TWENTYTEN are through to their third cup final after beating BTC Southampton Reserves 2-1 away.

They will face Broughton in the Hampshire Junior A Cup final on April 7 (11am) at the AFC Portchester.

Twentyten went ahead after 10 minutes when a corner by Christian Cox was headed out to edge of the box and Lucas Pickett and volleyed home.

Jake Tanner hit the bar early in the second half and on the hour mark the home side equalised.

They were then awarded a penalty, but Harry Nash pulled off a fine save to keep things level.

Twentyten won the tie thanks to sub Carl Pearson.

It is more success for the Twentyten club as their reserves reached to final of the Basingstoke B Cup after beating Somesay 2-1.

They will now play AFC Berg in the final at Winklebury on Saturday April 14(6.30 pm).

Somesay had the better of play in the first half and took the lead from Joe Hodge.

Twentyten equalised before the break from Tom Mole.

With five minutes left Somesay had their goalkeeper dismissed for handball outside the area and winner came three minutes from time as Dan Hancock scored.