Hawks secure first away win

Sahr Kabba scored a brace for the Hawks in their 3-1 win at Maidenhead
Sahr Kabba scored a brace for the Hawks in their 3-1 win at Maidenhead
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Two-goal Sahr Kabba helped the Hawks secure a first Skrill South away win of the season as they beat Maidenhead United 3-1 at York Road.

Substitute Steve Ramsey scored from the penalty spot midway through the second half to seal the three points.

Gosport Borough’s Skrill South baptism of fire continued as they were handed a 4-0 mauling at Bishop’s Stortford.

Two goals in either half – from Sean Francis, Matt Johnson, Cliff Akurang and Kyle Vassell – sent Borough to their sixth defeat in nine league games this term.

Rampant Bognor romped to their sixth-straight Ryman premier division win as Ollie Pearce and Terry Dodd doubles saw off Enfield at Nyewood Lane.

Arron Hopkinson’s stunning volley had given the Rocks an early lead, with Corry Whiteley scoring Enfield’s consolation goal.

Fareham Town’s winning run continued as they recorded a fifth successive win – thrashing Downtown 6-0 at Cams Alders.

Graham Lindsey fired a hat-trick for the Reds.

He was joined on the scoresheet by Gary Austin, Liam Bradbury – son of Hawks boss Lee – and Ashley Tattersall.

Ten-man AFC Portchester came back from 2-0 down to draw away at high-flying Alresford Town.

A Nathan Kirby brace cancelled out Stuart Mott and Dominic Cope’s first-half efforts.

Elsewhere in the Wessex premier, Horndean drew 3-3 at home to Fawley.

Meanwhile, Moneyfields won 3-0 at Verwood Town.