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  • 19/10/16
  • By Tony Spencer
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Basingstoke & District Sunday League Match Reports from Sunday 16th October, By Tony Spencer.

Affini Technology fell behind twice in their North Hants Senior Cup tie at Andover RBL on Sunday before the visitors made a double substitution with ten minutes to go. At the start of the second half they trailed by a single goal conceded before the interval, before Alex Jupp, assisted by Aaron Burt, evened the score. Once again Andover RBL edged ahead 2-1 before, first James Jupp levelled with a free kick, and Joe Lawler fired in his late winner 2-3.

Soldiers Return chalked up their first win of the season, in a comfortable 1-10 result at Andover Sports. Joe Hill got two goals, the second a looping header, with Cobi Judd's hat-trick, gave the visitors a 1-5 scoreline at the interval. After Ellis Hauman added a brace, and Fred Cloke netted, Alex Izzo came on as substitute towards the end, hitting the target twice, one a 25-yard screamer.

Oakley Club de Futbol Albion dominated their away game at FILO with 95% possession, although only two first-half goals to show for it, a strike from Dan Bloma and 25-yard bicycle kick from Cian Condon. Thirty seconds into the second half Condon scored, from another scissor kick, and Oakley bossed through 0-3 finish.

The match between Halfway United and Tron was abandoned after 72 minutes, when the score was 0-4 to Tron.

The Republic of Chineham v Trant games was postponed by a waterlogged pitch.

Bramley United were 3-0 up at half-time in a dominant display in their North Hants Chris Price Cup against Shipton Bellinger, after Colin Bell rounded the keeper to score, Les Wood doubled the lead, and Bell added his second. The visitors increased their efforts, reduced the deficit to 3-1 and applied strong pressure, but substitute Adam Bartlett and Wood's second, from a header, brought a 5-1 victory.

Chineham beat Twinings 4-0, goals from Dan Greenwood, Matt Kempson, Shane West and an own goal.

Owslebury early lead was levelled by Eastrop Eagles with a long-range effort, but their game went pear-shaped and the visitors lost 7-1.

Basingstoke Saints lost 1-6 against visitors South Wonston Swifts.

Hampshire Irons led after five minutes at UWS, thanks to good work by Mike Pemberton, however by the break UWS were 3-1 ahead. A Pemberton penalty closed the gap at 4-2, but the game ended 7-2 in the hosts' favour.

Chineham Reserves faced stiff opposition at AFC Wolversdene OB in their North Hants John Ward Cup tie, which ended 3-3 after extra time, with a Leon Dalton pair and James Buckland. Chineham triumphed in the shoot-out 2-4.

Neil Robinson in goal was outstanding for Camrose Social in their 2-0 result over Andover Robins, with Ian Jones and Aaron Burt on target.
Team FC started well at Cabin 34 in Andover, having fielded their best starting eleven for weeks, going 0-1 up after five minutes with Connor McKenzie's driven shot from outside the area. Cabin 34 levelled 1-1 with a penalty, then went 2-1 up five minutes later. The hosts were on top until half-time and 20 minutes into the second half. Craig Hine missed a penalty, but made up for it with a 2-2 equalizer. Hine then saw the keeper off his line and made it 2-3 from 35 yards before Brendan Vickery made it 2-4 and the floodgates opened, leading to a 3-11 victory. Craig Hine ended with four goals, Brendan Vickery a hat-trick.

Chineham Athletic beat FC Wildebeest Reserves 0-4.

RAF Odiham Blades kept a clean sheet with a 0-6 win at Andover Royals.

Overton United lost 11-1 away at AFC Eastleigh.

Callum Rump netted for DG Athletic as they lost 8-1 at Broughton Reserves.

Rising Sun went down 1-8 to Hedge End Tigers.

North Warnborough Reserves had a tough but evenly-matched tie in Micheldever against FC Roebuck. Nial Day put Boro 0-1 ahead after 10 minutes but were holding on 1-1 at half-time. The hosts led 2-1 after a breakaway goal on 70 minutes. Ryan Thorpe equalized with ten minutes left, with a flying kick from out wide then, in the final few minutes Tom Lucas beat the keeper in a one on one to celebrate a 2-3 win.

Soldiers Return Reserves hammered Nether Wallop Reserves 9-1, after Matt Kelly took the lead ten minutes in. Josh Lowther added one, Kelly his second, and Callum Silcox, before the break. Kelly scored twice more before George Collins, then Kelly finished off his collection in the last five minutes.