Basingstoke and District Sunday League round-up

North Warnborough take on UWS (purple).

North Warnborough take on UWS (purple).

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CHINEHAM Athletic will take on UWS in the final of the North Hants John Ward Cup after both sides won semi-final ties on Sunday.

Lee Head's second-half header was the only goal of the game as UWS beat North Warnborough Reserves, though their goalkeeper did have to save a penalty.

Chineham scored two goals in extra-time to beat Crown Inn Ludgershall 2-0 in their semi-final.

Tron are through to the final of the Andover Presidents Cup after a narrow win over CI. Ross Soper-Dyer scored the only goal of the game for Tron, while CI ended the game with nine men after having a man sent off in each half.

Republic of Chineham beat Basingstoke Sports and Social 7-3 to claim their fourth straight win in Basingstoke and District Sunday League Division One.

Sports took an early lead through Alex Izzo but found themselves 3-1 down at half-time and 5-1 behind in the second half. Two goals in a minute from Jamie Galpin and Freddie Cloke gave Sports hope but Chineham scored twice late on to wrap up victory.

Sporting Silchester claimed a 2-1 win over Kaiser Wessex, whose goal was scored by Steven Burgess.

Mike Morris hit a hat-trick as South View beat hosts AFC Hook 5-1 to go top of Division Two. The visitors led 3-0 at the break, with Morris' treble complemented by Paul Lewis' brace. Neil Shoesmith scored for Hook.

Findlay Thompson, Shane West and Kieron Alleyene all found the net as Chineham won 3-2 at Hampshire Irons. James Arnold and Chris Arnold were the Irons scorers.

Team claimed a 5-1 win over AFC Golden Lion in the only Division Three fixture.

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