AFC Berg kept alive their hopes of second spot in the Basingstoke and District League Division Two as they followed up a 3-0 victory against Twentyten Reserves with a 3-1 win over Overton United B.

Kieran Alleyne put them ahead from a cross from Richard McCoubrie and made it 2-0 in the 30th minute. Wat Jones put away a penalty for Overton, but Alleyne completed his hat-trick after chasing a long ball from Lee Neal. Both Jones and Nico Franco had good chances to score for Overton.

Winklebury Wizards are also in a good position to take second spot. With four matches left to play they can get to 39 points if they win the lot, while challengers Berg can only get to 37 and Overton 35, along with Labour Club.

Last Monday they won 3-1 against Origin, thanks to two goals for Aaron Barton and Jack Arthur the third.

Two days later, they beat Chineham 5-2 as Scott Large got a brace, along with singles from Richie Lowther, Dean Scott and Dan Hargood.

On Saturday they made it three in a row beating AFC Aldermaston A 6-2. Ryan Watts gave them a 12th minute lead from a Jay Reed corner.

Aldermaston levelled with a penalty after Kevin Hill was pushed over by Scott, with Adam Perrett scoring from the spot.

After some good play by Dan Goodyear, Watts scored his second and in the 39th minute Vincent Mundane made it 3-1.

Alex Stevens added another before Perrett netted again for Aldermaston to bring it back to 4-2, Scott and Large ended another good day for Harry Grainger’s young side, to add two late goals.

Champions Herriard Sports looked to have ended Basingstoke Labour Club slim chance of picking up the runners up shield after they beat them 3-1.

Labour Manager Dan Poulter felt the final score was not a true reflection on the game and promises his team will give them a tougher game when they meet at Winklebury in the Basingstoke B Cup Final on Saturday April 29 (kick-off 6.30pm).

Herriard took the lead after just three minutes as Chris Dobbie scrambled home following a Adam Nelson cross.

On 61 minutes, Sam Weber hit the bar and the ball fell to Jack Barlow and his pass found Kieran Patel who finished well and Labour were on level terms.

Two minutes later, Herriard were back in front when Dobbie converted a penalty after he had been brought down.

In the 68th minute Weber went on one of his dazzling runs and made it 3-1. Labour had a chance to get back in the game when awarded a a penalty.

Craig Lewington, the Herriard manager was in goal for the injured Dave Purt and pulled off fine save from the Wayne Barlow spot kick.