BEMERTON Heath Harlequins signed off their home campaign in the Wessex League Premier Division in style with a 3-0 victory over Team Solent.

After the initial 10 minutes, Bemmy started to get the ball down and play. Elliot Cross in the middle of the park was starting to dominate and they looked dangerous on the counter attack.

The first goal arrived on around 20 minutes, when a ball across the box was not dealt with and Jake Rawkins popped up at the back post to calmly slot the ball home.

He would get his second of the game shortly after, when he curled a delightful free-kick in into the bottom right corner.

Bemerton were now in completely in control and playing some good, fast football which Solent could not cope with.

Jack Slade grabbed a third, when he found time in the box, turned well and finished to the goalkeeper's left.

More chances came and went with Rawkins hitting the crossbar.

Unfortunately, after the break, the home side did not play at the same tempo, but we were still in control limiting Solent to one shot from distance.

Manager Rae Hughes said: "It was a pleasing performance on the eye. We got the ball down and played with a tempo that we haven’t done for a while.

"This was my assistant, Andy Nash’s last home game so the lads did it for him. He has been involved with the club in some capacity for around 30 years and has now decided to step down. He has been amazing to me in my first season in charge. I really couldn’t of done it with out him, so cheers Nashie.”

Bemerton are in action tonight at Andover in the final of the Salisbury Hospital Cup.

then on Wednesday they are away to Horndean in the league.