AFC TOTTON produced a dominant display in the Southampton Senior Cup, defeating 13th tier Hedge End Town 12-0.

The Stags were dangerous from the start, with Shaquille Gwengwe opening the scoring before Jack Hoey doubled the hosts’ lead. Woody Angell scored his first goal for the club before Hoey and Gwenge both found the net again for a half-time scoreline of 5-0.

Totton continued the onslaught in the second half, Jordan Ragguette making it six before Hoey and Gwengwe completed their hat-tricks.

Former Saints Jake Adams opened his first Stags account to make it 9-0, before Gwengwe and Hoey grabbed their fourth goals.

Adams rounded off the scoring to end a clinical performance, putting Totton into the quarter finals with ease.

Elsewhere in the competition Wessex Premier League Alresford cruised past Comrades 6-0 in the first round of the competition. Goals apiece from Sam Steel, Harry Barkaway, James Parker-Trott, George Winser, Noah Chengun and Myles Bowman were more than enough to set up a second round tie with Hampshire Premier League high-flyers Locks Heath.

Totton’s Southern League promotion rivals Winchester City put five past Wessex Division One side Romsey Town in their third round win. Craig Feeney opened the scores for the citizens but Romsey managed to equalise through Ollie Jenkins.

However, that was the last time there was any guise of parity, with Simba Mlambo heading Winch back in front just four minutes after Jenkins’ equaliser. Oli Bailey made it three shortly before the break, before the away side blew their hosts away with two more goals in the opening 15 minutes of the second-half.

Feeney grabbed a second a minute after the restart, with Jamie Barron following with the last goal of the game just beyond the hour mark.