OVERTON United B who will meet Twentyten in the final of the Peter Raynbird Cup on Saturday March 30 at the Camrose after they beat AFC Aldermaston Reserves 3-1.

It was Ross Soper-Dyer and Steve Caswell took over running the Overton's third string this season and besides seeing the team through to this final, are also at present second in Division Two.

It was the Division One side Aldermaston who took the lead after 10 minutes when Caswell brought down Chris Allen and Lee Wheeler made no mistake from the spot.

It was just before half time when Olly Parker broke clear and equalised with a 20 yard shot.

Chances fell to Allen and Jamal Small, but it was Overton who took the lead in the 70th minute.

A corner taken by Parker was not dealt with and Andy Bullock took advantage of the mistake.

The third came with 10 minutes left when Bullock scored again after chasing a long ball from Bailey Roffey.

The Basingstoke A Cup quarter final replay, abandoned in December with five minutes to play with Berg leading 5-1 against Overton United A, was not played as Overton could not field enough eligible players.

Berg has now been awarded the match and will meet Hook at home in the semi-finals.

The other Semi Final is between Silchester Village and Twentyten.

In the Basingstoke and District Saturday League Division One Silchester Village maintained their unbeaten league record as winning their local derby against Tadley Calleva A 5-3.

Silchester's goals came from Jason Graham (2), Faral Omar, Jack Nesbit, Kyle Theodore.

Tadley's trio came from Bradley Cox (2) and Charlie Neville.

Twentyten also undefeated saw off Hook 3-0. Their opener came from a Jack Clarke which also saw Dan Mellors sent-off for deliberately handling on the line. Their other goals came Ryan Lupton and Dan Hancock.

Renegades remain on track for the Division Two championship with a 6-0 away win against Basingstoke Athletic, helped by a four goal haul from George Lagden, while Danny Costen and Ricky Smith netted the others.

AFC Aldermaston A remain bottom even though they won only their second game of the season beating North Warnborough 2-1.

Harrison Edwards and Vinney Kennedy were on target, while Khail Bentaleb replied.

AFC Berg Reserves and Oakridge fought out a 2- 2 draw. Berg's goals came from Karl Holborough and Tommy Lucas. Oakridge's pair were scored by Sam Trodd and Sam Mosdell.

Saturday's fixtures: Basingstoke B Cup semi-final: North Warnborough v Oakridge.

Division 1: AFC Berg v Silchester Village, Hook v Tadley Calleva A, Overton Utd v Twentyten.

Division 2: AFC Aldermaston A v Overton Utd B, Basingstoke Ath v Chineham, Renegades v AFC Berg Res.