THERE was double defeat for Hartley Wintney this week, shipping eight goals in two games.

A spirited effort from the Row on Saturday did not stop becoming the next victims in Salisbury’s 11 game winning streak, losing 4-2.

Despite falling behind on 25 minutes, the Row applied pressure to get themselves back into the game thanks to a Rowan Vine equaliser.

However, only two minutes after, the visitors found themselves behind once again.

After the break the Whites carried on in a similar vein adding a third, before Vine was able to add his second to make it 3-2.

Any hopes of a draw were squashed when on 84 minutes the Whites added a fourth.

In the midweek fixture against Metropolitan Police, the Row only managed a consolation goal having already gone 4-0 down.

Hartley were 3-0 by half-time at the Memorial Playing Fields, with the hosts not showing much sign of a comeback.

Goals from Max Blackmore, Jack Mazzone and Ethan Chislett put the visitors ahead.

The hosts only added to their tally after 82 minutes when had Luke Robertson seemed to hammer in the final blow for the Row.

A late Liam Eagle goal did pull one back for the hosts, but it was too little too late for Hartley.

The Row will be looking to get back to winning ways when they travel to Tiverton Town on Saturday.