Hawks pay the penalty... Five-star Concord beat Borough... Rams claim a point

Hawks striker Jason Prior

Hawks striker Jason Prior

Jordan Rose competing for the Hawks in the final at Fratton Park. Picture: Sarah Standing

Rose completes Hawks deal and targets more success

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The Hawks slipped to a disappointing 2-0 Ryman Premier defeat against Enfield Town at Westleigh Park today.

Enfield stunned the home side by taking the lead after just two minutes.

Tyler Campbell picked up a deep cross beyond the far post and cut cleverly to the byline.

He crossed for Harry Ottaway who squeezed his header under Ryan Young and into the net.

The Hawks wasted a glorious opportunity to level in the 10th minute.

The referee awarded the home side a penalty, although Scott Shulton’s challenge on Ben Swallow looked outside the area.

Jason Prior blazed his spot-kick over the bar.

Nine minutes from the end, Enfield sealed the win when substitute Tom Collins lashed home a 25-yard drive.

Gosport Borough slipped to a 4-2 National League South defeat at home to Enfield Town.

After a goalless first half, Concord seized the initiative early in the second period.

Steve Cawley gave Concord the lead after 47 minutes, heading home a Jordan Chiedoze cross.

Chiedoze then scored himself, cutting in from the flank and curling home.

Aaron Dawson hit straight back for Borough on 50 minutes.

Chiedoze then won a penalty for the visitors.

Cawley stroked it home for a 3-1 lead.

Chiedoze netted his second with a wonder-strike three minutes from time.

Substitute Ben Wright pulled one back for Borough.

However, Chiedoze capped a devastating display with his hat-trick goal in injury-time.

Petersfield Town claimed a valuable away point in Southern League Central division one against Aylesbury United.

The home side took the lead after 24 minutes when a dangerous ball across the goal was turned home by Aylesbury attacker Bruno Brito.

It took just six minutes for the Rams to get back on level terms.

A corner from the left was floated into the box and was headed into his own net by Aylesbury’s Ryan Kinnae.

The best chance to win the game came with four minutes left.

Substitute Ollie Sturt put the ball across goal from the right.

With the goal gaping, Alfy Whitingham could only send his shot wide.

Other scores (Wessex League): AFC Portchester 1-1 Alresford Town; Fawley 0-1 Moneyfields 4; Amsbury 5-2 Horndean

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