A CRAZY game at Bramley saw Bramley United and Brookvale United share the Basingstoke and District Sunday Division One points last Sunday.

Bramley were two up through Tyrell Reid netting Ben Squibb's cross, and Squibb's cross turned in for an own goal.

Vale's Max Trodd found brother Sam in reply. Sam Trodd won a penalty which Adam Aimable despatched to level 2-2 by half-time.

Aimable scored a free-kick to put Brookvale ahead, before Reid equalised again.

Sam Trodd edged Brookvale 4-3 ahead, but Bramley levelled with Adam Bartlett's long-range effort.

Then madness struck as 'Vale's goalkeeper Terry Stent dropped under challenge from two players and Gordon Birch scored 5-4 on 92 minutes.

Four incensed visitors were sin-binned, but somehow, Sam Trodd defied the 11 against seven odds, connected with a David Chilcott pass, which struck a Bramley defender's arm, winning a deep added-time penalty. Aimable scored to sure a 5-5 draw which launched wild celebrations!

AFC Laarsens started well against Chineham, leading after Dan Bloma netted Laith Aldoori's spilled shot.

Laarsens hit the bar twice before Chineham equalised, before Laarsens re-took a first-half lead.

Laith Aldoori's corner was converted by Jesse Todd's incredible scissor kick, considered goal of the season!

Laarsens missed second-half chances allowing Chineham to lead from scoring twice.

Laarsens' efforts paid off with a last minute leveller, 3-3, Alex Catt curling a fantastic cross for Jesse Todd's brace.

Tadley Tigers top the Division One table after a 2-0 win over Republic of Chineham, Luke Allaston and substitute Josh Curtis scored.

New Park Rangers went 1-0 up through Charlie Dobson’s free kick before Team FC's penalty equaliser.

New Park replied 2-1 from the spot, won and netted by Ben Blackwell.

Team FC led 3-2 in the second-half after two quick strikes but New Park created chances for Nathan Barlow, Connor Stratton and Andrew Harrison before Barlow finished well one-on-one, to make it 3-3.

Team FC forced a top save from Jak Arthur before New Park sub Dylan Bardell beat three players to set up Barlow's winner on 86 minutes as New Park won 4-3.

Basingstoke Royals and Camrose Social fiercely competed their Division Two encounter which ended 1-1.

Camrose led with a fine Chris Waller finish, while Royals' Ama Bhuller equalised, struck the post twice and Steven Price denied by a great save in the dying moments.

Chineham Reserves triumphed at Brighton Wood 4-2, scoring all four goals in 15-minute spell before half-time.

Tommy Coughlan opener came from a Tyler Andrews' corner, man of the match Ben Piper bagged a brace, one from Scott Berry's pass and another one-on-one to tap in, and Joe Marsh finished a brilliantly-taken bicycle kick from Berry's cross.

Brighton Wood's Andrew Knott replied on 40 minutes. Chineham relaxed, allowing Brighton Wood back into the game, Knott scoring a second on 70 minutes but Chineham held on.

After last week's cup win Eastrop Eagles hoped for a first league win, against visitors Overton United.

Eagles created early chances, Tom Green beat his marker, firing powerfully into the top corner. Eastrop doubled the lead, Karl Goddard coolly netting Bobbi Frost's headed cross beyond the goalkeeper.

Despite dominating, Eagles were pegged back level before edging ahead before half-time.

An Eastrop corner was cleared, but Green scored from the edge of the box.

Overton levelled again but Eagles restored the advantage, Jim Saville roamed up the wing, his attempt from distance flapped into the goalkeeper's net.

Eagles killed the game, Goddard whipping a corner onto Keith Davies' deadly head, before Green netted his second for 6-3.

Basingstoke Hammers started slow, were soon 1-0 down to hosts Hampshire Irons.

Hammers pressed back and Ashley Perryman through-balled for Cameron George to make it1-1.

Irons restored their lead, 2-1, but with 10 first-half minutes left, George Sainsbury's dazzling run put George through to finish coolly 2-2.

Hammers came out bright and quick after the break.

George put Arron Porter through, his shot parried, but Porter reacted to dink Irons' goalkeeper 3-2.

Chris Bode whipped a lovely ball in to complete George's hat-trick to win 4-2 for Basingstoke Hammers. Jordan Grant and Chris Morris replied for Irons.

A good, well natured game between two equal sides in Division Three as Kempshott visited Hartley Sunday.

Kempshott two down from Shane Deakin and Darryl McKeown by half-time.

Kempshott replied with an own goal immediately on restart, but squandered further chances. Hartley scored five, Deakin with a brace, McKeown a hat-trick, subs Sean Hays and Kye Whitehead one apiece in an easy victory.

Basingstoke Saints and AFC Basing drew 2-2, Saints surrendering a two-goal lead, a fair result for an even game. Joe Cook and Joe Smart scored for Basing.

FC Shallow End drew 1-1 with Renegades.

This Sunday's fixtures are Hampshire Intermediate Cup rd 1: New Park Rangers v Rushmoor Celtic, Tadley Tigers v Wyke Down Wanderers.

Hampshire Junior Cup rd 1: AFC Basing v Andover Central, AFC Prospect Farm Rangers v Hartley Sunday, Aldershot Park Elite v Eastrop Eagles, AMF United Res v Overton Utd, Basingstoke Hammers v FC Queen Charlotte, Basingstoke Saints v Frimley Wolves, Charlton Royals v Kempshott, Chineham Cavaliers v Farnborough Ath, Chineham Res v Worthys, FC Shallow End v Worthies Sports and Social, Hampshire Irons v Hampshire Royals, North Warnborough 2020 v FC Anton.

Division 1: AFC Laarsens v Team FC, Bramley Utd v Soldiers Return, Rep of Chineham v Chineham.

Division 2: Brighton Wood v Basingstoke Royals.

Division 3: Hampshire Royals v Chineham Tigers, Renegades v AFC Aldermaston.