AFC Totton produced another solid display as they triumphed 2-0 over Willand Rovers, writes Benjamin Rees.

On a sunny Saturday at Snows Stadium, both sides struggled for fluency in a stop-start first half hour. Totton looked the more likely to score, and capitalised on a good spell with Jake Adams drilling home on the spin from a Shaquille Gwengwe cross.

The second half followed a similar pattern to the first, before the Stags doubled their lead with a moment of real quality, as Sam Griffin fired a brilliant long-range effort past the away keeper George Burton.

The hosts pushed for a third, but in the end saw the game out for a confidence-boosting victory, which takes them up to third in the Southern Division One South table.

AFC Totton host Larkhall Athletic next weekend.

Sholing boosted their play-off push with a thumping 5-0 win over Melksham Town.

Dave Diaper's Boatmen had not won in three prior to this weekend, but they got back on track in style at the Mackoy Stadium.

Ryan Cluett, Dan Mason, Stuart Green, Byron Mason and Conor Whiteley were all on target in the rout.

Lymington Town were beaten 3-1 at Mangotsfield United, with Stephen Walker netting the late consolation.

(Pictures: Craig Hobbs Photography)