Hampshire League champs back on top

Dean Cole, centre

Dean Cole, centre

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Reigning champions Locks Heath are back on top of the Puma Engineering Hampshire League Premier Division table.

They moved ahead of Liphook on goal difference after a 1-1 home draw against Liss.

Deon Newby thrust Liss ahead after six minutes, but Locks levelled before half-time through James Rolfe.

Liphook romped to a 5-1 win at lowly Bournemouth Sports with Ryan Angear cracking a hat-trick. Harry Tremlett and Steve Harding also netted.

First half goals from Sam Adams and Luke Musselwhite gave AFC Stoneham a 2-0 win at fourth placed Headley, who would have gone top had they won.

A last minute goal from Tom King gave Winchester Castle a 3-2 home success against Hedge End Rangers.

Alex Welch and Dean Cole (penalty) had earlier put Castle into a 2-0 lead inside 33 minutes.

But Rangers hit back to level through Andy Bauck and Gavin Cross.

In the only First Division game to take place, Upham beat visiting Four Marks 3-0 with goals from Stuart Creese (2) and Ben Rowlatt.

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