BEMERTON Heath Harlequins gained sweet revenge on Andover New Street for their FA Cup defeat as they thumped them 9-1 in the league last Saturday.

The Harlequins opened the scoring thanks to Eddie Perrett and then the visiting New Street had Mark Keogh dismissed for being the last man.

Despite being down to 10 men, the Hampshire visitors levelled things from Callum Sweeney.

Just after the half hour mark Graham Williams gave Bemmy the lead again, before Perrett and Justin Bennett took the score to 4-1 at the break.

In the second half, Eddie Perrett won and scored a penalty to complete his first hat-trick for the club.

Williams then got his second of the day followed by a goal from Jordan Matthews.

Not to be out done, leading goal scorer Justin Bennett scored another two for his hat-trick to take his tally to nine for the campaign.

The victory moved the Harlequins up to fifth in the table and on Saturday they are at home against when Totton and Eling.

then on Tuesday night, they have a local derby at Laverstock and Ford, who are currently eighth in the table.