East Grinstead enjoyed a goal frenzy as they picked up six points from two games to keep the pressure on National League division two leaders Old Georgians.

A 9-0 trouncing of bottom side Hounslow and Ealing on Saturday was followed yesterday by a 10-2 drubbing of an Oxford Hawks side that had lost just once since Christmas.

Grinstead remain second but level on points with Georgians, who boast a superior goal difference with two games to go.

After throwing away a four-goal lead to draw 4-4 with Lewes last weekend, Grinstead player-coach Kwan Browne admitted his players were glad to return to winning ways.

He said: "We did in those two games what we should have done last weekend. There was a lot of frustration to come out of the players.

"All we can do now is win our last two games and hope Old Georgians slip up."

Grinstead finish away to Formby and at home to Indian Gymkhana while Georgians complete their programme away to Barford Tigers and at home to Brooklands.

Goals from Browne (three), Ashley Jackson (two), Ben Payne (two), Duncan Howarth and Dillet Gilkes saw off Hounslow.

Teenager Jackson hit another four yesterday when Payne (three), Dwain Quan Chan (two) and Howarth also netted.

A hat-trick from Mark Justice helped Lewes to a 4-2 win at home to Havant yesterday.

The visitors could not handle the pace of Carl Wright and Justice, who scored twice from short corners and once from open play.

Luke Hurle also netted for Lewes while Paul Coltham stood out in a rare appearance in goal.

Manager Paul Benoy said: "If we had played like that over the course of the season, we would probably be in the top four now."

Justice also scored on Saturday as Lewes lost 3-1 to Bath.