OVERTON United A made their exit from the Hampshire Junior A Cup after losing 4-0 away to Bournemouth Electric Reserves. United’s third string are not having much of a season so far, but faced a well organised side despite them having a player sent off for head butting Blaze Stafford after a deflected shot had given them.

It was in the 30th minute when they went down to 10 men and chances fell for Stafford and Luke Skinner, but it was the home side who extended their lead.

It was another own goal, this time a header by Paul Eldridge that made it 3-0 and to end a bad day for Overton, the fourth goal looked like hand ball.

Hook are also out after losing on penalties 5-4 against Aldershot opponents Traco Athletic after it ended 1-1 after 90 minutes.

The Hook goal was netted by Dan Alliston, but plenty of chances fell their way, with the woodwork hit as well, as Traco went down to 10 men for the final ten minutes.

No extra time, so straight into penalties where Hook fell short.

It was a close game between Twentyten Reserves and Overton United B in the North Hants Junior Cup, won 3-2 by Twentyten.

Jack Hulbert gave them the lead after 20 minutes from a penalty kick after James Smith fouled Ed Hall.

Bailey Roffey equalised from an assist by Andy Bullock.

Twentyten regained their advantage early in the second half when a slip by Paul Roffey led Ed Hall through and he beat the goalkeeper in a one on one.

Overton went on attack but sound defending by Warren Hill and Austin Cleary in particular and two good saves by keeper Andy Burridge, kept them in front.

They then they went 3-1 up through Stephen Dean with a shot in off the bar, the pass coming from Luke Higgins.

The second for Overton, scored again by Bullock from a Liam Randall cross, came too late for any further come back.

It took a penalty shoot-out to decide who would go into the semi finals of this Basingstoke B Cup ordered replay between Basingstoke Athletic and Oakridge after the previous week the referee failed to play extra time and went straight into penalties.

It was the same outcome this week, with Oakridge going through after penalties decided the outcome, with Oakridge going through. It was Athletic who took a 10th minute lead when Nathan Read took a pass from Paul Taylor.

Oakridge drew level in the 40th when Aaron Johns put Sam Trodd through.

Chances fell to both sides in the second half and also in extra time with both side able to score and it was down to penalties.

Kieran Challis, George Byrne and Ryan Watts all netted for Athletic and for Oakridge, Johns, Sam Trodd and Nathan Bedford, with the decider, put away by Connor Parker.

AFC Berg won the Peter Raynbird Cup last season by beating Twentyten in the final and once again both of these teams are through to the semi finals.

AFC Berg goes through after beating Silchester Village 3-2.

It was a very tight first half when the Villagers had good chances through Peter White and Kye Theodore, but it was Berg who took the lead on 44 minutes when Kieran Alleyne headed home Lee Neal free-kick.

They doubled their lead in the 60th when a low hard shot from Ashley Elward that proved too good for the goalkeeper Silchester hit back within two minutes through Theodore, but within five minutes Berg struck again with another from Elward.

Silchester kept striving, but the closest they came was a shot by Stephen Burgess that hit the back of the net, but was goal disallowed

Renegades joined the league this season and after five matches are top of the table, but they found things different when they came up against Division One Twentyten, yet to be beaten in all competitions and went down 8-0.

Dan Hancock, who moved up from their reserve team this season, helped himself to his second hat trick in a row, with Charlie Manning scoring a brace.

It took Hancock just one minute to take a pass from Joe Osborne and put them one up, but his side were contained until the 35th when a long throw from Osborne was headed in by Joe Hill.

By half time it was 4-0, goals from Hancock and Manning. Hancock scored his third with a sweet volley early in the second half, but Darren Gary, the Twentyten goalkeeper did have some decent saves to make before Manning scored his second and further goals came via Carl Pearson and Osborne.

Saturday's fixtures Hampshire Junior A Cup rd 3: Newchurch v Tadley Calleva A, Sandhurst Saints v AFCBerg, Twentyten v Whiteley Wanderers.

Hampshire Junior B Cup rd 3: Michelmersh & Timsbury Res v Twentyten Res, Renegades v Coal Exchange, Wey Valley Res v Basingstoke Ath.

Basingstoke B Cup quarter-finals: AFC Aldermaston A v North Warnborough.

Division 1: Herriard Sports v AFC Aldermaston Res.

Division 2: Overton Utd B v AFC Berg Res.