Doyle's quickfire treble as Stoneham hand out nine-goal thrashing

Luke Musselwhite, seen here in the centre of the picture, was on target as Stoneham thrashed Locks Heath

Luke Musselwhite, seen here in the centre of the picture, was on target as Stoneham thrashed Locks Heath

First published in Sport

CALLUM Doyle blasted a late hat-trick as AFC Stoneham ran riot in the Hampshire Premier League’s top flight this afternoon.

Doyle scored in the 77th, 79th and 90th minutes as Stoneham handed out a remarkable 9-0 thrashing to 2013 champions Locks Heath.

Tom King opened the scoring before Luke Musselwhite struck with his 11th goal of the league season.

Ben Clarke made it 3-0 at half-time before King added his second shortly after the break.

Further goals came from Melvin Rogers and Callum Pragnell.

There’s no stopping reigning champions Baffins Milton at the top of the Premier Division.

They collected their eighth straight success yesterday, caning visiting Hedge End Rangers 5-0 with Jason Parrish hitting a hat-trick.

Chaz Gardner and Tyler Moret added late goals.

Ashley Hewer was another hat-trick hero as Otterbourne hammered Clanfield 6-1.

Hewer struck in the seventh and 11th minutes, with Elliot Sills levelling from the penalty spot in between.

Sam Doswell made it 3-1 before Hewer completed his triple shortly after the interval.

Tom Sands struck twice, including a spot-kick, for the Otters.

Aidan Hatton netted twice in the first half as Paulsgrove defeated Colden Common 3-1. Ollie Dobson replied.


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