AFC Laarsens started their Hampshire Sunday Trophy match against Soldiers Return the better and took the lead after 20 minutes.

However, visitors Soldiers Return finished the half the stronger and on 30 minutes Soldiers equalised from Warren Hill's deep free-kick forcing an own goal.

A second quickly followed for Soldiers, Stuart Cubbage down the left beat a man and crossed to Craig Williamson's head, 2-1 at half-time.

Soldiers dominated and on 55 minutes Hill's free-kick headed for Alex Izzo to finish 3-1.

Laarsens reduced the gap to 3-2 and two minutes later equalised from the penalty spot before Laarsens got the winner 4-3 with nine minutes remaining.

Team FC drew 2-2 at Andover Robins in the North Hants Senior Cup, winning 4-3 on penalties.

Top of Basingstoke Division One New Park Rangers travelled to top of Andover Division One AFC Tukkers in the North Hants Senior Cup.

Both teams had 100 per cent records.

New Park started brightly, the first goal on five minutes, Ben Blackwell found Nathan Barlow to score.

Tukkers' defence conceded a second, Jake Tanner rolling the ball to Blackwell to smash in from 20 yards out.

Joe Hodge's one-on-one made it 3-0 on 20 minutes, before Charlie Hart added his first goal, heading in from a Blackwell corner on the half-hour. Tukkers started the second half better scoring on 55 minutes.

New Park dug deep, down to 10 men with 10 minutes left. Jak Arthur made three good saves before Tukkers converted a penalty on 85 minutes, but New Park still won 4-2.

Republic of Chineham beat Wyke Down Wanderers 7-1.

Tadley Tigers visited Whitchurch United Wildebeest, who beat Tigers in last season's APC final.

Tigers kept possession well, their opener within the first 15 minutes, Luke Allaston's cross to Luke Maclean was saved before Josh Curtis netted the rebound.

Jordan Holmes latched onto a Luke Maclean cross to tap in Tadley's second.

Josh Curtis scored his second 10 minutes before half-time to make it 3-0.

Wildebeest pulled one back soon after the restart but Tadley's Maclean slotted home.

Curtis completed his hat-trick from the spot. The game effectively ended 20 minutes from time when super sub Danny Tompkins found the bottom corner as it finished 6-2.

In the North Hants Chris Price Cup, Overton United won 2-1 at Andover Central, Basingstoke Hammers won 5-1 at Hedge End Tigers and Basingstoke Royals lost 3-2 at home to Vernham Royals.

Camrose Social won 11-0 against visitors Worthies Sports and Social, thanks to Rocky Wyatt (4), Chris Waller (3), Matt Foreman, Sammy Shahir, Alex McKenna and Ben Hobday.

Chineham Reserves worked hard at Charlton Royals to return 3-2 winners. Chineham started sloppy, going in 1-0 down at half-time.

However, they took the game to the opposition, Jack Clarke pass out to the right was collected by Josh Dickins who drilled a low shot into the bottom corner.

Minutes later, a superb team goal took the lead after Dickins crossed from the right, where Joe Marsh's penalty-spot dummy fooled the defence and Tyler Andrews bent the ball into the top right corner.

Pegged back level 2-2 from Royals' counter attack, Chineham fought hard, rewarded with three minutes left when Jack Clarke's corner found Marsh, who put the the winner into the roof of the net.

Chineham Cavaliers lost 2-1 to Station Athletic in a competitive game. Leke Williams scored for Cavaliers.

Brookvale United won 2-1 at Chineham, their first away win.

A throw-in flicked on by Chris Morris to Simon Head, whose bicycle kick gave Hampshire Irons a 1-0 in their Division 2 contest at Brighton Wood.

Mike Pemberton lobbed the goalkeeper for a second from a Ben Whitton pass.

Sheldon Wright pulled two back for the hosts, 2-2 at half-time. Young Brendan Green got his first goal for 3-2 before Morris' low drive completed a 4-2 win.

In Division 3 the Chineham Tigers match against FC Shallow End saw the visitors catch Chineham on the counter to go 1-0 up after 10 minutes. Chineham pressed but another counter from Shallow End added another after 27 minutes.

Chineham scored early in the second half after a fantastic bicycle kick by Mac Kowalski on his debut.

Chineham dominated play but a mistake saw them concede an own goal and it soon became 5-1.

Chineham pulled a second goal back, Matt Coleman scored a delightful chip from 18 yards as it finished 5-2.

Hartley Sunday maintained their 100 per cent record, entertaining AFC Basing also on a five unbeaten run.

The Sunday Boys were ahead by Darryl McKeown early doors.

Shane Deakin added a brace 3-0 by half-time.

Basing improved but could not prevent sub Ryan Powell scoring on his debut. Deakin completed his hat-trick followed by Jake Whitby's goal. Powell's brace ensured Hartley Sunday won 7-0.

Kempshott's win over Hampshire Royals was never in doubt, Kempshott dominated, scoring 22 without reply, great performances from James Hudson, Gideon Vallance, Andy Bunyan and George Marchant.

Their scorers were Hudson (6), Marchant (5), Vallence (5), Bunyan (3), Ben Clarke (3), Daniel Goodyear (2) and Josh Chapman (2).

The visitor's squad were embattled with injuries, left with a skeleton team, but the lads will soak up the positives from the performance.

Renegades were not expected to get anything from unbeaten North Warnborough 2020, but the lads deserve enormous credit.

Warnborough had more possession creating trouble for the Renegades' tight defence.

Around 30 minutes Renegades counter-attack was halted by a free-kick 28 yards out but George Collins' long range spectacular free-kick hit the net to make it 1-0, the first goal conceded by Boro.

Renegades kept their shape but on 70 minutes Warnborough drew level from a corner 1-1, a penalty made it 2-1 to North Warnborough.

Renegades attacked and, with three minutes left, a Scott Mclean corner found captain Charlie Jones to smash home the equaliser.

Renegades' man of the match was Luke Simpson who was amazing in goal.

This Sunday's fixtures are Hampshire Vase Cup rd 2: Vernham Royals v Chineham Cavaliers.

North Hants Senior Cup rd 1: Bramley Utd v AFC Allbrook, Tidworth Town v AFC Laarsens.

Bernard Cornish Cup rd 1: Brighton Wood v AFC Corinthians, Chineham Res v Renegades, Eastrop Eagles v North Warnborough 2020, Hampshire Irons v AFC Basing, Hampshire Royals v Chineham Tigers.

Berks and Bucks Cup rd 1: Kennington Ath v AFC Aldermaston.

Division 1: Rep of Chineham v Soldiers Return, Team FC v Brookvale.

Division 2: Basingstoke Hammers v Basingstoke Royals.

Division 3: Basingstoke Saints v Hartley Sunday, FC Shallow End v Kempshott.