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Basingstoke and District Saturday League Cup round-up
HOOK progressed to the second round of the Hampshire Junior A Cup with a comprehensive 9-0 victory over Andover League outfit Crusaders.
Aaron King hit a first-half hat-trick as Hook led 3-0 at the break. A further two goals were added early in the second half before King netted his fourth, with two late goals from Tom Davies completing the rout.
Basingstoke Irons beat Bounty United 4-1 to progress in the Peter Raynbird Cup. Craig Hopper, a Jay Green brace and Tom Chant had Irons 4-0 up before Wayne Hayward netted a consolation.
Twenty-Ten are also through after beating Labour Club 7-3. They were 3-0 up in 10 minutes thanks to goals from Alfie Bisset, Keaton Phelps and Carl Pearson. Josh Blunden made it 3-1 and Labour seemed to have a chance when George Lungley was sent off, but further goals from Ryan Lupton (2), Matt Osborne, Gordon Wainright saw Twenty-Ten through, though Darren Heron and Dave Bessant scored further goals for the opposition.
AFC Berg made a shock exit from the competition, losing 5-2 at home to AFC Aldermaston A. Luke Lawless gave Berg the lead but Kevin Flain's brace had Aldermaston ahead and while Chris Hems levelled, further goals from Andy Hynes (2) and Jack Sedgewood saw the visitors through.
DJS Telecoms beat Sherborne Reserves 7-0. George Lagden scored four, with Lee Neal, Alex Brown and Dan Deadman also finding the net.
Overton United B were taken to extra-time by Basingstoke Athletic but won 4-2. David Trevelyan gave Athletic the lead but James Vent levelled and Siyani Thomas put Overton ahead. Sam Loughlin forced extra-time, but an own-goal and another strike from Thomas saw Overton through.
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