SOLDIERS Return beat Winchester's side Rising Sun 6-2 in the Hampshire Sunday Intermediate Cup.

Soldier's goalscorers were Jamie Galpin, Warren Hill, Luke Morgan, Craig Williamson, and substitute Andrew Darmody converted a penalty.

The other two ties involving Basingstoke sides went to penalties.

Republic of Chineham were away at CJ Glass of the Gosport, Fareham and Solent League.

The hosts have been runners up twice and champions three times in the last five years of Division One.

After finishing 2-2 Republic won 3-2 on penalties for their fourth win on the trot.

Chineham entertained City of Portsmouth Division One side AFC Southdowns in an evenly matched tie.

Ashley Perryman equalising after being 1-0 down at the interval.

Chineham went through 3-1 on penalties, the home goalkeeper saving three spot kicks and one effort missed the target.

AFC Basing narrowly lost 1-0 to Hedge End Club in the Hampshire Sunday Junior A Cup.

In the Hampshire Sunday Junior A Cup Overton United lost 3-1 to Cobden, who are unbeaten in Division Two of the Meon Valley Sunday League.

North Warnborough withdrew from the Basingstoke Kelvin Cup, unable to raise a side to travel to Abbots Ann Eagles.

Brookvale United chalked up their first success of the season with a 4-3 Division One win over Eastrop Eagles.

A Liam Coppi cross found Adam Aimable at the back post to volley home at full stretch a fantastic opener for Brookvale United.

Eagles bounced back with two Nathan Bennis strikes for a 2-1 lead.

Aimable popped up again for the hosts before half time to level the game at 2-2, with a header following an Ash Peck free-kick.

Eagles went ahead again in the second half but the same Aimable and Peck combo struck again as Aimable fired home a far post header to once again draw 'Vale level at 3-3 with just a quarter of an hour to play.

In the 87th minute a penalty was awarded as Aimable was fouled in the box and he duly stepped up to convert the spot kick.

Tadley Tigers came from behind against Team FC to win 2-1.

Matt Goodenough levelled the score in the second half and Kieron Farmer settled the match from the penalty spot.

This was Team's first away defeat since the opening day of the season.

Basingstoke Saints went ahead twice in the first half against Division Two leaders Camrose Social, thanks to a Liam James first half brace.

Adam Butler levelled from a cross for Camrose Social's first goal, and Matt Foreman's equaliser made it 2-2 at half-time.

Ryan Lupton scored the winner in the second half for Camrose Social for 3-2, giving them four wins on the trot.

The Kempshott against Chineham Reserves match ended in a 3-3 draw.

Kempshott's goals from Cody Burns and a Luke Ambrose brace.

Tyler Andrews, Alex Izzo and Clayton Deakin netted for the visitors.

Shallow End won 4-1 against South Ham Saints, with braces from Callum Elson and Liam Rump.

This was Shallow End's first league win and their only cup success this season was also against South Ham Saints.