AFC Totton finished the season in style, defeating Slimbridge 3-1 thanks to goals from Brett Williams, Jordan Ragguette and Ethan Taylor.
BASHLEY earned promotion back to the Southern League Division One after an absence of five years, with a superb four-goal victory over Christchurch.
TEENAGE AFC Totton shot-stopper Josh Jeffries has left the club having earned a dream move to Premier League outfit Southampton.
BROCKENHURST beat Alresford Town 1-0 thanks to a Christie Ward goal, and afterwards manager Pat McManus praised his players and staff for their season
LYMINGTON Town secured a vital three points in their fight for league safety with a late winner from left-back Luke Churchill saw off Willand Rovers.
ADAM Grange netted four as Bashley hammered Hamble 6-0 in the Wessex Premier.
CHRISTCHURCH gave champions-elect Hamworthy United a scare when they equalised, but the long-time league leaders pulled away to win 3-1.
NEW Milton Town turned in a superb performance to beat Andover Town and end a three-game winless stretch.
TWO goals in the second half helped Bashley secure victory over Shaftesbury, leaving the New Forest side one win away from promotion.
AFC Totton's suffered their first defeat under new manager Jimmy Ball after a resolute Robins defence shut out the Stags to pick up a deserved win.
RINGWOOD Town defender Callum Horton saved a first-half penalty to help his side secure back-to-back one-goal wins.
DESPITE playing for over an hour with 10 men, New Milton Town stormed into a two-goal lead before the Rams battled back for a late 3-2 victory.
FORMER AFC Bournemouth and Portsmouth striker Matt Tubbs rolled back the years with a first-half hat-trick as Bashley defeated Fareham by five goals.
NEW manager Jimmy Ball began his AFC Totton managerial tenure in winning style with a battling 4-2 home win over a determined Bideford AFC.
THERE were thrilling midweek matches, with Bashley beating promotion rivals Brockenhurst and Christchurch ensuring their league safety.