Hawks claim back-to-back wins as Gosport earn first victory in two monhts

Scott Donnelly netted for the Hawks in their 3-1 National League South win over Maidenhead United this afternoon   Picture: Ian Hargreaves
Scott Donnelly netted for the Hawks in their 3-1 National League South win over Maidenhead United this afternoon Picture: Ian Hargreaves
Wes Fogden takes on the Sutton opposition at Westleigh Park. Picture: Habibur Rahman

Hawks well beaten as Sutton capitalise on errors

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THE HAWKS continued their improvement with a 3-1 National League South win over Maidenhead United at a soggy Westleigh Park.

The home side came from behind to take all three points with goals from Godfrey Poku and substitutes Nic Ciardini and Scott Donnelly.

Jake Reid gave the visitors a 12th-minute lead before Poku levelled before the break.

Ciardini put the Hawks in front with a stunning 73rd-minute free-kick, before Donnelly scored in the final minute.

GOSPORT BOROUGH picked up their first National League South victory in two months as a 75th-minute penalty from Justin Bennett earned a 1-0 win over Weston-super-Mare in dreadful weather conditions.

Borough worked hard throughout the 90 minutes on a difficult surface made worse by driving rain and gale force winds and won the game from the spot after a handball was spotted in the Weston area leaving record goal scorer Bennett to settle this National League game which saw the majority of action and drama occur in the second half.

Four-midable BOGNOR advanced to the next round of the FA Trophy after coming from behind to beat Taunton 4-1 at a damp and drizzly Viridor Stadium this afternoon.

Josh Klein-Davies put the hosts ahead after just two minutes, before Ollie Pearce, Chike Kandi, Jason Prior and substitute Alfie Rutherford replied on a memorable afternoon for the Rocks.

PETERSFIELD slumped to a 2-0 Southern League division one central defeat in the wind and rain at Kings Langley.

Lorenzo Ferrari and Ste Ward fired the hosts into a two-goal half-time lead.

The Rams were twiced denied a way back into the game in the second half by goal-line clearances.

Alek Przespolewski and Gary Norgate were the frustrated duo.