Race for glory is back on

Pol Soms Irazola and the Havant first will have to wait until February 2 to get their National League conference west campaign up and running again. Picture: Mick Young (122732-06)
Pol Soms Irazola and the Havant first will have to wait until February 2 to get their National League conference west campaign up and running again. Picture: Mick Young (122732-06)
Matt Cox scored for Havant. Picture: Keith Woodland

Havant give leaders Exeter a big scare

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Havant and Fareham have to wait until next month to get their National League conference west campaign under way again.

But our Hampshire League sides are firmly back on the glory trail.

Havant’s second string host Bournemouth in Hampshire/Surrey League division one at Havant College tomorrow (1.15pm).

Meanwhile, rivals Fareham II travel to Southampton (1.30pm).

In the second division, City of Portsmouth visit Haslemere at Woolmers Hill (2pm) as they aim to close the gap on third-bottom Bank of England.

Havant’s third team make the trip to Chapel Gate to face Bournemouth II in Hampshire League division one (1.30pm).

Fareham III are in action at Henry Cort School as they welcome Winchester’s second string (11.45am).

In the second division, Fareham IV travel to Basingstoke, Gosport host Southampton University III, Havant IV take on Southampton’s seconds and Portsmouth & Southsea visit Trojans II.

The pick of the ladies’ action is at Henry Cort School, where second-placed Havant II visit third-placed Fareham in a mouthwatering Hampshire League division one derby (10am).