UNBEATEN Loch and Quay extended their lead atop Hayward Sunday Division One, winning 3-1 at West Howe.

River Smith, Matt Steer and George Hatch were all on target, cancelling out a Ritchie Whiting effort.

East Christchurch SSC are still in the hunt after overcoming rivals AFC East Christchurch 3-0, thanks to three goals in the final 10 minutes.

Mitch East bagged a quick-fire brace, before David Midgeley sealed the win.

Liam Holland, Gary Earl, Adam Janes, Luke Powell and Dale Walters were all on target as Alderney Manor defeated Bournemouth Athletic at Pelhams.

Matthew Livingstone and Hugo Tweedie struck early for Athletic, but their efforts came in vain in a 5-2 defeat.

Vienna Suttoners stumbled in their pursuit of the Division Two title, held to a 2-2 draw by AFC Burton.

Suttoners goals came from James Bainton and Lewis Hall, with Roberto Da Rocha and Sam Nash on target for Burton.

Kevin Crabb and Grant Norman both found the net as Bournemouth Sports Mercury won 2-0 at NMO, while Wiseguys thrashed Cameron 5-0 thanks to braces from Sharam Sam-Daliri and Danny Harrison-Little, as well as a Samuel Ellaway strike.

AFC Tavern preserved their unbeaten record atop Division Three, sweeping aside AFC Stourvale 3-1 thanks to a Martin Warren double.

Joseph Moore also netted, with Dan Chan bagging for the hosts.

TGC sit second, following their 4-0 win at Poole Borough with Joel Bevan, Harry Bunce and Liam Carpenter among the scorers.

In Division Four, goals from Iraa Horwood and Lascelles Richardson earned leaders Rushmere a 2-0 win over Branksome Liberal Reds.

Nearest challengers Kraken Sports also won, seeing off Kings Park Rangers 3-1 with efforts from Ocean Smith, Peter Jones and Ross Dominey cancelling out Lee Vint's strike.

Substitutes Elliott Dawson and Jack Fawcett guided FC Hajduk to a 2-1 win over Kirkfield United, for whom Daniele Mirto netted.

A Jordan Osmond hat-trick sent Scott V to a 3-1 victory at Upton Sociedad. Josh Roe scored for the hosts. Rock-bottom AJFC picked up a point, drawing 1-1 with Winton Athletic.

Grange Athletic heaped more misery on struggling Parkstone Athletic in Division Five, thumping them 7-1 at Fryers Field. Charlie Ferguson bagged four, with Billy Cooper, Michael Lindsay and Lee Tabor also on target.

A 90th-minute strike from Richard Alderson helped Boscombe Celtic reserves to a 2-1 win at Poole Rovers. Carl Phillips and Sam Ashford were also on target.

Elsewhere, goals from Charles Bedding and Adam Broom earned New Milton Borough a 2-1 win at West Howe reserves and Woodville Wanderers saw off Nelson Athletic 3-1, thanks to a Linton Robertson brace and Philip Maidment strike.

Boscombe Celtic A were the big winners in Division Six, seeing off Longfleet 6-1 at Branksome Rec. James Horvath scored the only goal for the hosts.

Branksome Liberal reserves picked up just a second point of the season, drawing 2-2 with Southside Vipers thanks to goals from Jack Campbell and Ashley Stafford. John Armour and Aidan Reynolds netted for the visitors.

Goals from James Carmichael, Scott Downer and Craig White earned AFC Burton reserves a 3-2 win over Shane Stanley, while Nasim Meddah came off the bench to score twice and help Shoulder All Stars to a 5-2 win at Muscliff Dynamos.

Academy saw off struggling Quayside 2-0 with Billy Bailey and Charles Rees on target.

  • TERRY FOOTE scored twice before being sent off as Bournemouth Manor maintained their unbeaten record in the Hayward Saturday Premier Division.

Foote's double, combined with strikes from Martin Sault and Shane Barney, cancelled out a Timo Gleed effort as Manor defeated Bisterne United 4-1.

Both sides ended with 10 men in Kinson, with Gleed also dismissed for the visitors.

Westover Bournemouth remain bottom of the pile after a 4-1 loss at Ringwood Town Development.

Brandon Boontam (2), Callum Whitelaw and Dan Whitelaw all netted for the hosts, with Mohammed Alrawas's strike proving to be mere consolation.

Bournemouth Electric were also 4-1 winners, seeing off Ferndown in the Page Croft Cup.

Lucas Gelsleichter, Scott Joyce, Rhys Newman and David Sturgess all bagged for Electric, with Ferndown's effort coming from Matt Morris.

In Division One, goals from Alex Marshall and Aaron Parker earned Fordingbridge Turks a 2-0 win against Winkton Athletic.

Alex Spencer and Liam Welton were both on target as leaders Mudeford defeated Burton 2-1. Daniel Knox scored for the visitors.

Bournemouth Manor reserves were beaten for the first time this season, going down 3-2 to New Milton Eagles.

Edward Ewens and Daniel Taylor netted for Manor, but goals from Matthew Hillyar, Justin Keeler and Carl Foster earned Eagles victory.

Royal Bournemouth RBF earned a rare win, seeing off Twynham Rangers 4-3 at Kings Park.

Jordan Muir scored twice, with Gavin Dyall and Luke Street also on target for RBF. David Bratt, Chris Clarke and substitute Chris Forbes fired home for Twynham.

Meanwhile, early goals from Keam Lawless and Connor Picken earned Westover Bournemouth reserves a 2-0 success against West Howe.