BEMERTON Heath Harlequins won their second league game of the season, putting five goals past local rivals Amesbury Town at home.

Bemmy took the lead after five minutes, when 17-year-old Harry Prisk reacted first in the six yard box to finish neatly. Prisk then scored his second of the game shortly after.

Luke Greenway came closest for the away side, but his curling effort hit the crossbar.

The second half started fairly evenly, until the introduction of Slade and Russell Jones, for Bemerton. The pair combined for the home side’s third as Jones finished at the far post. Jones scored his second, and Bemerton’s fourth, when he finished well again at the back post. Bemerton finished the scoring when Jake Rawkins finished clinically from the edge of the box.

The win sees Bemerton leap ahead of Amesbury in the Wessex Premier league table, however the away side have a home tie against Bournemouth on Saturday and will look to get back to their winning ways after two losses.

Harlequins manager Rae Hughes spoke after the game and said: “We have been threatening a performance like this for while and tonight it all came together. Amesbury had their chances at 2-0 and it could have been a different game but we were clinical in both boxes and took our chances. Big 3 points for us.”