Totton hammered out a message to the rest of the Jewson Wessex League by winning 4-0 at early season pacesetters AFC Newbury.

Ian Robinson's side were 3-0 up after 35 minutes thanks to goals from Scott Bundy, Patrick James and Martin Whiddett.

And in the second half James, whose first half cross shot was the pick of the Totton goals, scored his second and his side's fourth.

Robinson said: "We played as well as we have done all season in the first half an hour. We had to mix it up a little bit after that because Newbury came back into it, as you would expect.

"In a game against them last year they blitzed us in the first ten minutes and put us out of the game. But this time we came out with a plan with two defensive rows of four and played some fantastic football.

"Our finishing was different class, there was only one team in it, it was a terrific performance."