THE AFC Aldermaston club has two teams in the the semi final stage of the North Hants Junior Cup after both the Reserve and A teams won though their quarter-finals last Saturday.

The A team had a 2-0 win against AFC Berg Reserves, as Vinney Kennedy scored the opener and Ashley Skeggs got the second from the penalty spot after Liam Belcher was fouled just after the hour mark.

Their Reserves won at Barlows Park and beat Tadley Calleva A 5-2.

Ryan Alexander (2), Michel Porter, Luquan Small and Liam Tackley all scored for Aldermaston, while Ellis Theodore bagged a brace for Tadley.

Overton United A, without a win this season beat Renegades 2-1 made it into the final four

Division Two leaders Renegades took the lead after 55 minutes from Richard Reece.

Overton levelled things five minutes later when a cross from Luke Skinner was headed down by Damian Trendall and Ben Wootton put away his chance.

Overton's winner came when Louis McCann ran onto a through ball from Wootton and slotted home.

The other semi finalist are Andover New Street Swifts.

Hook retained top spot of the Basingstoke and District Saturday League Division One after a 3-2 win over AFC Berg, as sub Dave King scored the winner.

Earlier in the contest Ally Brown and Dan Alliston had Hook 2-0 up, before Reece Chapman and Kieran Alleyne levelled things. Alleyne was sent-off two minutes from time for head butting.

Bottom of the table Herriard Sports suffered a humiliating 17-0 defeat against unbeaten Twentyten, who went second.

With their keeper Matt Watson injured Herriard had an outfield player in goal and it took Alan Spagagna’s side 25 minutes to open their account, but by half-time it was 6-0 and seven in the final 20 minutes.

Joe Hill and Dan Hancock both collected hat-tricks, while Ryan Lupton, Charlie Hill, Karl Hanks, Jack Clarke and Joe Osborne all bagged braces, James Arnold also scored.

Overton United B kept their Division Two title hopes alive with a 3-0 win against North Warnborough, as Kevin Beaumont,

Andy Tottman and Ross Harwood all scored.

Oakridge are still well in contention for promotion after a 1-0 win against Chineham, thanks to Noah Pratchett's glancing header.

Stephen Bean netted four times as Twentyten Reserves beat Basingstoke Athletic 8-1. Olly Knox, Jack Hulbert, Josh Bromle and Joe Richards netted the other goals for the winners.

Athletic's Kieran Challis saw his penalty saved by goalkeeper Alan Burridge as Greg Adams netted their only goal

This Saturday's fixtures are Basingstoke A Cup quarter-finals: Overton Utd A v AFC Berg, Hook v Tadley Calleva A.

Reading Junior Cup quarter-finals: Westwood Res v AFC Aldermaston Res.

Basingstoke and District League Division 1: Herriard Sports v Silchester Village.

Division 2: AFC Aldermaston A v Overton Utd B, Basingstoek Ath v AFC Berg Res, Oakridge v North Warnborough, Renegades v Chineham.