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Common's Magee gives treble trouble to QK Southampton
1:48pm Sunday 27th October 2013 in Sport
Magee fired Common into a ninth-minute lead in their second round tie with QK and his side never looked back – Magee adding another on 48 minutes and then wrapping up the win and his treble with 13 minutes to go.
Elsewhere in the competition, AFC Stoneham were dumped out by visitors Overton – Ben Dibbern and Myles Englefield giving the north Hampshire side a first half lead and Steve Jenkin getting a consolation for Stoneham late in the second half.
Goals from Leigh Penny and Dan Gray gave Headley United a 2-0 win over Infinity, Hamble won 2-0 at Otterbourne thanks to strikes either side of half-time from Luke Watts and Ben Kneller, and goals from Mike Porter and Martin King saw AFC Aldermaston to a 2-1 win at Liphook united, Sean Burton bagging the host’s consolation.
In the only other League Cup tie, Andover Lions came back from being 1-0 down at Locks Heath – Jon Stevens giving the hosts an eighth minute lead – to win 2-1 thanks to second half strikes from Reece Rusher and Darren Paris. There were only two matches played in the Premier Division – Hedge End Rangers drawing 1-1 at Bishop’s Waltham Town and Winchester Castle coming from a goal down to win 3-1 at Liss Athletic, Dean Cole, Rowan Galloway and Ben Unsworth hitting the target for Castle.
In Division 1 two goals from Andy Longland were not enough to get Lyndhurst anything from their trip to Broughton.
A second half double from Luke Harry and a late Elliot Richards goal saw Broughton overturn the deficit and take all three points, There was more misery for bottom-dwellers Durley in the division’s only other tie, as they were spanked 6-1 at home by Four Marks.
Bradley Smirk had given Durley an unlikely lead, but a Joe Callow hat-trick and a Ricky Peters strike settled the win, while Alex Barclay chipped in with a late double to add a bit more gloss to the scoreline.
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