BASINGSTOKE RFC made it four wins on the trot in London Three South West, as they were victorious in their Hampshire derby game at Trojans.

Stoke won a very low scoring game 6-5 at Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh, thanks to a couple of Tom Humberstone penalties.

The visitors got off to a solid start having some good possession, but were unable to make it count.

They nearly scored an opening try, but Matt Guilfoyle was unable to pick the ball up from a chip.

Stoke continued to pressure the home side and just before half-time they were awarded a penalty which Humberstone converted.

After the break, Humberstone and Brent Evans combined well, but solid defence from the Trojans kept them out.

The visitors then conceded a number of penalties and home side made the most of it and went in the corner for an unconverted try to lead 5-3.

Then in the final minutes of the contest, Stoke were awarded a penalty in front of the post and Humberstone kept his nerve to kick the winning points.

The visitors saw out the game in the Trojans half to record another good victory.

Stoke have no game this weekend as Hampshire One side Romsey have conceded their Hampshire Bowl tie at Basingstoke.