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Basingstoke and District Sunday League round-up
REIGNING Basingstoke and District Sunday League Division One champions CI FC maintained their 100 per cent record with an 8-1 win over Kaiser Wessex.
Jon Richardson scored four for the leaders, with Oliver Knox and Liam Breslin both scoring two in a comprehensive victory.
A late change of venue resulted in Dayers Fine Foods turning up for their game at Republic of Chineham without their kit, delaying kick-off by 25 minutes.
When the game did get under way, both teams had a player sent off after just 20 minutes, with Lee Neal then giving Dayers the lead from the penalty spot.
Chineham levelled but Neal's second put Dayers ahead at the break. Again the hosts replied but Neal's hat-trick goal secured three points for the visitors.
South View recovered from 3-0 down to claim a point from their Division Two match against Hampshire Irons.
Simon Head gave Irons a half-time lead before Ben Hasking and Reece Flannighan extended the advantage. South View brought on substitute Ashley Roberts and he turned the game on its head with a hat-trick.
The visitors even led 4-3 at one point but Rob Need's late penalty made sure the points were shared.
Bottom side Legend Alliance were beaten 3-2 by visiting Chineham. Finley Thompson, Dan Greenwood and Kieron Alleyne scored for Chineham, with Sean Theale and Aaron Burt netting for the hosts.
Leaders Lamb Inn extended their winning run to five games with a 5-3 victory away at RAF Odiham Blades. Chris Thomas bagged a brace either side of Andrew Purdie's strike for the airmen, but Lamb Inn were level at 3-3 before the break and scored twice more in the second half. Reece Chapman and Ash Elwood both scored two for the leaders.
Division Three leaders Everest survived a North Warnborough II fightback to claim a 4-2 victory.
Everest led 2-0 at the break but the visitors drew level through Ryan Thorpe and Billy Shepherd - only to then concede two late goals.
Dale Hooper, Nick Armstrong and Paul Fox all scored for Chineham Athletic but they lost 5-3 to visiting Team FC, while UWS maintained their unbeaten record with a 7-2 win over Whitchurch Kings, a result that sent the visitors to the foot of the table.
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