Harry leaves it late for Chamberlayne

Southampton Sunday League round-up

HARRY Chivers’ last-gasp winner booked Chamberlayne Athletic’s place in the third round of the Hampshire FA John Ward Sunday Cup.

Chamberlayne saw off Coach & Horses 3-2, with Chivers grabbing his second in the last minutes, with Carl Fricker their other marksman

They’ll have Southampton Sunday League-based company in the shape of Wildern Wanderers who won the domestic clash with Madeinheath United 2-1, thanks to goals from Sam Crabbe and Matt Croft.

Taurus tumbled out 2-3 to East Christchurch Athletic, despite goals from Goncale Pereira and Connor Smith.

Also exiting were Embley Park, 4-2 to Yateley United, with Max Curtis bagging both their goals.

AFC Shirley advanced to the fourth round of the Hampshire Sunday Trophy with a 3-2 win over CT United, courtesy of goals Craig Hunt, Harry Vidler and Jordan Smith.

Horton Hawks were more comfortable in there progression, Joack Ormiston’s double and singles from Sam Williams and Jimmy Bright earning them a 4-1 win over Follyhill Sovereign.

Tommy Crump lashed home four as Cranbourne beat Fratton Trades 7-0 to clinch a place in the fourth round of the Hampshire FA Suhday Vase, Sam Grindey, Lawrence Parnell and Craig Scott were also on target.

West Totton Wanderers saw off AFC Farlingont Reserves 4-0, thanks to goals from Evan Nelson, Logan Brown and Jayden Pugi and Pavillion Panthers completed a Southampton threesome in the fourth round with a 3-1 win over Lord Chichester, Max Pitmanm Niall Wood and Joshua Coombs were on the money.

AFC Riverside clinched their semi-final spot in the Southampton Divisional Senior Cup with a 4-3 win over Millbrook Sunday. Stuart Griffiths (2), Sam Browes and Wayne Whitham gave Riverside a 4-1 half-time lead, but Matt West, Martyn Randall and Daryl Gilmartin gave them some late jitters.

Montfort eased into the third round of the Hampshuire Press Charlie Godden Trophy as Gareth James (2), Ben Caffyn and Cameron Early clinched a 4-1 win over AFC Netley Reserves (Will Poulter).

AFC Hutwood took advantage of Chamberlayne’s and Taurus’s cup absence to insert themselves into the Division One title race with a 3-0 win over Landguard Rovers, with Jake Shore, Paul Abrahams and Nick Kellaway on target.

Mottisfont moved into Diviosion Two mid-table safety thanks to a 3-1 win over Lyndhurst.

Jack Hickman, Joey Hardingham and Matt Bosanquet registered for ‘Font, with Aaron Heskins grabbing some consolation for the Foresters.

AFC Hythe inserted themselves into the Division Three title mix with a 6-0 win over Cottage. Jack Carter’s hat-trick led the way, with Jamie Cooley, Lewis Fisher and Kieron Clark weighing in.

Woolston T&L well might have something to say as they kept in touch with a 7-3 win over AFC Redbridge. Woolston’s marksmen were Owen Brown (3), George Fairless (32) and Archie Waldock, with Hayden Harland, Harry Bartlett, and Thomas Kiel on target for Redbridge.

If you like goals, Division Four would have been your destination. Eastleigh Town (Keenan Farrant 2,, Richard Frost and yler Gregory) and Sporting Compass slugged out a 4-4 draw with Sporting Compass (Jamie Barrett, Luke Biffin 2, and Ben Driscoll), but Solent United Reds and Halfway Inn shared just the ten goals, with Tom Evans (2), Neil Stokes, Shaun Evans and Liam Davies notching for Halfway.

There were five goals in the only game to be settled, with Jordan Freeman, Courtney Texeira and Connor Wilson scoring for Spike Island in ther 3-2 win over Southern Sports (Ray Flanders, Ryan Williams).

Wyvern Youth Athletic were celebrating after posting their first Division Five win of the season at the expense of the luckless Elsha Gars, who are still looking for theirs.

Mich Ward (2), Makki Lamich and Arvin Singh got the all-important goals for Wyvern, with Alby Lingwood, Jacob Insley and Ollie Flack getting Gars close to a point.

At the other end, Tom Ashton’s fivesome saw Monks Brook romp home 9-3 against FC Phoenix to remain top of the table. Justin Chapman (2), Dan Strange and Richard Wagstaffe also weighed in with goals, hile Josh Medway, Ryan Lambert and Jonathan Townsend replied for Phoenix.

Diego Dunivicher’s double was not enough to earn Boorley Green anything from their 3-2 defeat by Unathletic Athletic, for whom Sam Kirkham, Dom Hardy and Harry McCarthy scored.

AFC Paxton are still riding high at the top of Division 6 as a James Brading hat-trick, a Josh Todd double and singles from Ethan Bartlett and Blu Bowers clinched a 7-1 win over Montague (Reece Broad).

But Marchwood Rangers are keeping them honest and a 6-2 win over Burridge (Dave Middleton 2) keeps them on Paxton’s tailcoats. Sam Johnstone (2), Albert Sherred, Brandon King, Jordan Williams and an own goal completed the scoring.

It all went a bit pear-shaped in the second half for Lyndhurst Reserve in their Division Seven clash with Linden Tree.

Trailing a competitive 1-0 at half-time, Lyndhurst folded like a camping chair as Linden ran in seven second-half goals to maintain their 100 percent record at the top of the shop. Charlie Rattley led the way five, Dyaln Emm (2) and Luke Stroud rounded off the rout.

Goals from Richie Fernandex and Robbie McDonald kept Southern Sports Youth in touchin second place with a 2-0 win over Newchester, while Bishopstoke WMC rattled in seven without reply against BTC Sunday Reds. Charlie Best’s foursome was fleshed out with singles from Vincenst White, Chris Hurley and Cameron MacBrayne.

Compton rattled in eight in their attempt to stay in touch with the Division Eight leaders. Jarod Drury (4), Kev Betlem and Sam Jurd (2) were on the money in the 8-1 win over M&T Sunday (Bradley Turner)

And AFC Southside nominally kept in touch with a 4-1 win over Halway Inn Reserves.

Jakc Sheppard (2), Kieran Roper and James Elmore notched for Southside, with Tommy Mwason replying for Halfway Inn.