Madeinheath keep the flag fluttering.

Southampton Sunday League Round-up

MADEINHEATH United flew the flag for the Southampton Sunday League in Hampshire FA’s Sunday John Ward Cup.

Sam Winterburn and Matt Brewer took the tie to pens with goals in normal time, and the same pair kept a cool head to fire home from the spot in the shoot-out, with Lewis Wild and Brad Thomas sealing a place in the second round.

Elsewhere, Doug Rowe’s goal was consolation for Butlocks Heath as they went down 4-1 to The Meon and Landguard Rovers were dumped out in no uncertain style by Purbrook United.

All three Southampton teams involved in Sunday first round action of the Hampshire FA Sunday Vase tumbled out.

AFC Redbridge (James Brent) 1-4 to Green Dragon, AFC Netley to Aldershot Park Elite, and Langley Tavern (George Over) to West Howe Reserves.

In second round ties, Cranbourne went through with a 2-1 win over Sherborne St John Youth, thanks to goals from Cragi Scott and Jordi Bond, and Mike MacDonald was on song with a double in Pavilion Panthers 3-1 win at Aldershot Boys & Girls Youth ABGFC Men. Sam Briggs completed the scoring.

West Totton Wanderers won the all-Southampton tie with Riverside Rovers, thanks to goals from Evan Nelson, Josh Relf and Brad Hines. Jack Hamon’s double was not enough for Riverside.

FC Phoenix almost pulled off a second-half comeback, after trailing 3-0 at half-time to Friends Fighting Cancer.

They eventually went down 4-5 with Ryan Lambert (2), Craig Johnston and Paolomaria Fabrizio on the money.

Harvey Godridge’s hat-trick propelled Star Romsey to a 5-0 win over Chamberlayne Athletic in the second round of the Southampton Divisional FA Sunday Senior Cup, Rhys Battirick and Ash Shergold completing the scoring.

In the second round of the DR Ryder Trophy, Kristoffer Kalsen’s treble bolstered Elsha Gars to a 6-2 win over AFC Hythe, with Jimmy Sseeting, Yuvraj Ajoodha and Cameron Osei rounding off the scoring

Woolston T&L had an easy passage in the third round, walking over Cottage who could not raise a team.

Solent Sports Hamble roared into the second round of the Hampshire Press Charlie Godden Trophy with a 17-0 bladdering of Halfway Inn Reserves.

Jack Fisher lashed in six, thee were hat-tricks from Steven Bramwell and Reece McLawrence, two for Josh Ward, and singles from Adam Hayward, Jack Stacey, Lynden Smedley, JB Pidgley and Ryan Sanger.

BTC Sunday Reds eased through at the expense of Bursledon United, Cameron Ross, Joseph Dowd and Josh Helm doing the business, while Jarod Drury’s hat-trick and Sam Jurd’s double booked Compton’s place in the third round with a 5-3 win over AFC Paxton.

Linden Tree (Charlie Rattley) and South Coast (Aiden Johnson) were locked 1-1 after 90 minutes but pens from Isaak Abraham, Joe Smith and Errol Carter-Otway clinched South Coast a place in the third round.

In league action, Taurus moved into third place in Division One with a 5-0 win over Wildern Wanderers. The goals were liberally shared around with Ashton Madden, Ethan Madden, Goncalo Pereira, Ben Hoare and Jack Bunclark on target.

Harry Stonehill’s hat-trik and a single from Jake Shore clinched a 4-2 win over Newton Heath 1977.

Ashley Nunn’s double was consolation for Heath who are still searching for their first point.

Alex Weir (2) and Jamie Barrett were on target in a 3-1 win for Sporting Compass over Solent United Reds, which keeps them top of Division 4.

Eastleigh Town beat Halfway Inn 5-1, thanks to goals from Nathan Roles (2), Ryan Farrant and Steve Purkis. Adam Shepherd replied to Halfway.

Royale Marine contributed to their own downfall with three own goals in their 9-0 defeat to Southern Sports.

Andrew Powell (4) and Ryan Williams also scored for Southern.

Monks Brook took advantage of West Totton Wanders cup action to top Division 5 with a 13-4 win in a tight game with Wyvern Youth Athletic.

Tom Ashton grabbed five for himself with Saniel Strange scoring twice. Otherwise, the goals were shared between Craig Bryant, Luke Gale, David Eales, Alex Mair, Justin Chapman and Carl Steadman.

Montague gleaned their first Division Six point of the season in a 3-3 draw with Burridge.

Lewis Head (2) and Jay Agius notched for Montagu, who stat bottom, with Stuart Fox (2) and David Middleton ensuring the points were shared.

Logan Dimond (2) and Charlie Glasspool were the goalscorers as Southern Sports Reserves beat Bombay Boys 3-1 in the day’s only Division Seven game.