BRAMLEY United eased into the next round of the Basingstoke Kelvin Cup last Sunday, thanks to a Stuart Leddy strike and substitute Ryan Thorpe's hat-trick.

Chineham's Kieron Alleyne scored a consolation in their 4-1 loss.

Tidworth Town knocked out Mucky Duck 7-0.

Basingstoke Hammers suffered their first home defeat, beaten 3-2 in the Bernard Cornish Cup, Overton's goals came from Darren Hutchins, Chris Currie and Louis McCann's winner.

New Park Rangers started their even Division One match against Republic of Chineham with the visiting goalkeeper saving from Simon Harrison when in one-on-one.

New Park goalkeeper Jak Arthur saved with his legs midway through the half.

Wingers Harrison and Ben Blackwell threatened danger for New Park, but a ball over the top from Charlie Dobson found Nathan Barlow in space and he slammed in from 20 yards.

Republic had a few corners and free kicks that the New Park defence dealt with, while both keepers made smart saves before sub Dylan Bardell went down in the box under a challenge but awarded no penalty.

The hosts gave away silly free-kicks and conceded to a set-piece to a back-post header.

Barlow missed an easy chance for Rangers from five yards after a parried Harrison shot.

Arthur made a good save from Ben Nichols before Harrison rolled the ball for Harry Knapp to score from the edge of the box with a great strike on 70 minutes.

This left New Park in control, denying further threats from Republic.

Barlow grabbed his second with a tidy late finish after Bardell won possession, extending Rangers' four-match winning run.

Brighton Wood lost 8-3 to Camrose Social in Division Two, with Sammy Shahir scoring one, Matt Forman five and Nick Brennand-Carter a brace.

Hampshire Irons leapfrogged awful Chineham Cavaliers in the table with 5-1 win.

Michael Wood to Mike Pemberton tested Cavaliers early, hitting the post before Gavin Curry scored to make it 1-0.

Curry converted Jordan Grant's pass for a second goal.

Tom Chant's pass sent Pemberton through to make it 3-0 by half-time.

Elliott Forsey netted for the hosts, before sub Jack Miller set up Grant's left-foot strike and then a Pemberton lay-off for Miller saw him side-foot home his first goal to complete a 5-1 win.

A truly miserable Sunday morning with constant heavy rain and a gusty wind saw Chineham Tigers lose 12-0 to visiting Hartley Sunday in Division Three.

Hartley started brightest, missing a first-minute sitter but shortly after Jake Brant netted from a Hayes corner.

Goals two and three followed courtesy of Shane Deakin. Neat work from Jake Denny made it four with a further brace from Deakin taking it to 6-0 at half-time.

Hartley restarted well despite Chineham having more possession, who couldn’t hold Hartley back. Darryl McKeown got a brace, Denny fired in goals seven, eight and nine, while Chineham's rare shot was safely collected by Glanville.

Deakin whacked in number 10 plus two more for Brant finished off the score.

After a goalless half-hour and a spirited display from the home team, Hampshire Royals ended the wrong side of 18-0 to AFC Basing, when an unlucky goal crept in and an absolutely perfect free-kick broke the hosts' resistance, the first half ended 6-0, then the weather took its toll and Basing's momentum never flagged.

Scorers Joe Cook brace, Liam Hunt (7), Mitchell Medford, Tom Perry, Callum Silcox, Joe Smart brace, Ash Pearce brace, Steven Prior, and sub Lewis Clayton.

An end-to-end game at Kempshott who ran up an early 3-0 lead through James Hudson's volley and two smart finishes from Ben Clarke.

AFC Aldermaston got back into the game after a free-kick was saved well by Joe Woldridge but Alex McEntegart headed in the rebound on 25 minutes.

Aldermaston played the better football and were rewarded with another goal before the break, a cool finish from Ryan Chengun after a superb cross to the back post from Callum Meltham on 35 minutes.

Ten minutes into the second half, Aldermaston earned the equaliser after a dangerous ball from Matthew Wybrow, fell to Calum Meltham to calmly slot past the Kempshott goalkeeper.

Aldermaston had a late penalty saved by Woldridge the draw being a fair result.

Both teams had chances to win the game notably, there was a fantastic save from Jack Lay stopping a strike destined for the top corner.

However, the golden opportunity was presented to Aldermaston when they were awarded a penalty in the dying embers of the game.

Unfortunately for the Alders, the strike from Adam Alliston from the spot was far below the quality he had demonstrated throughout the rest of the game, and the spot kick was easily saved. Great come back from Aldermaston, showing great spirit to register their first point on the board.

North Warnborough 2020 beat FC Shallow End 7-0, Ollie Manning scored four, plus Thomas Price and Sam Warner also netted.

This Sunday's fixtures are Hampshire Trophy Cup rd 1: AFC Laarsens v Soldiers Return.

North Hants Senior Cup rd 1: Andover Robins v Teams FC, Bramley Utd v AFC Allbrook, FC Tukkers v New Park Rangers, Rep of Chineham c Wyke Down Wanderers, Whitchurch Utd Wildebeest v Tadley Tigers.

North Hants Chris Price Cup rd 2: Andover Central v Overton Utd, Basingstoke Royals v Vernham Royals, Camrose Social v Worthies Sports and Social, Charlton Royals v Chineham Res, Chineham Cavaliers v Station Ath, Hedge End Tigers v Basingstoke Hammers, Eastrop Eagles v Whitchurch Utd Wildebeest Res.

Division 1: Chineham v Brookvale Utd.

Division 2: Bright Wood v Hampshire Irons

Division 3: Chineham Tigers v FC Shallow End, Hartley Sunday v AFC Basing, Kempshott v Hampshire Royals, Renegades v North Warnborough 2020.