TWENTYTEN retain their one point lead at the top of the Basingstoke and District Division One following a 4-0 home win over over Tadley Calleva A.

Hook, their main challengers for top spot had their match against Herriard Sports cancelled and will be awarded the three points.

Craig Lewington, the Herriard manager is experiencing severe injury problems and is hoping after having no match this Saturday, their problems will be solved.

Twentyten's goals came from Jack Clarke, Ryan Lupton and a Dan Hancock brace.

Although AFC Berg ran off clear winners in the end 7-2, even if Overton took the lead through Liam Randall.

Berg then scored three, before Luke Skinner pulled one back. Both Ashley Elward and Reece Chapman scored hat-tricks for Berg and sub Mitchell Medford netted their seventh.

The local derby between Silchester Village and AFC Aldermaston Reserves ended in a 2-2, a fair result by all accounts.

Silchester's goals came from Peter White and Jack Nesbitt, this after Aldermaston came back from a goal down to lead 2-1 thanks to Michael Porter and Callum Eaton.

Leaders Oakridge continue their good start in Division Two beating Basingstoke Athletic 5-1.

Sam Trodd (2), Jake Pratchett, Aaron Johns and Alex Spencer all scored, with Athletic's goal coming from Tobie Hyde.

Renegades are second after they won at Overton United 4- 1.

Andrew Bullock gave Overton, who then lost their goalkeeper to injury and the visitors took advantage scoring four times thanks to Ricky Smith , Matt Baker and George Langden (2).

North Warnborough and AFC Berg Reserves fought out a 2-2 draw at North Warnborough.

Borough were on top in the first half and led 2-0 after Liam Self and Banica Oprea scored.

AFC Berg Reserves replied from Dan Trussler and Stefan Graham.

Self looked to have scored the winner from Opera's corner, only for the referee to blow for full time as he met it with his on target header

Twentyten Reserves had a comfortable 4-2 win against Chineham to go through to the last eight of the Basingstoke B Cup, with Jack Hulbert being their hat-trick hero.

Twenty Ten won the game in the first 10 minutes as they led 3-0 as Hulbert scored wither side of a Joe Richards strike.

Chineham's goals came from Anthony Hosey and Tim Manson.

Saturday's fixtures: May Cup rd 1: AFC Berg v AFC Aldermaston Res, AFC Berg Res v Oakridge, Andover New Street Swifts v Twentyten, Broughton v Twentyten Res, CK Andover A v Overton Utd B, CK Andover B v Silchester Village, Hook v Chineham, Kingsclere v Renegades, North Warnborough v Tadley Calleva A, Overton Utd A v Basingstoke Ath.