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Kyle Buckland scores five goals in Bengal Brasserie victory
KYLE Buckland was in top form for Bengal Brasserie, scoring all of their goals as they beat AFC Aldermaston A 5-1 in Basingstoke and District Saturday League Division Two.
Bengal could be in the mix for promotion this season, having appointed Tony Wilton as manager, while Buckland ran the game against Aldermaston, whose lone reply was scored by Jim Pearce.
Basingstoke Athletic are off the mark after beating Sherborne St John Reserves 3-2. Athletic have lost main scorer Craig Harman to Overton United, so it was Robin Larkin who took up the mantle, scoring two penalties before another Harman, Sherborne’s Ben, pulled a goal back to make it 2-1 at half-time. Luke Allison made it 3-1 before Richard Bassett came up with a late second for the visitors.
Hampshire Irons look to be setting the pace in this division, beating Labour Club 6-1 to add to their 8-1 opening day win.
The same two players did the damage this week, Mo Berry finding the net four times and James Arnold twice. Labour’s only reply came from Leigh Punter, who briefly made it 4-1.
DJS Telecoms produced an outstanding second-half performance to come back from 3-1 down and beat AFC Berg 9-3.
George Lagdon gave DJS an early lead but Berg were cruising at the break, Kieran Alleyne scoring twice and Steve Best also finding the net to give them a two-goal cushion.
However, it was nowhere near enough.
Lagden went on to complete his hat-trick to level things up as DJS took control. Lee Neal and substitute Paul Garton scored two each and Peter Lomax and Kevin Banning also found the net as Berg were soundly beaten.
Despite fielding a team made up entirely of players under the age of 18, Twenty-Ten beat visiting Overton United B 4-0.
Midfielder Jack Clarke opened the scoring and by half-time Carl Pearson had made it 2-0. Frank Spagagna in the home goal made a couple of decent saves before Clarke made it 3-0 and went on to complete his hat-trick.
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