THE North Hants Chris Price Cup semi-final last Sunday proved to be a thriller as Camrose Social edged out Basingstoke Hammers 4-3, writes TONY SPENCER.

Chris Waller netted a hat-trick, the last direct from a corner and Matt Foreman netted Camrose's other goal.

Hartley Sunday lost their Aldershot District FA Eric Holbrook Cup tie at Wyvern 1-0, played in truly atrocious conditions on a pitch that was deteriorating rapidly.

Republic of Chineham beat AFC Laarsens 5-2 to complete a Division One league double, despite home goals from Dan Bloma and sub Sam Clift.

Bramley United were worthy winners at New Park Rangers, played in difficult conditions at Brighton Hill.

Bramley were 2-0 up by the half-hour mark, the first when Colin Bell rounded goalkeeper for Adam Bartlett to score, the second a Stuart Leddy header.

New Park started the second half better but without really testing the Bramley goalkeeper and with the wind, had the ball in Bramley’s half more than the first half.

A sweet 30-yard Darren Clift volley flew in over the goalkeeper on 70 minutes and, 10 minutes later, Bartlett slotted into bottom corner to complete a 4-0 win.

This was New Park's first league defeat, while Bramley United are unbeaten in 10 games.

The Division Two game between Chineham Cavaliers and Eastrop Eagles kicked off in horrendous conditions with the wind having a massive impact on the game.

However, Cavaliers’ passing game won in the end, beating the Eagles 3-2 with two from James Harrington and one from Harry Major.

Special mention to Cavaliers’ back five for withstanding the onslaught in the last 10 minutes, down to 10 men and against hail and everything else the weather could throw at them.

AFC Basing beat Hampshire Royals 15-1 in Division Three, Ryan Bennett led the way with a hat-trick, Lewis Clayton, Andrew Darmody, Callum Silcox, Joe Smart and Brandon Wheeler all got braces and there were singles from Adam Price and sub Jamie Pearce.

Callum Archibald pulled one back for Royals on 70 minutes.

FC Shallow End completed the league double over Chineham Tigers 5-0, goals from Taku Hwehwe, with a brace, Jordan Langley, Jack Sargent and sub Max Eldridge.

Kempshott lost 3-0 to visitors Basingstoke Saints.