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Harding heroics boost Bush Hill in Hampshire League Cup
3:59pm Sunday 15th September 2013 in Sport
Perry Harding struck a hat-trick as Bush Hill came from behind to beat Fleetlands in a ten-goal thriller in the first round of the Puma Engineering Hampshire League Cup.
Harding netted in the 40th, 43rd and 90th minutes as the former Drew Smith Southampton League champions survived scoring two own goals to emerge 6-4 winners.
James Lavender, Sean Hains and Liam Keites also scored for Bush.
Luke Watts scored twice as Hamble Club won 4-2 at home against Liss. Shane Flooks and Dean Byrne also netted.
Infinity netted four times in the first half en route to a 5-1 home victory over Four Marks.
On target were Mark Piper, Ryan Elliott , Anthony Walsh and Jack Jewell, with Scott Saunders adding a fifth three minutes into the second half. Clark Barclay had levelled for Four Marks.
Two extra time goals from Jordan Neal gave Locks Heath a 3-2 home success against Winchester Castle.
Goals from Declan Brocerick, Greg Parker and Harry Potter helped Clanfield beat visiting Portsmouth University 3-0.
Two goals in four minutes from Barry Parker in the second half gave Headley United a 2-1 home victory over Hedge End Rangers, Matt Hawks replying.
QK Southampton won 3-1 at Broughton thanks to Matt Kneller, Nat Lynch and Jamie Strange.
Elliott Brown (2) and Jamie Nash were on target as Otterbourne came from behind to win 3-2 at Bishops Waltham Town.
Goals from Dan Reynolds and Casson Spencer gave Andover Lions a 2-1 home win over Bournemouth Sports.
In the Premier Division, AFC Stoneham won 4-1 at Overton thanks to goals from Mark Gardner, Chris Pye, Ryan Sanger and Lewis Scorey. David Parry had levelled.
Lee Lodge’s goal gave Paulsgrove victory at AFC Aldermaston.
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