ADAM Everiss scored four times as Team FC beat Camrose Social 5-2 to win the Chris Price Cup.

Ian Jones scored their other goal, while Craig Atkinson scored for the losers.

Last weekend, Team FC were beaten by Basingstoke Saints in the Bernard Cornish Cup 2-0.

BRAMLEY United kept their Basingstoke and District Sunday Division One championship hopes alive by beating 10-man Eastrop Eagles 7-1. Nick Harris opened the scoring for Bramley, Colin Bell added a hat-trick, Stuart Leddy, Ben Squibb and substitute Richard Kalwarczyk added to the score.

After North Warnborough resigned from Division 1 having completed less than 75 per cent of their fixtures, while their Reserve side had completed their fixtures in Division Two, the management committee resolved to expunge the Division One results from the record, while keeping the reserves team record intact.

Only one league game played last Sunday, as Oakley entertained Soldiers Return.

In a tight match, Soldiers took the lead after 20 minutes when Cobi Judd latched onto a through ball and lobbed the goalkeeper.

Oakley immediately replied and that remained the scoreline at the interval.

The match was settled by a late goal, Ellis Hauman slipped the ball to Judd who beat the goalkeeper at the far post.

In Division Two last Tuesday, UWS were beaten 3-0 by Team FC, as Adam Everiss, Connor McKenzie and sub Luke Chatee all scored.

Arms SMB won the Kelvin Cup Final beat Bramley United 3-0.

Fixtures this Sunday are Division 1: Eastrop Eagles v Republic of Chineham, Hampshire Irons v Bramley Utd.

Division 2: Basingstoke saints v Kempshott, Overton Utd v Camrose Social, Team FC v Shallow End.