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Second win for Harlequins
BEMERTON Heath Harlequins beat Brockenhurst 3-0 at Western Way on Saturday.
Substitute Graham Mankin’s header put them ahead, and Jack Eves finished from Aaron Cook’s delivery to make it two by the break. Danny Young had the final word.
Tom Roberts scored a penalty in last Tuesday’s 2-1 defeat at Blackfield & Langley. Heath travel to Romsey Town on Saturday and host Christchurch on Tuesday.
Depleted Downton picked up a superb point at Moneyfields on Saturday, in a goal-less draw. Former Andover New Street player Alex Campbell made his first start for the club. Jeff Softley has also signed Scott Fellbrich from Romsey Town.
However, they then lost 3-0 at home to Whitchurch United on Monday. Luke Walker opened the scoring with a second-half penalty.
Shane Lock got the second and his fellow substitute Jason Graham scored on the rebound after the impressive Charles Aldridge had saved his spot kick. The second penalty was awarded for a handball by Matt Palmer, who was sent off.
The Robins head to Verwood Town on Saturday, and have a League Cup tie at Alresford Town on Tuesday.
Verwood recorded their first win of the season on Saturday, beating Horndean 1-0 at Potterne Park with a 55th-minute Mike Haskell goal.
They then lost 1-0 at Folland Sports on Monday, courtesy of a 68th-minute Jamie Barron free kick.
Ben Kelly scored at AFC Portchester, not Matt Oldring as stated in last week’s edition.
Bemerton have been drawn away to Wroughton in the first round of the Wiltshire Senior Cup, on Saturday, October 12, when Downton will entertain Vale of Pewsey.
- Bemerton became the first team to stop Sholing winning on Tuesday night, almost holding out for a win but drawing 2-2 at Western Way.
- Shrewton made it three straight wins with a 3-1 victory at Devizes Town reserves on Tuesday.