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A round-up of the fixtures in Division E from Wednesday 26th September.
Crystal Palace hunt down their prey in Margate victory
Andover Town back to winning ways
Chippenham Town secure their first 3 points
Cirencester impressive first win
An easy win for Weston Super Mare
Bashley outclass Poole Town
Eastleigh Blues remain on top
Goal-fest in Division C as Boreham Wood continue to dominate
League Cup Round-Up: 1st Round
Phoenix rise from the flames of defeat
Terrific Tom bags impressive hat-trick for Weston Super Mare
Goals galore in Gameweek two
Goal-hungry Boreham Wood set an early pace in Division C
John Turner RIP

Tom Llewellyn was Weston Super Mare’s hat-trick hero as the West Country outfit ran out impressive 5-1 winners over Farnborough in Division E.

Llewellyn has so far bagged four goals in the league this season. It came just 24 hours after scoring a late extra-time equaliser for the first team against Salisbury in the second qualifying round of the FA Cup.

In an all-Hampshire tie, Bashley welcomed Andover to the New Forest where they proceeded to run riot in a huge 5-0 victory.

Both Tyrell Sampson and Leon Carboyo-Borges bagged a brace for Bashley putting the two of them on four goals for the season. A first goal of the campaign for Zoro Skilton completed the rout, catapulting Bashley up the table as they secured their first win in the division.

After the second round of matches, Maidenhead United maintained their 100% record, thumping Basingstoke Town 6-0. This result has left the Magpies in second place behind Eastleigh on goal difference, while Basingstoke remain rock bottom with a goal difference of minus 16.

Chippenham Town lost 1-0 in a tight encounter at Oxford City to extend their unbeaten start to the season.

Eastleigh Blues are flying high at the top of the Division thanks to a cracking 5-0 win at Cirencester Town Academy. The Hampshire side have remained flawless this season, undefeated in their opening two games, and scoring 15 goals without reply.

Hungerford moved into sixth place on the back of a comfortable 4-0 win at home to Poole, who drop to eighth.

Jak Richardson, Luke Weir, James Filby & Jakub Wojtasik

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