BASHLEY and Blackfield & Langley were the only local midweek victors as Christchurch, Hythe & Dibden and Ringwood Town suffered defeats.
NEW Milton lost a tight contest to a well-coached Chichester side that benefitted greatly from the visitors’ indiscipline at the breakdown.
AFC TOTTON continued their magnificent start to the season by dismantling bottom side Barnstaple Town 8-1 at Mill Road.
PREMIER division leaders Brockenhurst marched on with an impressive 4-1 victory over Blackfield & Langley at the Gang Warily Recreation Centre.
LYMINGTON Town came away with maximum points after an impressive display against a battling Bideford side at the Lymington Sports Ground.
RISING star of British taekwondo Kimberley Barnes has her sights set on the 2024 Olympics in Paris after being selected for the GB squad.
AFC Totton progressed into the next round of the League Challenge Cup after securing a 4-1 win over league rivals Sholing at the Mackoy Stadium.
Christchurch, New Milton Town and Totton & Eling were also in action.
BASHLEY could have accumulated a cricket score against Hamble, but ultimately, ended up winning only 6-2 to move fourth in the table.
AFC Totton blasted six goals to demolish a helpless Barnstaple Town and move into the next round of the FA Trophy.
LYMINGTON Town scored four second-half goals to secure a thrilling comeback to shock Dorchester Town and knock them out of the cup.
FOUR local sides competed in midweek league action, with Brockenhurst winning by six, Totton & Eling beating New Milton and Hythe & Dibden losing.
LYMINGTON Town were held to a goalless draw at Bristol Manor Farm despite playing with 10 men at The Creek for the last half an hour.
CHRISTCHURCH found themselves four goals down against Portchester when referee Lewis Ward abandoned the game despite the pitch's playable state.
WITH torrential rain falling, Brock and Bashley picked up midweek wins with Hythe & Dibden, Christchurch and Blackfield & Langley all tasting defeat.
RUNNERS of all ages and abilities lined up for various distance races at this year's relocated New Forest Marathon.
IN a stark representation of the cliched 'game of two halves', Blackfield ran out 3-2 winners over AFC Stoneham.
NEW Milton Town's Chris Long tore the Christchurch defence apart while scoring a hat-trick as the hosts' miserable start to the season continued.
FORMER Ellingham & Ringwood scrum-half Alicia Maude played a pivotal role as Great Britain won the HSBC Vancouver Sevens tournament.
Despite braking her toe six days earlier, Dibden Purlieu's Camille King won a bronze medal at the World Triathlon Long Distance Championships.
AFC Totton and Blackfield & Langley were the only local sides to stay in the Hampshire FA Senior Cup.
BASHLEY 16-year-old Bue Bennett scored his first senior hat-trick in a dominant 6-1 win over Amesbury Town which moves them fourth in the table.