Heath on course for clean sweep

Southampton Sunday League round-up

BUTLOCKS Heath’s drive to hoover up the lot continued as they saw off AFC Riverside 3-1 to move into the second round of the Southampton Divisional Senior Cup.

Clayd Roach’s double and a Sanchez McLean single clinched their place in the second round, with Stuart Griffiths consoling Riverside.

While Butlocks were on cup duty, Chamberlayne returned to the top of Division One with a 4-2 win at AFC Hutwood IJack Adams, Paul Mail)

Harry Chivers (2), Callum Fielder and Louis Lemesurier took Chamberlanye back to the top on goal difference from Taurus but Butlocks look capable of winding them in, just two points adrift with five games in hand.

Josh Carey’s hat-trick put Cranbourne in command of Division Five with a 5-1 win over fellow title contenders West Totton Wanderers Josh Relf)

Harry Osman and Charlie Lawrence were also on target for Cranbourne who have a 100% record from six games, and trail leaders Monks Brook by nine points with four games in hand.

AFC Paxton maintained their Division Six promotion hopes with a 5-0 win over AFC Burridge, thanks to an Ethan Bartlett hat-trick, and singles from Josh Todd and James Bradding.

Linden Tree continued their relentless pursuit of the Division Seven title, with a 7-2 win over Newchester, to make it nine wins form nine games.

Charlie Rattley scored twice, with the other goals spread around among James Barrett, Dylan Emms, Bradley O’Sullivan, Luke Stroud and Callum Crotty. Joe Stevenson and Dylan Hartley added some respectability to the score for Newchester.

M&T Sunday won the battle of the Division Eight cellar dwellers, Jack Crawford, Jack Marshal and Bradley Turner on the money in a 3-0 win over Halfway Inn Reserves who are still looking for their first point.