BEMERTON Heath Harlequins missed on a trophy in their last game of season as they lost 2-0 to Shaftesbury in the final of Salisbury Hospital Cup.

After the game, Bemerton manager Rae Hughes said: "We just didn’t turn up for the cup final which is a real shame as it was a great opportunity to show what we are all about."

However, looking back over the season which saw Bemerton finish 11th in the Wessex League Premier Division.

Hughes said: "Overall though, I am happy with what we have achieved considering where we have come from.

"We have built some solid foundations now for the club to move forward the right way with good young local players. Every single member of the squad has already re-signed for the new season which speaks volumes and with a couple of experienced additions we can hopefully kick on again.

He added: "I am incredibly proud of my team as we were written off and to compete and fight back to finish in a solid mid table position is pleasing. I am already hard at work sorting things for next season and would encourage anyone who wants to get involved with the club in anyway to get in touch."

SALISBURY under-16s signed off their league campaign in style with a 6-2 win at Hamble.

The Southampton Youth league Division Two champions never looked back after Sam Penton scored their opener and further goals followed from Sam Edwards (3), Archie Forden and Brad Waters.

Salisbury under-16s .

title so they were able to relax and play some attractive football to finish the season in style. Salisbury took the lead on 20 minutes when striker Sam Penton converted Nathan Ripleys cross. They doubled their lead when Sam Edwards received the ball from Brad Waters and Cooly slotted home. Edwards got the 3rd after great approach play and a cross from Ed Stagg. Right on half time Max Allen’s in-swinging corner was well met by centre back Archie Forden to ensure a comfortable 4-0 lead at the break. Early in the second half a trade mark run and finish from Waters put the young whites five up. Hamble battled back and reduced the arrears with two good strikes before Stagg again linked well with Edwards who secured his hat trick and completed the scoring. Manager Si Oldrid, coach Nick Edwards and all the squad all deserve great credit for the consistent and entertaining performances the young whites have put in throughout the long season.