DAN Brettell led the goal charge as Portsmouth men’s 2nds claimed the first Hampshire League victory of the season.
He struck four times in a 6-3 victory over Winchester 4ths.
Brettell opened the scoring after a square ball into the D by Chris Palmer, with Alex Williams adding a second shortly after.
Winchester reduced the arrears before half-time, and levelled not long into the second period.
Brettell fired Portsmouth back in front before Winchester levelled again with a reverse hand shot beating Ed Smyth.
After that, though, Portsmouth took control and led again when Palmer set up Chris Hargreaves to net
Brettell completed his hat-trick after showing off impressive skills at the top of the D, and the same player completed the half-dozen haul.
Portsmouth men’s 1sts drew 0-0 at Haslemere in a game which saw Rob Hunt and Luke Parsons make their debuts for the newly-formed club.
The hosts were unable to find a way past keeper Chris Ball despite a flurry of penalty corners, and Portsmouth playing 15 minutes in the second half with only nine men.
Portsmouth were awarded a short corner with just seconds left, with Stu Avery fouled in the act of shooting in front of the umpire.
Surprisingly, the umpire ruled against him.
Portsmouth 3rds defeated Basingstoke 3-1 with all the goals coming in the first half.
The visitors went ahead when some slick passing play allowed Harrison Carkeek-Blakley to convert.
A well-taken reverse stick shot by man of the match Owen Barnes made it 2-0 and Paul Barnes got in on the act with a flicked shot before Basingstoke replied.
Alan Ball struck twice as Portsmouth 4ths maintained their winning run with a 4-3 success against Fareham 8ths. Gary Bull and Daniel Snelling also netted, while young keeper Jack Hargreaves was voted man of the match.
John Arnell and Will Duffy struck hat-tricks as Portsmouth 5ths caned Trojans 6ths 8-0.
Jamie Moore netted twice as Pompey built up a 6-0 interval lead, with midfielder Tom Greer man of the match.
Portsmouth veterans lost 4-2 at Andover.
Michael Pugh struck four times as US Portsmouth thumped Gosport 6-1 in Division 3 of the Hampshire League. Matthew Wallis and Jamie Martin also scored.