HOOK, Twentyten and DC UK. all progressed through to the last four of the North Hants May Cup.

DC had the most emphatic win beating Basingstoke Athletic 6-0.

Ross Harwood scored the opener after 30 minutes and five more goals followed after the break, from Stuart Austen, Ben Nicholls, veteran Clint Bassett of retirement, Gordon Birch and Ashley Elward.

DC are away to either Kingclere or Broughton in the semi-final.

Twentyten beat Herriard 5-3 after the Division Two side looked set for shock as they led 2-0 from Sam Weber and Karl Buttle.

A quick brace from Jake Tanner and Joe Hill strike made it 3-2 to Twentyten at the interval.

Hill netted a penalty in the first minute of the second half and Manning added another. Herriard's third came from Weber.

Sutton Scotney turned up at Hook with only 10 men and were beaten 4-1.

Dan Framp gave them the lead at the break, but Sutton levelled things, before Dan Mouradian, Dan Mellors and Ton Davies Hook are now away to Twentyten in the semi finals.

AFC Berg beat Winklebury Wizards 6-2 in the North Hants Junior Cup quarter final after extra time, but it does not count as the game should have gone straight to penalties, when it was 2-2 after 90 minutes.

For the record, the Berg goals came from Lee Neal and Richard McCoubrie The Wizards' pair were scored by George Lagden and Josh Arthur and they lost goalkeeper Scott Williams early in the game.

In Extra time Berg's four came from Neal, Mason Saunders, Ashley Burchett and Kieran Alleyne.