PREMIER Division leaders Bournemouth Electric once again came up against a goalkeeper in inspired form when Parley Sports custodian Neil Gilbert saved penalties from both Leigh Phillips and Mark Dancer.

Substitute Charlie Richards bagged an 85th-minute winner for the Sparkies, though, after Parley’s Mike La Ronde had equalised Chris Keehan’s opener.

Hamed Faal scored both goals in unbeaten Westover Bournemouth’s 2-0 success against Old Oakmeadians, while after peppering the woodwork five times, Bournemouth Sports eventually broke the deadlock at Sway with skipper Darren Spiers scoring five minutes from time to clinch a 1-0 win.

Redlynch & Woodfalls United led through David Hatch until the closing stages when Andy Masson struck twice to give Trinidad the verdict 2-1.

• Mitchell Keet netted for Twyham Rangers but they had to settle for a point in Division One when Nathan Welch earned Alderholt a 1-1 draw.

The other Division One game between Bournemouth Poppies and Ferndown Town Greenfields also finished 1-1 with James Bates’s strike for Poppies cancelled out by Ferndown’s Emmanuel Ohameje.

• Benn Kitchiner struck for Division Two pacesetters Bisterne United but they let a couple of vital points slip when Westover Bournemouth reserves held them to a 1-1 draw thanks to a Simeon Grant strike.

Ferndown Sports moved back on top of the table after Khalid Sreti, Ashley Cutler and Kevin Crabb ensured a 3-0 victory over Seyward Windows.

Steve Rogers and Spencer Bungard netted for Galleon but Oliver Fleming and Krystov Hensler earned bottom-placed Redhill Rangers a 2-2 draw.

Alex Hirst’s hat-trick for New Milton Linnets looked to have been cancelled out by Jason Thorne’s treble for Fordingbridge Turks until Darren Fowle’s last-minute winner gave Linnets the edge 4-3.

• South Coast Demolition are just a point adrift of Division Three leaders Parkside with two games in hand after their 6-0 win over Burton through Dave Perry (2), Adrian Woodall, Scott Hole, Luke Hughes and an own goal.

Timothy White earned Parley Sports A a 1-1 draw with Seabournes, while Queens Park Athletic were 3-0 winners against Redlynch & Woodfalls United reserves thanks to Adam Janes, Mark McCarthy and Paul Senior.

• Bournemouth Electric A are champions of Division Four after nearest rivals Bisterne Rangers went down 4-3 to New Milton Eagles.

Dam Hills, Luke Walker and Dan Elphic netted for Rangers but Jon Spooner and Ollie Luchoomun bagged two apiece to give Eagles the edge.

Daniel Peach, James Ketley and Simon Plummer gave AFC Pennington a 3-0 victory over promotion rivals BU Staff, while Dan Pringle (2) and Charlie Lewis scored in Magpies’ 3-2 success against Albany Athletic.

Dan Billing and Mark Reeves netted for Burley but AFC Highcliffe just got the better of them 3-2 with goals from Anthony Beddow (2) and Tom Britton.

• It would take an extremely unlikely combination of events to deny Mudeford Men’s Club reserves the Division Five title after their 6-0 drubbing of Bransgore United came courtesy of Lee Moss’s four-goal blast and a couple of strikes from Marvin Fayer-Honour.

Championship rivals Walker Scott netted through Kristian Ramsier and Adegoke Adetunji but they were surprisingly held to a 2-2 draw by Hurn Jets whose goals came from Sami Kaddah and Matthew Shirley.

Dan Seymour steered Twynham Rangers reserves to a 1-0 win over Screw-It Carpentry, while Redlynch & Woodfalls United A hammered Rockbourne 9-0 thanks to Scott Down’s four-goal blast and further goals from Greg Devine (2), Tom Perry, Andy Borland and Elliott Cromarty.

• Rich Hickling led the way with a hat-trick when Division Six pacesetters AFC Bransgore hammered Lymington Argyle 8-1 with Adam Parker (2), Luke Basil, Sam Quinn (pen) and Charlie Field also on target.

Queens Park Athletic reserves remain two points behind with a game in hand after Mike Thompson (2), Wesley Jones (2), Ryan Shaylor and Ross Logan ensured a 6-0 victory over Bransgore United reserves.

At the other end of the table, AFC Burton reserves moved off the bottom after their 8-3 triumph over Fordingridge Turks reserves came courtesy of Sam Nailor (2), Will Fry, Darren Geraty, an own goal and an Oliver Martin hat-trick.