with Sam House netting the only goal.

Lymo are now the only unbeaten side left in the division, winning eight from eight to sit fourth, four points off Hammers with three games in hand.

Fellow title-chasers Christchurch recorded another resounding victory.

Fresh from a 3-0 win at Cowes on the weekend, Priory repeated the trick against Baffins Milton Rovers courtesy of a Will Fletcher brace and Max Wilcock strike.

Bashley sealed their first home win in exactly one month by overcoming Brockenhurst in the New Forest derby.

Both goals of the 2-0 victory came in the final 20 minutes through Cameron Beard.

In Division One, struggling New Milton Town were thumped 4-0 at Whitchurch United, while Ringwood Town lost 3-2 at Alton, despite goals from Shaun Prentice and Adam Riley.

Meanwhile, Poppies were dumped out of the FA Vase, losing 3-1 at lower league United Services Portsmouth.

Jack Kinge-Phillips scored for Poppies.