PETE White scored a double hat-trick as Tadley Calleva A were in seven heaven, as they smashed Aldershot's Traco Athletic 100 per cent to book their place in the third round of the Hampshire Junior A Cup.

Visiting Tadley were five up by the interval with White hitting four of them and Jason Graham grabbed the other.

After the interval, White added another, before the home side scored their lone goal. By the hour match White netted his sixth in the 7-1 win.

Twentyten entertained Sandown Reserve and beat the islanders 6-1, even if they went a goal down.

Twentyten were level after 20 minutes after Ryan Lupton was pulled back and the resulting penalty was netted by Joe Hill.

Lupton made it 2-1 at half-time and after the break, Hill completed his hat-trick, while Lupton netted a second and James Arnold completed the win.

Herriard Sports received a walkover as their opponents Cherry Bees could not raise a team.

Hook went down 2-1 to top Andover League club Broughton, but were not helped when young full back Morgan Davies picked up a second yellow card in the 40th minute, as James Neville scored for them Winklebury Wizards were beaten at Fleet Spurs A 6-3, even if George Lagden twice gave the Wizards the lead, but by half-time they trailed 3-2. Joe Lake scored after the break, but the home side netted three more times.

AFC BERG had comfortable 4-0 win against Longdog Soldiers in their Hampshire Junior B Cup second round tie.

Berg opened the scoring after 54 minutes from a Carlos Gonzales penalty after Ash Elward was brought down.

This was added to by Paul Crow, Elward and Kieran Alleyne.

SOMESAY are the first side into the last eight of the Peter Raynbird Cup after a 4-1 win at Chineham, as Jack Roach scored a hat-trick and and Luke Gore got the other. Chineham reply came from Tommy Collingridge that ended into the top corner of the net.

OVERTON United enjoyed a 3-0 win at Bounty United in the Basingstoke and District League Division One as Andy Barfoot, Samie Aldoori and Matt Lowe were on target.

TWENTYTEN Reserves had a great trip to AFC Aldermaston A in Division Two, as they won 5-0 as Adam Sawko (2), Dan Hancock, Franklin Spacagna and Joe Richards were all on target.