OVERTON United's five game unbeaten run in the Hampshire Premier League, came to end as they lost at league leaders Bush Hill 3-0.

The robust home side side took the lead after 25 minutes and added another right on the stroke of half-time from a corner.

This was despite the protests from the visitors that their goalie Carl Clayton had his arms held down by a home forward as the corner came in.

After the break, Overton had a couple of chances from Tommy Langley with a left foot shot and then sub Richie Budden just fired wide, when through one-on-one with the home goalie.

As the visitors continued to push forward, they were caught on the break as Bush Hill scored a third.

Overton take a break from league action, when they entertain Petersfield Town Reserves in the Hampshire Intermediate Cup on Saturday which has the earlier kick-off of 2pm.

Looking ahead to the game, Overton manager Greg Restell said: "Petersfield's first team play in the Southern League, so I am expecting them to be a footballing side, which should make it a very entertaining game. All of us at the club are looking forward to it."