FORMER Eastleigh and Winchester No1 Lewis Noice went on as an outfield player and bagged the final goal in AFC Portchester’s 7-0 demolition job on Sydenhams Premier strugglers Newport IW.

Sub Noice turned from goalkeeper to goal scorer in the 88th minute, adding to efforts from Alex Baldacchino, Harry Birmingham, Simon Stone (2), Cameron Quirke and Stuart McConnachie.

*Dual-signed AFC Totton striker Harry Prisk sparked Brockenhurst’s remarkable, late 3-0 victory at Shaftesbury.

The young sub helped transform the Sydenhams Premier game as Brock scored three times in the last three minutes.

It took an inspired save by young goalkeeper Luke Deacon to prevent Brock falling behind to Jordan Matthews’ header.

But the tables began to turn when Prisk cut inside, beat two defenders and got a shot away. It was well saved by Shaftesbury stopper Dan Card, but Matt Vokes tucked away the rebound with 88 minutes gone.

As the floodgates opened, Card parried again, this time from Vokes, and Matt Sheedy was there to walk the loose ball home.

Shaftesbury had Josh Williams shown a second yellow for a couple of poor challenges on Brock’s man-of-the-match Cassius Newton.

The Badgers punished the ten men in stoppage time when Prisk darted down the left before pulling the ball back for Mitch Speechley-Price to bury for 3-0.

*Horndean won 4-1 at Cowes Sports with Harry Jackson, Ash Howes, Jack Maloney (penalty) and Miles Everett on target.

The Deans had Sean Wain sent off for a second yellow early in the second half before Cowes’ Callum Chase also saw red late on for a ‘last man’ challenge. Nathan Lewis struck for the Islanders from the penalty spot.

*Bashley hit back from 3-1 down to force a 3-3 draw at Team Solent.

Solent strike duo Silvano Obeng and Hisham Kasimu proved a real handful, but it was Bash who edged ahead when Charlie Ferguson’s cross was cleared only as far as Harrison White who buried a 20-yarder.

The Students responded with a rush of goals from Obeng, Kasimu and Julian Stahler to go in 3-1 up at the break.

It remained that way until, with seven minutes left, the Foresters’ Conor Whiteley burst through and beat ex-Bash striker James Taylor, Solent’s manager and stand-in goalkeeper, at the second attempt.

Then, with just seconds of stoppage time remaining, Harry McGrath waltzed through the tiring home defence to crack home an equaliser.

*Shot-shy Portland United failed to muster a single effort on target in a 1-0 home defeat by Baffins Milton Rovers.

A 27th-minute Jamie White goal proved the difference between the sides as Baffins returned to Portsmouth with all three Sydenhams Premier points.

It was Portland’s third consecutive defeat and, to rub salt in their wounds, they lost Lewis Clarke to an ankle injury and had Ryan McKechnie sent off late for two yellow cards.

Interim boss Gary Bailey admitted: “Some days you get what you deserve and we didn’t deserve anything.”

*Jake Rawkins, Kelvin Robinson, Jordan Matthews and skipper Jake Burgess earned Bemerton Heath Harlequins a 4-4 draw at Hamworthy. Dan Cann and Darren Watts grabbed two apiece for the Hammers.

*Sub Louis Coulson (2) and player/boss Fawzi Saadi sentenced bottom club Petersfield Town to their 32nd league defeat of the season at Victoria Park.

Billy Connor ensured the Rams stayed in touch 1-1 at the break, but they went on to lose 3-1.