NORTH Warnborough will contest the final of the Basingstoke B Cup at Barlow’s Park, Tadley on Saturday May 4 (6.30 pm).

This was after they beat Oakridge 4-2 on penalties after extra time could not split the teams.

It was a tight game throughout and it was Oakridge who led after just four minutes when a shot from Max Trodd was fumbled into the net by keeper Reece Emery.

Banica-Marian Oprea came on as sub after 20 minutes and soon equalised after a Nathan Archer throw in was not dealt with.

Oakridge came back strongly and Sam Trodd struck twice to see his side leading 3-1.

Oprea scored again from a Bentaleb assist then a ball from John Scott-Elliott over the top led to Liam Self forcing the ball home to take it to extra time.

Scott Elliott put Borough ahead in the extra period, but a shot by Sam Mosdell went in off Liam Cook meant penalties.

Two good saves by goalkeeper Sam Bully and the final penalty taken by Liam Coppi saw Borough through.

They will meet the winners of the Renegades and Twentyten Reserves in the final.

Hook won a seven goal thriller over visiting Tadley Calleva A in Division One of the Basingstoke and District Saturday League.

Hook's goals came from Ismael Alvarez, Tedroy Ricketts and a Dave King brace.

Tadley's strikes were scored by Charlie Neville, Fred Ball and young Ewan Young got their third on his debut.

Reigning champions Twentyten continues to head the table by four points from Hook after beating bottom of the table Overton United A 10-0.

Top scorer Ryan Lupton took his tally to 24 as he scored four times and there was two each for Dan Hancock, Jake Tanner and Joe Hill.

Silchester Village lost their unbeaten league record as they went down 5-2 at AFC Berg.

The Berg scorers were Louis Vickery (3), Reece Chapman and Peter Lomax.

Silchester's goals came from Jason Graham and Peter White.

Renegades remain top of the Division Two by one point after seeing off AFC Berg Reserves 7-0.

George Lagden was again the star turn, his hat-trick taking him to 20 for the season.

The other four goals Ash Burchett, Ricky Smith, Matt Baker and Luke Simpson.

Overton United B against AFC Aldermaston A looked like a highly scoring affair in the favour of second placed United’s fourth team, but this scrappy affair ended with a slender 1-0 win as Ian Randall scored the winner.

Basingstoke Athletic beat Chineham 5-1, as Steve McDonald led the way with a brace and there were singles from

Tobi Judd, Ryan Watts and Ashley Russell

Chineham's goal came from Luke Russell.

Saturday's fixtures: Basingstoke A Cup semi-final: Silchester Village v Twentyten.

Division 1: AFC Aldermaston Res v Tadley Calleva A, Herriard Sports v Overton Utd A.

Division 2: Overton Utd v Basingstoke Ath, Renegades v North Warnborough, Twentyten Res v AFC Berg Res.