MATT Neale bagged a brace as Hamworthy United extended their lead atop the Wessex Premier table to four points with a 7-0 thrashing of Blackfield & Langley.

Goals were flowing at the County Ground with Lee Francis, Adam Costello, Connor Cocklin and Bailey Rowe also all on target with an own goal and Neale's double sealing the rout.

Free-scoring Hammers have now netted 50 league goals this season, at least 15 more than any other side in the division.

Elsewhere, Lymington Town bounced back from their first league loss of the campaign with a 2-0 win against Portland United.

Owen Fee and Toby Bailey struck for Lymo, who sit second with two games in hand on Hamworthy.

In Division One, Verwood Town climbed up into the top half with a resounding 3-0 victory at East Cowes Victoria.

Callum Butler put the visitors ahead by half-time before a late James Guthrie brace sealed the victory.

Two goals from Shaun Prentice earned Ringwood Town an impressive 2-2 draw with leaders Laverstock & Ford, despite Ryan Osman being sent to the sin bin.

Meanwhile New Milton Town are out of the FA Vase, going down 2-0 at Clevedon Town.