DIVISION Two's AFC Berg took their fourth Division One scalp of the season, this time in the Peter Raynbird Cup, as they beat Overton United 7-1.

This maintained their unbeaten start to the season and booked a place in the last four of the competition, where they will joined by Hook and Twentyten.

Lee Neal, Kieran Alleyne and Carlos Gonzales all scored braces for AFC Berg, while Ashley Burchett got the other. Siyani Thomas netted for Overton.

Hook moved into the semi-finals with a 2-1 win over Twentyten Reserves, thanks to an own goal and a Tom Davies penalty. Dan Hancock replied for the Reserves, Twentyten are through as well after beating Division Two challengers Sherborne Saints 3-0, with all three goals coming from Joe Osborne.

Somesay met Basingstoke Athletic for the third week running this time in the Basingstoke B Cup quarter-finals and won again 4-2.

Joe Hodge with a hat-trick and Connor Stratton, were on target for Somesay, while George Byrne and Paul Taylor replied for Athletic.

Herriard Sports went through to the semi finals of the Basingstoke A Cup, after AFC Aldermaston Reserves called the quarter-final tie off due to insufficient players on Friday evening and so concede the tie.

Winklebury Wizards are through to the second round of the North Hants Junior Cup by beating Basingstoke Colts 5-4.

Joe Lake gave them the lead ahead of a George Lagden hat-trick and own goal, which completed the Wizards tally. Benica Oprea scored a trio and Bradley Coates for the Colts.

Bounty United were unable to raise a team to play Tadley Calleva A at Castle Field for their Basingstoke and District League Division One clash, so the three points will be awarded to Tadley.

In Division Two, Longdog Soldiers went down 3-2 against Chineham, as Terry Dingley and Max Trodd.

Ricky Smith scored the first two for Chineham both assisted by man of the match Fin Thompson and Shane West scored the winner.

After beating them 9-4 the previous week in the North Hants Cup, Origin Headley could only manage a 2-2 draw in the league match against AFC Aldermaston A this time.

Johnie Gurney and Wayne Barlow scored for Origin, while Anthony Gray and Jon Rooney replied for Aldermaston.