HARTLEY Wintney hit a magnificent seven goals in a 7-2 victory at Bedfont and Feltham, as they warmed up for their home Hampshire Senior Cup quarter-final against AFC Totton this evening.

Despite the big victory joint manager Daniel Brownlie was left disappointed with the way his side played.

Brownlie said: "If I'm honest it was a bit of an odd game, the scoreline would suggest a really good performance but in truth it was far from it.

"In fact, even after the game we were disappointed with the performance. He added: "We had a really poor first half, there was a real lack of control and we became frantic.

"The second half improved but not to a level that we can really be happy with, we created more chances and the one real positive was that we were prolific in front of goal.

"Like I said, it was a little odd coming away from a game where we've won 7-2 yet still be disappointed with the performance."

AFC Totton also won last weekend with a 2-0 success in the Southern League Division One South and West against Shortwood United as Nathaniel Sherborne scored twice.

The Stags gave a debut to on loan AFC Bournemouth winger Curtis Young as well as new signing Harry Medway in this game.

When these sides last met in the village last Tuesday, the game was abandoned after 45 minutes due to a frozen pitch, with Hartley leading 1-0 thanks to a goal from Adam New.

Looking ahead to the Totton game, Brownlie said: "Hopefully we can put in a performance this evening. We can learn from the 45 minutes we played last week and we'll be tweaking a couple of things to add to our game.

"It's going to be a great occasion, especially as the carrot dangling in front of us is a tie with AFC Bournemouth in the semi-finals.

"It's going to be tough but we want to be in the next round and we'll try and find a way to be there."