ALEX Reeves hit a hat-trick which helped AFC Aldermaston A to a 5-2 victory over much fancied Hook in the Basingstoke and District Saturday League Division One.

Vinny Kennedy added another and the fifth from an own goal. Dan Alliston and Ricky Stephens netted consolations for Hook.

The rest of Saturday's programme centred around the Hampshire Saturday Vase Cup.

Silchester Village were a goal down to AFC Berg after a quarter hour with Berg's Reece Chapman converting from the spot. The hosts levelled within 10 minutes with a solo run from Adam Bassimeh.

Just before half-time Charlie Manning's free kick was saved but Bassimeh pounced for 2-1.

Silchester rued missed chances when after 70 minutes substitute Callum Silcox levelled 2-2.

The penalties were close, ending 5-4 to Berg, with Luke Richardson, Silcox, Recce Chapman, Torren Kirrage and Paul Crow converting.

Tadley Calleva Development comfortably scored 3-0 against visitors Sporting Wessex, in a good game.

An Ellis Theodore eighth minute corner was headed in by Jamie West.

Then 10 minutes into the second half, Theodore's excellent run made it 2-0 and on the hour sub Ewan Young fired a pearler on the volley into the top corner for 3-0.

Twentyten's tie against Testlands was only 15 minutes old before Stephen ‘the runner’ Bean finished a one-on-one, 1-0.

The second-half saw Twentyten dominate, up 2-0 on the hour after Dan Hancock squared to Bean to swivel for his second.

Twentyten hit the post three times, including a Josh Bromley shot, so victory could have been even sweeter.

Late pressure from the visitors was countered well by the defence with Chill Hill and Tom Skinner shining throughout.

Oakridge travelled to Cowplain, with their good passing game paying dividends.

Max Trodd sent Sam Trodd away on 15 minutes to score under the goalkeeper.

After a saved penalty, Jake Pratchett's 25th minute shot curled into the top corner for the second, Nathan Bedford made it 3-0, before Sam returned the favour for Max to make it 4-0.

Cowplain dug out a consolation, but couldn’t dampen Oakridge's first win of the season.

Herriard Sports led after 12 minutes at Hythe Aztecs, James Hudson setting up Sam Weber's low shot.

Hythe missed a penalty but levelled 1-1 with a low shot before half-time.

On 51 minutes Weber ran from halfway past four defenders to net, but Hythe equalised again from a corner 2-2. Keeper Mathew Watson saved all but one penalty, while Archibald, Bobbi, Higgsy and Hudson netted four to win.

After confusion over the wrong pitch, struggling to field a team after players pulled out 30 minutes before kick off and shuffling the pack, AFC Berg Reserves had a tough time playing their game, with strikers filling defence.

Steve Death got a consolation but left the comeback too late, losing their third in a row 5-1 to Compton.

Bramley United lost key players to injury early doors and went down 8-1 to Burrfields, Reuben Snook getting the consolation as Bromley lost their fourth home game in a row.

CK Andover played some good football throughout this game but found themselves trailing Isle of Wight side Seaview 3-0.

CK made a game of it with deserved goals from Davy Scott and Nathan Ripley but went out 3-2. Although CK's third defeat in a row, it was another positive performance.

North Warnborough started brightly and should have scored three against BTC A in the first 10 minutes.

A ball over the top from Liam Cook allowed Bailey Craig's shot that the BTC keeper saved.

Moments later Banica-Marian Oprea broke down the left and, with only the goalkeeper to beat, shot wide.

Minutes later, Khalil Bentaleb shot over the bar. Then BTC scored with first attack.

Warnborough looked good, 16-year-old Alfie Craig controlled midfield with slick passing, before Craig released Bentaleb to square for Oprea to slot in 1-1.

On 24 minutes a corner led to a tangle, one BTC player fell over another, appealed for a penalty which was given! Reece Emery got a hand to it but could not hold on.

Bentaleb's frustration led to 10 minutes in the sin bin, but reduced Warnborough coped.

BTC looked relaxed in the second half, played the better football and Warnborough players were agitated and argumentative.

Boro had chances, a through ball from Craig found Liam Self clear but he "passed" the ball to the BTC keeper.

A corner kick even saw unmarked Self head wide.

Poor decisions and substitutions by Warnborough, resting holding midfielder Ryan Nuttall and Alfie Craig who controlled the passing, so Warnborough collapsed and leaked goals.

After Luke Ratcliffe came off injured Boro were down to 10 and lost 6-1.

Overton United A went down 4-1 to Oakfield.

There were home walkovers for Newchurch FC v Chineham, FC Strawberry v Overton United Reserves, and Renegades Reserves v ECS Reserves.

This Saturday's fixtures are Hampshire Junior A Cup rd 1: Northwood St Johns Res v Renegades.

North Hants May Cup rd 1: AFC Berg Res v Basingstoke Ath.

Basingstoke A Cup rd 1: AFC Aldermaston A v Twentyten.

Basingstoke B Cup rd 1: Herriard Sports v Renegades Res, Chineham v CK Andover, Bramley Utd v North Warnborough.

Division 1: AFC Berg v Oakridge, Hook v Silchester Village, Overton Utd Res v Tadley Calleva Development.

Division 2: Tidworth Town v Overton Utd A.