ALTHOUGH several matches were lost to the weather Brighton Wood notched up their first win of the season on Sunday with 6-3 result over visitors AFC Corinthians in Bernard Cornish Cup.

Chineham Reserves made it five wins in a row after a comfortable 6-1 win in their tie against Renegades, who suffered their first defeat in five.

Chineham went an early goal up after Tyler Andrews intercepted a loose pass and first-timed through for Josh Dickins to drill in.

That lead to 2-0 after a cleared cross collected by Harry Elliott was thundered into the top corner from distance.

A well-worked team goal followed 3-0, Joe Marsh won possession, passed to Andrews, who combined with Danny Webb before crossing for Elliott to dink his brace.

Before half-time Chineham added a fourth when Danny Webb took a bouncing ball on the volley and scored a stunning long range goal over the goalkeeper's head.

Victory assured by half-time, Chineham continued to press and Marsh lobbed the defence for Dickins to smash in from the most acute of angles for his second 5-0.

Renegades pulled one back from a deflected free kick but Chineham wrapped it up, Danny Webb crossed, Andrews cut it back for sub Clayton Deakin to slot home.

Eastrop Eagles took early control and went one up against North Warnborough 2020, but play was delayed then moved to another pitch, after an Eastrop player injury, and Billy Breau and sub Ollie Manning stole the result for Warnborough. Eagles' first defeat in five games.

Gavin Curry gave Hampshire Irons a first-half 1-0 lead after pressure by Alex Brundell on AFC Basing.

After the interval, a long throw was flicked by Brendan Green onto Blundell for a far-post 2-0 tap-in.

Callum Silcox replied 2-1 for AFC Basing but Irons held on.

Hampshire Royals lost 15-0 to Chineham Tigers. Chineham dominated the first half scoring seven goals with Alex Dancer-Prosser netting five.

In the second half Chineham score another eight and continue to dominate, scorers Nick Bundy, Jordan Phillimore, Tyler Reid, Morgan Best, subs Benjamin Baier and Maciej Kowalski.

Royals had a few good spells but unable to take advantage. The Tigers wanted it more but, despite the loss, the host lads will take positives from the game.

Division One champions Republic of Chineham scored two in each half to beat disappointing Soldiers Return, missing a lot of regulars 4-0.

A win at Team FC would have put Brookvale United top of Division One for the first time and it was looking good after Khalil Bentaleb won the ball and played in Will Miller down the left.

His perfect centre was powerfully headed home by Adam Aimable 1-0 on 25 minutes, the 'Vale top scorer's seventh of the season.

A comedy of errors lead to the home side's equaliser, then it was 2-1 by half-time.

A four-goal blitz put the result beyond doubt, ending 6-1, a game marred by incidents and unsavoury scenes on the pitch.

Team FC strikes from John Cleary with a brace, Mark Frost, James Tennant and Brendan Vickery.

Basingstoke Royals won their Division Two match at Basingstoke Hammers 6-2, goals from Cameron George (2), Mark Horton (3), Steve Price (2) and Richard Wilcox.

In Division Three Basingstoke Saints entertained the unstoppable Hartley Sunday, losing 4-1.

Although Saints played well the new team to the league were too good for them.

Hartley Sunday started brightly in the sunshine with a very early goal from Aaron Richardson and Hartley were firmly camped in Saints' half, so a second for Richardson followed.

Hartley had more chances but could not put them away and Saints defence did its job admirably.

An unfortunate own goal took Hartley’s tally to 3-0.

Saints got out of their half and charged the Hartley goal with a clear shot which hit the upright but Saints were awarded a penalty making it 3-1 at the break.

For the second half Saints were sharper with play even throughout. Chances at both ends went begging. A Ryan Powell corner found Callum Nicholson who bulged the back of net, final score 4-1, extending Hartley's winning run to five.

Kempshott got off the mark at FC Shallow End early after nice passing play, Andy Bunyan sent Ben Clarke through on goal with a tidy finish.

Both teams battled hard to see out the first half at 1-0 to Kempshott.

The second goal came from George Marchant with a powerful left footed strike, after Josh Chapman out-strengthened two defenders with the assist.

Shallow End then controlled possession for the remainder of the second half but Kempshott defended well and deserved all three points, now unbeaten in three.

Hampshire Trophy Cup rd 2: Andover Robins v Bramley Utd, Brookvale Utd v Farnborough Central, Chineham v Wherwell Royals, South Wonston Swifts v New Park Rangers.

Hampshire Vase Cup rd 2: AFC Basing v Morley Road Academicals, Bakers Arms v Hartley Sunday, Basingstoke Saints v Charlton Royals, Eastrop Eagles v Portsville Park, Horse and Jockey v Renegades, Maverick v Basingstoke Hammers, North Warnborough 2020 v Andover Royals, Overton Utd v Snow Goose, Pharmasol Ayrtins v Hampshire Irons, Station Ath v FC Shallow End.

Hampshire Plate Cup rd 1: FC Anton v Kempshott, Rushmoor v Hampshire Royals.

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

Division 2: Basingstoke Royals v Chineham Res.

Division 3: Chineham Tigers v AFC Aldermaston.