Fareham Town's five-match unbeaten run ground to a halt last night with a 2-1 Jewson Wessex League defeat at Hamble ASSC.

Hero for the Planemakers was young Tony Perryman who was only in the team because Andy McColm had been waylaid at work - and he duly obliged with the 63rd-minute winner.

Dean Lennon had missed a free first-half header for Fareham and they paid the price when Mark Allan put Hamble ahead in 39th minute.

Lennon hit the bar from a cross by Town's player-manager Mark Chamberlain.

It was only late on that the Cams Alders side claimed a consolation through substitute John Campbell

New signing Paul Sims was instrumental in Brockenhurst's 2-0 win at struggling Blackfield & Langley.

Making his debut after switching from Lymington & New Milton, Sims charged down a back pass to fire the Badgers ahead on 68 minutes.

Five minutes from time Andy Knighton netted Brock's close-range second after Sims' shot had been clawed down by the keeper.

Gosport, who were 2-0 winners at Fleet on Saturday, had their balloon burst by neighbours Moneyfields.

The Copnor-based side pocketed all three points at Privett Park thanks to a single Vikram Singh goal on 65 minutes.

Defending champions Wimborne had Kevin Gill, Jason Lovell and Darren Elmes to thank for their 3-2 derby win a Bournemouth. Poppies.

Bournemouth had led through Danny Bryning and Mark Carr completed the scoring.

Liam Green bagged Christchurch's consolation in a 3-1 defeat at Newbury.

Whitchurch (Dean Robinson penalty, Steve Caswell) triumphed 2-1 at Downton (Matthew Guy) and third-placed Thatcham (Andy Gray) lost further ground on the top two with a 1-1 draw at Bemerton (Jamie Boswell).

New signing Gareth Saddler netted Eastleigh's 80th-minute equaliser in a pleasing 1-1 draw at Fleet (Clive Ventham).

Andover's trip to BAT was postponed along with Newport's Dr Martens Eastern Division date with Langney Sports.

Basingstoke responded to Saturday's dismal display against Farnborough by blitzing Enfield 4-0 in the Ryman League Premier Division.

Ernie Howe's men raced into a 3-0 half-time lead courtesy of a Tim Sills header, a Dominic Naylor free-kick and low Julian Sills shot which squirmed through the keeper's grasp.

Julian Sills struck again with a header on 52 minutes to move Stoke up a place to seventh.

Michael Warner, hero of Farnborough's 1-0 win at Basingstoke on Saturday, scored twice more last night, along with Steve Darlington, as Borough moved seven points clear at the top with a 3-0 home win over Billericay.

Alton Town blew the Hampshire League Premier Division title race wide open again last night when they beat form side Poole Town 3-2 at Anstey Road.

The home team did the damage in the first-half with Mark Clothier scoring almost straight from the kick-off.

Adam Strudwick and Mark Benham added two more before the interval.

It was just as well because Alton had centre-half Glen McDonald sent off early in the second half.

Poole, defending a run of eight straight wins, came storming back with two goals but despit e a lot of pressure, couldn't force an equaliser.

Pirelli General stayed on top of the pile, scoring twice in the last 20 minutes to salvage a 3-3 draw with East Cowes Vics.

Steve Trott (2) and Stu Munro were the Pirelli marksmen.