Borough bury Angels to claim first win

Tom Dunford wins a header in the 2-0 win against Tonbridge Angels Picture: Allan Hutchings
Tom Dunford wins a header in the 2-0 win against Tonbridge Angels Picture: Allan Hutchings
Baffins Milton Rovers found it tough against Portland. Picture: Ian Hargreaves

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GOSPORT BOROUGH claimed their first victory of the Skrill South season with a hard-fought 2-0 win over Tonbridge Angels.

Jamie Brown and Rory Williams bagged the goals for Alex Pike’s triumphant side at Privett Park.

The Hawks’ home misery continued with a humiliating 5-0 Skrill South thrashing by Sutton United at Westleigh Park.

It was a third home defeat of the season for Lee Bradbury’s side.

Former Hawks players Jamie Slabber (2) and Craig Dundas netted for the Us and were joined on the scoresheet by Kane Haysman and Anthony Riviere.

A second consecutive 4-0 victory means that Bognor continued their impressive seven-game unbeaten run.

The Rocks followed up their Tuesday night FA Cup drubbing of Frome with a commanding Ryman League premier success over Hampton & Richmond.

An Ollie Pearce double and strikes from Ben Godfrey and substitute Terry Dodd sealed an emphatic Nyewood Lane success.

AFC Portchester advanced through to the FA Vase first-round proper with a commanding 4-0 victory over Wessex League premier counterparts Romsey.

A double from strikers Jamie Musselwhite and Simon Woods did the damage at Wicor Rec.

Horndean’s cup woes continued as they crashed out of the FA Vase 3-1 to Verwood Town.

Lenny Burney equalised for the hosts but two defensive errors either side of a penalty meant it was a disappointing afternoon for the Deans at Five Heads Park.