NEW Park Rangers made it eight wins in a row with a solid performance away in Winchester against South Wonston Swifts in the Hampshire Sunday Trophy.

New Park went 1-0 up within five minutes after Ben Blackwell found the bottom corner with a powerful shot.

Swifts equalised with a brilliant free-kick on 10 minutes before Simon Harrison and Joe Hodge took New Park to 3-1 with two nice finishes among easier chances which were missed.

The Swifts converted a questionable penalty on 30 minutes before Lucas Freer scored his first of the season, heading in a Blackwell corner before the break.

In the second half, goals from Callum Greenly and Jordan Russell to complete a 6-2 victory.

AFC Laarsens extended their unbeaten run to six with a 1-0 win at Kings Somborne.

In the Hampshire Sunday Vase Chineham Cavaliers played an entertaining first half at Vernham Royals with only 10 players, holding on 1-1 at the interval.

Vernham took the lead through a penalty and looked set to win but Ben Saunders stunned them with a 25-yard free-kick in the last minute, sent the game to a shoot-out which the Cavaliers won 4-2 thanks to Saunders, Large, Williams and Heslin, while Will Heywood saved two penalties, for Cavaliers' first away win.

AFC Aldermaston lost their Berks and Bucks Sunday Junior Cup 4-2 at Kennington Athletic.

Bramley United eased through their North Hants Senior Cup match with a 3-0 victory at AFC Allbrook.

A long kick from the goalkeeper was funnelled past the home goalkeeper by Tyrell Ried, then Matt Southgate's great wing work assisted Ried's second before Adam Bartlett beat two defenders to slot into the right-hand corner.

Brookvale United were two down at the break in their Basingstoke Kelvin Cup tie at AMF United Andover, conceding from corners, and Yakhouba Kaba missed two gilt-edged chances.

On the hour mark, striker Adam Aimable scored twice to level it at 2-2, both from David Chilcott's pinpoint passes.

The first a sublime left-footed drive, the second saw Aimable round the goalkeeper.

However, AMF scored again to make it 3-2 and 'Vale could not equalise. Sam Trodd, Callum Grover, Dave Weatherhead's volley and Aimable's header came close but no cigars.

Republic of Chineham extended their unbeaten run to four games, knocking Team FC out 4-2, with a Ross Cook hat-trick and George Jones, with Jamie Hope and James Tennant replying.

In an end-to-end game on a boggy pitch Sportsman grabbed an early lead at Wherwell Royals through Paul Scobell, before Grant Hall slotted home the second.

Wherwell replied just before half-time with a neat lob and restarted on top, before one of their defenders scored an own goal.

Sportsman grabbed a fourth through Lee Holloway as they won 4-1.

Soldiers Return struggled to field 11 against Tadley Tigers in Division One and went 2-0 down early with no linesman to flag a clear offside.

Soldiers improved after going 3-0 with Ben Allnutt finding a late consolation. Luke Allaston, Luke McLean and sub Danny Tompkins netted for Tigers.

Brighton Wood lost their Division two match 4-0 to Basingstoke Hammers, Cameron George, Ashley Perryman and Regan James' brace secured a fourth away win in a row.

Hampshire Irons and Camrose Social both started brightly knowing this was a big six-pointer.

Irons led after good play down the left by Mike Pemberton found Joe Hearn to volley into the top corner.

Irons doubled their lead as Pemberton squared to Michael Wood in the six-yard box, netting his third in two games.

Mike Tiley made an incredible save to keep Irons ahead, similar to the famous Gordon Banks' Pele save.

However, Irons did concede to make it 2-1 at half-time.

After the interval, Irons started slow and Camrose levelled. Irons moved higher up the pitch which worked wonders as sub Alex Bundle set up Gavin Curry to volley home from just inside the area to make it 3-2.

Brundle was the provider as Curry lobbed the goalkeeper for his second to ensure Irons' points. Chris Waller and Matthew Foreman scored for Camrose.

Chineham Tigers started their Division Three game quickly, pressing high up the pitch and scored five in the first half-hour.

Hampshire Royals replied with an Anthony Davis penalty by half-time.

Chineham changed formation and tactics, reaping 10 goals, finishing 16-1 winners, Alex Dance-Prosser scoring 11 to add to Benjamin Baler, Joseph Delgano, Thomas Grossi, Morgan Best and sub Lucas Soedring goals.

Kempshott’s were soundly beaten for the first time in five games by a strong and efficient North Warnborough 2020 team.

Kempshott did not seem interested from the start and were quickly 3-0 down.

Dan Goodyear got a consolation to make it 4-1 after an hour, but they tired and conceded four more before full-time, the last from the final kick of the game.

Warnborough's Harry Armstrong netted a hat-trick, Ollie Manning a brace and Charlie Auge-de-Rancourt and sub Sam Warner also netted as they are now unbeaten in five.

This Sunday's fixtures Hampshire Vase Cup rd 2: Renegades v Horse and Jockey.

Andover Presidents Cup rd 1: AFC Laarsens v Wyke Down Wanderers, Chineham v Bramley Utd, Rep of Chineham v Soldiers Return, Team FC v Kings Somborne, Whitchurch Utd Wildebeest v New Park Rangers.

Bernard Cornish Cup rd 2: AFC Aldermaston v North Warnborough 2020, Basingstoke Royals v Hampshire Irons, Basingstoke Saints v Worthies Sports & Social, Brighton wood v Camrose Social, FC Shallow End v Chineham Cavaliers, Kempshott v Chineham Tigers, Overton Utd v Sportsmen Res.

Division 2: Basingstoke Hammers v Eastrop Eagles.

Division 3: AFC Basing v Hartley Sunday.