Bush Hill v Hamble Club in last day title decider in Hampshire Premier League's second tier

Liam Crook, left, scored for Hamble Club in their win against Andover Lions

Liam Crook, left, scored for Hamble Club in their win against Andover Lions

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BUSH Hill and Hamble Club go head to head for the Puma Engineering Hampshire League Division 1 title next weekend.

Bush defeated Infinity 4-0 to go into their last game of the season at home to Hamble next Saturday with a three-point advantage.

But Hamble also won 4-0, against Andover Lions, and they enter the title decider with a superior goal difference to Bush.

Hamble will take the title if they complete the double over Bush, having already defeated them 2-0 earlier in the season.

Bush, last season’s Drew Smith Southampton League champions, need only a draw to claim the top spot silverware.

Perry Harding gave Bush a half-time lead against Infinity, with the last three goals arriving in the final 15 minutes through James Lavender, Paul Wiltshire and a second from Harding.

Hamble took their goals tally to 17 in three days with victory over Andover.

Dean Byrne, Liam Crook and Bobby Lamb all scored in the first half, with Ricky Bull completing the win 14 minutes from time.

Hamble had thrashed Upham 13-0 two days earlier.

Ben Rankin and Shane Vidler both scored twice as Broughton won 5-1 at Michelmersh & Timsbury.

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