STRATTON Park was the venue for three of the four first round ties in the Peter Raynbird Cup matches last Saturday

Overton United were the biggest winners there as they beat AFC Berg Res 10-2.

Andy Bullock led the scoring with five, Bailey Roffey netted two and there was one each for Ross Harwood, Sami Aldoori, Mindy Kuodys. Steve Death and Joe Lister scored for Berg, who led 1-0.

Oakridge knocked out Basingstoke Athletic thanks to a 4-1 win.

Twin brothers Max Trodd and Sam Trodd, along with a Aaron Johns' brace made it 4-0 at half-time. Paul Taylor scored the only goal for Athletic after the interval.

It was a very close match at Everest School Renegades managed to get through with a 1-0 win over Chineham.

The winner came in the 88th minute, when a cross from Ashley Burchett was headed into his own goal by Harry Roberts, as he jumped to clear under pressure. Renegades goalkeeper Dave Purt kept a clean sheet.

Twentyten Reserves had no problem getting through to round two as they had a very easy 7-2 against AFC Aldermaston A, with Stephen Bean scoring a hat trick.

They cruised into a 3-0 lead by the break, goals from Bean, Jack Hulbert and Jack Barrett.

Josh Maylen made it 3-1, but goals from Bean and Joe Richards put the home side 5-1 ahead.

Luke Carter then scored the second for Aldermaston, but Hulbert and Bean completed the win.