The Hampshire Premier League’s top three division one clubs all enjoyed big wins.
Bush Hill maintained their lead by hitting Broughton for six without reply. Two-goal Perry Harding hit a goal in each half and James Lavender, Liam Keites and Terry Parker also netted.
Conor Rowe hit FOUR and Dean Byrne, Rob Lamb and Luke Watts also got on the scoresheet.
Hamble remain seven points adrift, with two games in hand.
But they have a big game against third-placed Lyndhurst tomorrow night. Lyndhurst will travel to Hamble on the back of a good win themselves.
Nyall O’Connor scored twice and Ashley Baddams and Dave King bagged one apiece in a 4-0 thumping of lowly Michelmersh & Timsbury, who were grateful for Upham’s home defeat against Andover Lions Kieran Shallow scored a goal in each half for second-from-bottom Upham, but Casson Spencer scored two second-half goals to ensure a 4-2 win for Andover.
Meanwhile, Hamble Club’s reserves completed a good weekend for the club by winning the top-of-the-table contest in the Combination Division, 3-0 at Paulsgrove, to extend their lead to seven points with five games in hand.