Perfect starts continue for Locks Heath and Infinity in L4 Teamwear Challenge Cup - but Fleetlands, Moneyfields Reserves and Hayling United still waiting for first win
Locks Heath and Infinity continued their perfect starts in the L4 Teamwear Challenge Cup this evening.
Heath are still to concede a goal in the competition and ran out 2-0 winners against fellow Hampshire Premier League Senior Division side Hayling United.
Infinity sit top of the Group 1 standings after claiming a 2-1 home triumph over Division One outfit QK Southampton.
Ben Chambers' four-minute double inside the opening 16 minutes helped Locks Heath add another three points to their group stage tally - and they are well on track to progress to the next stage.
Infinity, with new manager Mark Dugan taking charge after his recent appointment, were made to work hard for their win against QK.
Jamie White had fired Infinity in front before the visitors equalised prior to the interval.
But substitute Jamie Clarke's strike 16 minutes from time made it two group wins from as many matches in the L4 Teamwear Challenge Cup.
Elsewhere, both Moneyfields Reserves and Fleetlands are still searching for their first wins in group 6 after playing out a 0-0 draw.
Moneys have two points from as many games having drawn with Hayling at the weekend.
Meanwhile, Fleetlands picked up their first point after bouncing back from the defeat to Locks Heath in the opener.
In group 7, Denmead bagged a first victory by beating Harvest Home 4-0 last night.
They had four different scorers as Kieran Hammond, Steve Field, Danny Lucas and Jacob Arend all finding the net.
The other two teams in group - Paulsgrove and Denmead - meet at Westleigh Park on Thursday (7.45pm).