A quick-fire double early in the first half from midfielder Jack Butler helped Liss Athletic get back to winning ways against Moneyfields Reserves.

Butler put the Blues into a commanding 2-0 lead inside the opening quarter hour.

Moneyfields pulled one back but Josh Hayles restored the two-goal advantage for Mark Glazier’s side before Charlie Harrison added gloss with a fourth.

The 4-1 win moved Liss up to eighth in the Hampshire Premier League.

Liss travel to Woking United in the Aldershot Intermediate Cup today (Saturday). The match kicks off at 2pm.