Chappell stars as AFC Eastney celebrate hat-trick
AFC Eastney made it three wins out of three in all competitions with an 11-2 victory over Gosport's WPMÂ Titans Reserves in the Hampshire Sunday Junior C Cup, writes Paul Oastler.
Centre-half Jordan Chappell netted twice in a man-of-the-match performance.
Freddy PenfoldÂ scored four goals to take his tally to six for the season.
Cliff Little and Jaye Kane also weighed in with doubles, while Mark Harris topped up the tally.
Barry Jeans' twoÂ goals were not enough for EastneyÂ Reserves, though.
They went down to a 7-2 defeat at the hands ofÂ FC Lakeside Reserves.
Joel Jackson celebrated his debut withÂ six of the LakesideÂ goals. Andy Newman scored the other.
Freehouse A progressed to the next round withÂ a 3-1Â win over AC FC.
Fred Baverstock, Martin Murphy and Alex Niven scoredÂ the goals.Â
Kane Green hit the target as FC Lakeside drew 1-1 withÂ Horndean HawksÂ in the Hampshire Sunday Junior B Cup.
The former thenÂ progressed to the next round with a 4-1 victory in theÂ penalty shootout.
Football for Cancer's Nathan New helped himself to fourÂ goals in a 6-2Â win over WPM Titans.
Luke Steere and Steve Penny got the other strikes.
The Portsmouth & District Football Association (PDFA)Â Vase Cup saw two players share the North End CosmosÂ goals in a 9-3 victory over Whiteley.
Stefan Nancarrow scored fiveÂ and Paul Stanley hitÂ four.
Wickham Dynamos and AC Copnor also progressed to the next round.
Meanwhile, in the Victory Cup there were wins for AFCÂ Portchester, Milton Rovers, Wicor Mill and Freehouse.
Freehouse beat AFC Southbourne 5-1 with Al Shaw scoring twice.
Levi Jon Chalk, Peter Hunt and Jordan Garner completed the win.
In the Portsmouth Sunday League, 10-man Bowood drew 1-1 in a hard-fought battle with Broad Oak Social in division one.
Ala Ben Saliah scoredÂ for Bowood, while Luke Madgwick wasÂ on target for Broad Oak.
DCC FC topped the table in division twoÂ after a 6-2 win over Castle United.Â
In division three, a high-scoring game between AFCÂ Portchester Reserves and AFCÂ Prospect Farm Rangers Reserves ended in a 6-5 win to the latter.
Portchester led 2-0 in an exciting start but Prospect soon upped their game to turn the tables.
But despite leading 5-2 at one stage, they allowed Portchester to fight back to 5-5.
And as the Wicor outfit pushed for a winner, Prospect broke away to snatch the victory.
Ashley Twells hit a hat-trick '“Â including a great volley from long range '“Â for Portchester.
Remi Cake andÂ Warren Jupp notched the other goals.Â
Saturn Royale maintained their 100-per-cent start to the season with a 5-2 victory over 10-man Play-Away Soccer.
Top scorer Lee Owens cancelled out Play-Away's early opener.
And in the second half Saturn kicked on, with Matt Webber firing them in front from the penalty spot in 55 minutes.
Two goals in five minutes '“Â from Luke Carraher and Webber '“ saw them leadÂ 4-2.
A defensive slip-up allowed Play-Away to pull a goal back on 85 minutes but Webber completed his hat-trick in the dying seconds.
Saturn rose to the summit of the division three standings on goal difference.
Bradley Gill, Harry Knight and Chuks Mark were all on target for Hatton Rovers as they bankedÂ a 3-1 win over Wicor Mill Royals
AFCÂ Lovedean moved to the top of division fourÂ after overcoming FC Fenix 3-1.
Fenix took the lead with a James Ford goal but Lovedean hit back with a Luke Chalcraft hat-trick.Â
FC Firhill got into double figures in division fiveÂ with a 10-2 victory against Fratton Trade Reserves.