Basingstoke and District Sunday League round-up

Basingstoke Gazette: Players from CI (yellow) and Republic of Chineham battle for the ball. Players from CI (yellow) and Republic of Chineham battle for the ball.

NORTH Warnborough Two recovered from conceding an early goal to progress through to the semi-finals of the North Hants John Ward Cup, with Ryan Thorpe hitting a hat-trick.

Host Collingbourne took the lead after just seven minutes but two from Thorpe had Warnborough ahead at half-time. Thorpe got his third after the break, while Dan Williamson netted from a free-kick to complete a 4-1 win.

Chineham Athletic also progressed in the competition, beating visiting AFC Stoneham 3-1. John Dawson bagged a brace, with Ollie Owen scoring Chineham's third goal.

Republic of Chineham beat hosts CI FC 3-0 in the North Hants Senior Cup, Ben Dillon scoring twice before an own-goal completed the win.

Basingstoke Sports and Social were knocked out of the Kelvin Cup by hosts Chute Athletic. Sports found themselves 2-0 down before half-time and while Paul Couchman pulled one back late on, they lost 2-1.

Lamb Inn emerged 2-1 winners over Skewers in the North Hants Chris Price Cup, while CJ Glass beat Eastrop Eagles 8-2 in their much-delayed Hampshire Sunday Junior A Cup tie.

SOUTH View moved to the top of Basingstoke and District Sunday League Division Two with a 6-3 win over visiting Hampshire Irons.

Michael Wood gave Irons the lead but South View levelled before the break and went 3-1 up in the second half. Ash Lacona pegged them back but South View scored two more to lead 5-2. Daniel Kilmartin reduced the deficit to two goals but the hosts had the final word, making it 6-3.

In a Division One game adversely affected by the wind, Sporting Silchester beat Dayer's Fine Food 1-0 thanks to Rob Kelly's strike 20 minutes from time.

FC Everest top Division Three after beating Team 5-0, while Sambuca beat visiting AFC Golden Lion. Matthew Foreman opened the scoring for Golden Lion in the second half but goals from Gavin Phillimore, Rob Langley and Robert Chandler secured a 3-1 win for Sambuca.

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