STAND-IN keeper Sam Reilly helped his team secure their third straight win and a fourth clean sheet with two vital saves either side of half-time in what could prove to be his final game for Ringwood Town, reports Andy Jones.

Recalled to replace the injured Joel Hirdle, Reilly will potentially be unavailable for the remainder of the campaign due to work commitments.

Goals from Harrison Fay, Harry Smith and Ryan Hamm secured all three points for the Hampshire-based club as they ran out 3-0 winners against Ash United.

Town opened the scores shortly before the half-time break, grabbing the lead through Fay.

The winger pounced on a loose ball after Ash’s goalkeeper parried a strike from Hamm into the number seven’s path, tapping home to send his side in with a lead at the break.

Smith made it two in the second-half, when the striker latched on to a Callum Horton ball over the top to finish neatly past Sam Heard in the Ash goal.

Ringwood sealed the three points with a third via Hamm, with another long ball leading to the strike.

This time Max Mason lofted the ball over the defence, allowing Hamm to break into the box and convert.