LOCAL sides fared well in the Hampshire Sunday Intermediate Cup round one.

Soldiers Return came back from 2-0 against Darby Green & Potley with five second half goals in a five minutes spell to win 5-2.

John Uezzell set up by Freddie Cloke for the opener, before Craig Williamson scored the other four goals.

Team FC were dominated by Tadley Tigers, with Charlie Saunders netting after five minutes.

In the second half Tigers went 3-0 up from Liam Yelland and Liam Belcher, but two Team goals saw it finish 3-2.

Chineham travelled to Alton winning 5-4 on penalties thanks to Jack Ashton's winner.

The game finished 1-1 with Kieran Alleyne scoring for Chineham.

Bramley United travelled to Andover Central and scored all six goals before the break, through Les Wood and Stuart Denny braces, Ben Squibb and an own goal.

Republic of Chineham went through thanks to a walkover over Sahara UK.

Athletico QC took a 1-0 lead in the first round of the Hampshire Sunday Junior Cup.

Kempshott levelled before half time through striker Jack Sedgwick.

Kempshott edged ahead with a 30-yard free-kick after Luke Ambrose lobbed the goalkeeper.

QC replied, but in the end Kempshott won 7-2 as Sedgwick completed his hat-trick and Matt Osbourne, Connor Genovese, an own goal and Jordan Clear.

AFC Basing beat Shallow End 7-2 thanks to Matt Kelly (5) Kanye Samuel and Callum Silcox.

Basingstoke Saints were a goal up at the interval in an evenly matched tie away at AFC Bowenhurst.

Luke Charlton set up Liam James to score.

Saints were 2-1 down 10 minutes into the second half, but a chip from Danny Manners on the left was headed in by James to level.

Then, with two minutes to go, Adam Butler's half volley settled the tie 3-2.

A great performance from AFC Laarsens saw them win at Darby Green and Potley Reserves 4-0.

Laarsens got off to a great start with Myles Englefield crossing to Dan Bloma, who smashed home a volley. Englefield added a second scoring direct from a corner.

The third was another through pass from Englefield finished well by Jubril Borishade.

Bloma added his second and Laarsens' 4th late in the second half after Danny Costen squared the ball.

Chineham Reserves won 15-3 at Snow Goose of the Camberley and Aldershot League.

There were a couple of Basingstoke and District Sunday League Division Two matches with New Park Rangers going top after a 2-1 win over Chineham Cavaliers.

After a scrappy goalless first half of missed chances, Joe Hode put the hosts ahead on the hour mark and Jonny Rae doubled the lead on 75 minutes.

Cavaliers grabbed a consolation with a 30-yard free kick with the last kick of the game.

Overton took only the bare 11 to start the game at South Ham Saints, but they quickly put the hosts on the back foot with two chances through Warren Clark and Shane Thorne going begging.

South Ham were awarded a penalty in the 25th minute but Szymon Duszyński saved well.

Only five minutes later Overton won a penalty, with Richie Budd tucking it away.

On 47 minutes Shane Thorne set Matty Lowe away to finished well.

Saints got another penalty that Duszyński saved again to make sure Overton kept a clean sheet and all three points.