DUAL-SIGNED Eastleigh youngster Owen Fee plundered his second hat-trick in five days as Lymington Town dominated the New Forest derby at Bashley.

Lymo powered their way back to fifth spot with a convincing 5-0 Sydenhams Premier Division victory, ending Bashley’s four-match winning streak. It was sweet revenge for a 5-1 home defeat by Bash earlier in the season.

The unavailability of influential frontmen Conor Whiteley and Harry McGrath didn’t help Bashley’s cause, leaving Kabba Jack as their lone striker.

Even so, the hosts had chances to take a first-half lead as Jack was twice thwarted by Ross Casey in the Lymo goal and Harrison White and Sam Jackson both sent efforts off-target.

It was a different story after the break as Lymo stamped their authority on the game.

Having opened the scoring from skipper Ross Bottomley’s assist, Fee doubled the visitors’ advantage with a fine solo goal.

Charlie Willett bagged the next two, leaving the dynamic Fee to crown his hat-trick in the last minute.

*Reigning champions Portland United were pegged back by a last-gasp leveller in a 2-2 draw at Amesbury Town.

Sam Buckler and Alex Godfrey put the Islanders 2-1 up after Craig Wheeler had fired Amesbury ahead.

It remained that way until deep into stoppage time when ex-AFC Totton man Dan Beckles pulled the hosts back on terms.

“That’s three draws on the bounce where I could pretty much make an argument that we should have won them,” said Portland boss Simon Browne.

Jordan Neal bagged both Petersfield Town goals as the rock-bottom Rams picked up a rare point in a 2-2 draw with Bournemouth Poppies at Love Lane.

Poppies return to action tomorrow (Tuesday, 7.45pm), away to Vanarama National League outfit Eastleigh in the Hampshire FA Senior Cup third round.

*The Yachtsmen of Cowes Sports sailed past ten-man Bemerton Heath Harlequins 3-0 at Westwood Park through Connor Furmidge and John McKie (2).