TADLEY Calleva extended their unbeaten run to six games as they beat visiting Christchurch last Saturday.

The Dorset side twice scored in the first 45 minutes, but both were offside.

Brad Neal with a header off the post was the closest the home side to taking the lead before the break.

After the interval, the home side took the lead a Neal headed in a George Farrelly free-kick.

they then doubled their advantage on 71 minutes thanks to a superb Farrelly free-kick which flew into the top corner.

Brett Denham returned from injury off the subs bench and went close as did Daryl Phillips.

Christchurch pulled a goal back with 10 minutes to go, but that was a close as they got.

Tadley manager Adam Clark said: "I was happy with the three points as we were not at our best and felt it was not a good game to watch."

On Wednesday night, Tadley's North Hants Senior Cup quarter-final tie against Winchester Castle was halted due to floodlight failure.

This was just after Daryl Phillips had levelled things after his shot went in off both posts.

The game has been rearranged for Tuesday, October 15, as long as Tadley are not in FA Vase replay action.

Tonight, Tadley are in action at Alresford and on Saturday they take on Hamworthy United.