KICKING king Josh Butcher bagged 22 points in Ellingham & Ringwood's 32-13 win over Hampshire One rivals Millbrook.

Butcher converted two early penalties as Ellingham & Ringwood made an encouraging start against the high-flying Southampton-based outfit.

And although Millbrook hit back with a converted try and two penalties, Butcher ensured the deficit would remain at 13-12 at the break by kicking a further two penalties.

Ellingham dominated the second half and full-back Dominic Pitt went over for their first try, which Butcher converted before he added another penalty.

Wing three-quarter Dean Young finished a well-worked try for Ellingham, which Butcher also converted before he added a further penalty to complete the scoring.