HOOK booked their place in the second round of the Hampshire Junior A Cup with a 3-1 win over Basingstoke and District Saturday League leaders Silchester Village were visitors.

Tedroy Ricketts put Hook in front after nine minutes after some good build up play from Ashley Woods and Sam Wells.

Gary Hibbs had a good chance for the visitors and Luke Alliston shot wide for them before

Tom Lucas increased the Hook lead in the 30th minute, Lucas scoring after a link up with Dan Mellors.

Peter White did pull a goal back before the break in a counter attack, but the tie was sewn up for Hook late in the game as Dan Allison was put through by Dan Mellors.

All three of the Hampshire Junior B Cup first round matches were resolved with penalties.

AFC Berg Reserves and Overton United B met the previous week in another cup match and United ran off 10-2 winners, this time Berg drew 2-2, and won the shoot-out 5-4.

Overton who led after seven minutes when Kevin Beaumont scored direct from a corner.

Jason McDine equalised to make it 1-1 at the break,

Bailey Roffey to put Overton back in front in the 54th minute, before Joe Lester deflected into the net off Paul Roffey to make it 2-2.

Berg netted all five of their spot kicks from Mark Bone, Dan Trussler, McDine, James Brown and McKenzie Collins, while Overton were successful apart from Ross Harwood's which was saved by goalkeeper Doug Gray.

North Warnborough beat Aldershot League opponents Headley United A 5-3 on penalties, after it ended 4-4.

Benita Oprea gave them the lead with 40 yard shot and Liam Self made 2-0, but Headley pulled a goal back before half time.

Khalil Bentaleb with a 30-yard free kick and he added another with a shot in off the bar, before Headley levelled.

In the shoot-out Tom Bulley, Ryan Nuttall, Bailey Craig, Tom Coglan and Oprea netted the winner.

Chineham played another Aldershot side Wye Valley Reserves and were beaten 5-4 on penalties after a 3-3 draw.

Paddy Callahan (2) and Cobi Judd scored in normal time and Thiago Barboza, Callahan, Tom Rogers and Tom Roworth all converted, but the penalty from Cobi Judd hit the upright.

Twentyten surged to the top of Basingstoke and District Saturday League Division One after an 11-0 win against Overton United A.

This was thanks to Ryan Lupton (3), Dan Hancock (2), Karl Hanks, Mikey Davies, Charlie Manning, Jack Clarke, Jack Tanner and own goals

Tadley Calleva A won 2-0 at Herriard Sports with seven under-20s in their line-up.

Simon Penfold scored the opener and 16-year-old Tom Haggith scored the second

Herriard hit the woodwork on four occasions through Matt Goodman, Sam Weber and Liam Grainger

Had Oakridge managed to hang onto their 2-1 lead for another minute they would have been top of the Division Two table now, however a last minute goal from Jordon Wainwright meant they shared the points in a 2-2 draw with Twentyten Reserves.

Earlier in the game, Twentyten took the lead from Jack Hulbert, before Aaron Johns netted twice for Oakridge

Basingstoke Athletic top the table after a 5-3 away win against AFC Aldermaston A.

Matt King gave them the lead after 25 minutes and it soon became 2-0 when Greg Adams netted.

Jordon Clear made it 2-1, but the two goal advantage was restored by Keyton Hylton.

Just before the break Clear scored his second for the home side, but they conceded again early in the second half when Lee O’Grady was brought down in the box and Hylton converted from the spot.

Aldermaston came again with a goal from Peter Raines, but a low shot 18-yards out from Paul Taylor ensured the points for Athletic.

Saturday's fixtures: Basingstoke B Cup rd 1: Chineham v Twentyten Res.

Division 1: AFC Aldermaston Res v Silchester Village, Herriard Sports v Hook, Overton United A v AFC Berg, Twentyten v Tadley Calleva A.

Division 2: Basingstoke Ath v Oakridge, North Warnborough v AFC Berg Res, Overton Utd B v Renegades/