HOOK winners of the Basingstoke A Cup for the last three years were knocked out by Twentyten in their semi-final clash at Preston Candover on Saturday.

Twentyten took the lead after 29 minutes, Lucas Pickett and James Arnold combined for Jake Tanner to score and Arnold made it 2-0 Right on half-time Hook hit back from Morgan Davies to make it 2-1.

After the break, Richard Gray’s 30 yarder and Arnold extended the lead, before Dan Mellors completed the 4-2 scoreline.

Twentyten will face Herriard Sports which is a fine achievement for the village club, Martin Bishop and manager Craig Lewington in particular.

Herriard beat Winklebury Wizards 3-1 and took the lead after seven minutes when a pin point pass from Nick Saunders found Chris Dobbie, who clipped the goalkeeper.

Wizards levelled after 43 minutes as Dan Goodyear’s corner fell to Greg Adams, who fired in a low shot that went in off the post.

Herriard went 2-1 after 76 minutes from Saunders and seven minutes later added a third after Dobbie set up Lewington.

Herriard’s Johnnie Gould and Wizards’ Liam Grainger were sent off after receiving two yellow cards.

It has not been a good week for the Hook as they have been thrown out of the Peter Raynbird Cup final for playing an ineligible player, so Twentyten who now play AFC Berg in the final on March 25 (6.30pm) at Winklebury.