Infinity put seven past Colden Common to go top of the Hampshire Premier... Locks Heath climb into top three

Infinity stormed to the top of the Hampshire Premier League Senior Division after putting seven goals past Colden Common this evening.

Wednesday, 21st October 2020, 10:05 pm
Updated Wednesday, 21st October 2020, 10:07 pm
Wayne Boud struck twice for Infinity against Colden Common. Picture: Chris Moorhouse (290220-45)

Gary Wheatcroft's men climbed above Bush Hill to go three points clear at the summit courtesy of a 7-4 home triumph in an 11-goal thriller.

Common did cause some panic in the Infinity ranks as they raced into a 3-1 lead inside 30 minutes.

But the division's leading scorers, now with 38 goals, stormed back to make it 11 league games without defeat this season.

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Jamie White and Wayne Boud both struck twice for Wheatcroft's men while Rory Hunter-Brown, Tom Andrews and Dan Phillips completed the scoring.

Infinity now sit three points clear at the summit although they have played two matches more than Bush Hill below them.

n Locks Heath climbed up to third in the table with a comfortable 3-0 home victory against Clanfield.

Heath came flying out of the traps and were two goals to the good inside the opening five minutes.

Jordan Whiteley continued his hot scoring streak, netting both of those early efforts.

It was left to substitute Chris Sales to curl home late on and make sure of all three points.

Dave Fuge's men sit in third spot with a point less than second-placed Bush Hill although they have played two games more.