JACK Voisey bagged a hat-trick as well as his first senior goals for Parley Sports during their 6-0 home win over Wareham Rangers.

Voisey opened the scoring in the Dorset Premier League clash after 10 minutes with Adam Trimby’s neat half-volley doubling the hosts' lead before the break.

Two more strikes from Voisey, a Matt Newbery goal and a 25-yard screamer from Ali Williams capped off a resounding win for Parley, who are 10th in the league table.

Hamworthy Recreation went top of the league after a 3-0 win at Mere Town

Rec took the lead after just three minutes of the contest through Harry Stokes.

Just before half-time Chris Long doubled the advantage with a close range effort to put the visitors well in the ascendancy.

And Rec got their third with Long converting from the penalty spot after Richie Sands was upended in the box.

One dampener on the afternoon for the visitors was a straight red card shown to Lewis Proudly.

Mere also had a man sent off for two bookings late on.

Holt hammered former table-toppers Balti Sports 6-0 partly thanks to a hat-trick from Nathan Saxby.

Sam Pearce opened the scoring early with Saxby making it 2-0 to the Bulls soon after.

Both then doubled their individual tallies with Mike Haskell also finding the net in the opening period.

And Saxby found time to record his treble when he converted in the latter stages.

A double from Josh Rose along with Jamie Kay’s penalty and a strike from Sam Carter gave Hamworthy United reserves a comfortable 4-0 win over Blandford United at the County Ground.

Blandford battled hard but were not helped by the dismissal of Saul Bolton 10 minutes into the second half.

A penalty converted by Jamie Symes proved enough as Merley Cobham Sports lost 1-0 to Dorchester Sports at the Avenue.