AFC LAARSENS entertained AFC Prospect Farm Rangers in the Hampshire Sunday Junior A Cup round 3 on Sunday.

The unbeaten visitors play in the City of Portsmouth Sunday League Division Three having scored 23 goals and only conceding five.

That form however, turned into Scotch mist on their travel north.

Laarsens started well, keeping possession nicely and after 30 minutes took the lead when a Jubril Borishade corner was glanced to the back post by Samie Aldoori for Dan Bloma to knock in for the opener.

They added a second when Bloma broke through the defence, onto a great through ball from Danny Costen, and finished excellently. It was Costen's turn to become goalscorer, after scissor-kicking a Matty Buckle cross into the back of the net to make it 3-0.

Soon after changing ends, Samie Aldoori slid a through ball to Bloma who completed his hat-trick to make it 4-0.

Cian Condon came on shortly after the break and within five minutes of his arrival played a great pass through to Lagdon who grabbed the fifth for Laarsens.

Jake Hardy was introduced from the bench and he made it 5-0 with his very first touch, stooping low to head home from close range, following a teasing ball from the right back Jack Mackinnon.

Lagdon added his second and Laarsens' seventh when Costen played him through for another great finish.

Laarsens grabbed the final goal of the game to make it 8-0 when Aldoori chipped a ball through to Hardy, who neatly chested the ball up in the air and sweetly volleyed home for his brace, leaving the goalkeeper with no chance.

Overall it was another great win for Laarsens taking them to six victories in a row and another clean sheet, incredibly their sixth clean sheet in just 12 matches.

Only two other games survived the weather.

In Division One Bramley United maintained their 100 per cent league record with a 2-1 win against an in-form Tadley Tigers, in third place.

It was the visitors that broke the deadlock on 43 minutes, when they were awarded a penalty, which Kieron Farmer coolly converted from the spot.

Bramley hit back after the interval as Colin Bell equalised for the hosts and sub Darren Clift settled with the very last kick of the game.

Bramley have now won nine straight league games.

In Division Two game staged, with Chineham Reserves losing 3-1 to Camrose Social.

A victory which puts them level on points at the top of the division. George Martin, Chris Waller and Alex McKenna netted for Camrose, with Joe Marsh slotting in Chineham's only consolation.