OVERTON United A who have not lost a Basingstoke and District Saturday League Division One game since being beaten 3-1 by Hook back in November, suffered a 3-0 defeat on their visit to AFC Aldermaston Reserves.

Aldermaston opened the scoring after Carl Allan’s penalty was and saved by Gavin Alexander, but Reece Barrett followed up to net the rebound.

Their second came in the hour mark from Matt Hoyte and Aldermaston made it 3-0 from Barrett.

There was a hiccup to the Division Two Championship hopes of Basingstoke Athletic when they were held to a 1-1 draw by lowly placed AFC Aldermaston A.

They do still hold a seven point lead over unbeaten Sherborne Saints, who once again had a blank Saturday as their pitch was ruled unfit.

Athletic took the lead from Kieran Challis and Aldermaston levelled after the break from Jack Clayton’s free-kick.

Somesay took over in second spot after beating Origin Headley 6-0. Joe Hodge gave them the lead after 10 minutes from a Callum Greenley pass.

After 23 minutes the game was held up for 30 minutes when the an unfortunate late tackle on the 19-year-old Origin left back, Dennis Britten, signed only two weeks ago, saw him taken to hospital with a double fracture of this ankle.

Soon after the restart, Origin scored five times from Charlie Sheridan, Harry Chapman, Luke Gore and two from Hayden Chalker.

Twentyten Reserves suffered their first league defeat since September when beaten 2-0 by Longdog Soldiers, who they had defeated 3-0 just two weeks ago.

Soldiers goals came from Sam Trodd and Sam Mosdell. Twentyten became frustrated and had two players Joe Richards and Jack Holbert sent off late in the game.