Charlie Stubbings converted two penalty strokes in the last four minutes to give Havant a dramatic 3-1 win over Bristol University and maintain fourth place in the National League Western Conference.
The game burst into life after a goalless opening 53minutes when Pakistan international Akhtar Ali fired Havant ahead. Tom Minall levelled on the hour mark, but Stubbings’ late penalties won it for Havant.
Fareham swept into a third minute lead through Chris Davey against Olton & West Warwicks, but ended up 3-1 losers – the same margin of defeat Chichester experienced at table topping Birmingham University, where Oli Baxter got a late reply.
Trojans ladies fell behind early on at Barnes, but turned round 3-1 up after Amy Sheehan had scored twice to improve on Emma Teague’s equaliser.
But Trojans had three players yellow carded, two in the last quarter, and ended up drawing 3-3.
Winchester and Trojans enjoyed success in the South Premier League, with Ben Hibberd and Micah Smithard each scoring twice in the city side’s 5-3 win over Henley.
Trojans, second in Premier 2, won 3-2 at West Hampstead, with Dan Ferrier, Colin French, and Angus Haigh on target.
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