WITH the rain last week arriving on top of the snow of the previous week, it was a wonder that only three matches were postponed on Sunday morning.

However, six matches were completed and two local sides Soldiers Return, and Chineham contested a Hampshire Cup quarter-final.

Chineham opened up a deserved two-goal lead at half time.

However, it was a different tale in the second half with Soldiers Return dominating the second half.

Ellis Hauman pulled a goal back, when his shot deflecting in off the goalkeeper.

Fred Cloke then equalised from the penalty spot to take the tie to penalties.

It was Soldiers who triumphed in the shoot-out 3-1.

Luke Toth in goal for Soldiers saved two of the three penalties that Chineham failed to convert. Kieron Alleyne and Samuel Ashton scored for Chineham.

In the John Ward Cup, AFC Laarsens emphatically beat Andover Central 6-0, with the help of Cian Condon's hat-trick, plus singles from Dan Bloma, Matt Wilson and sub Jubril Borishade

After falling 1-0 behind in their Division One match to visitors Hampshire Irons.

Brookvale United led 2-1 at half time after two strikes from Stuart Jarvis.

The chances being made by skipper Thomas L’Heureux and the impressive Sam Mosdell.

In the second half Brookvale added a further nine goals, with two more from man of the match Jarvis.

A first ever hat-trick for the pacey Sam Trodd, a hat-trick for top scorer Adam Aimable and a first goal of the season for Aaron Morris.

Jarvis lifted his total to four and assisted five of the 11 goals.

Manager Steve Sinclair handed debuts to Paul Dyson and Max Trodd who had fine games.

Brodie Good took on the gloves and made some great saves in the Brookvale goal too.

This 11-2 win was the biggest in the club's history and fully avenged a 3-1 defeat earlier in the season.

In Division Two a first half goal from Kempshott's Alex Mitchell, was equalised by Overton United before the interval. It was a second half goal by Luke Ambrose that settled the game in favour of Kempshott 2-1.

Camrose Social beat Basingstoke Saints 4-1, with a hat-trick from Matt Foreman and Ryan Lupton single.

Chineham Cavaliers notched up a 9-0 victory over Shallow End.

The match between South Ham Saints and AFC Basing was abandoned in the 80th minute.

this Sunday's fixtures are Hampshire Intermediate Cup quarter-finals: Rep of Chineham v Boyatt Wood.

North Hants Chris Price Cup quarter-finals: Chineham Cavaliers v Kings Somborne, Chineham Res v Basingstoke Saints, Kempshott v Worthys.

Kelvin Cup quarter-final: Tadley Tigers v Andover Robins.

Andover Presidents Cup quarter-final: Team FC v North Warnborough.

Division 1: Eastrop Eagles v Soldiers Return.

Division 2: Camrose Social v AFC Basing, Shallow end v AFC Laarsens, Overton Utd v South Ham Saints.