OAKRIDGE started out well in the opening half in their tough Hampshire Saturday Vase Cup tie at home to Silchester Village.

They went behind early, but equalising and ending the half only one in arrears.

Oakridge scored twice more, their three goals came from Nathan Bedford, Charlie Hadfield and Miguel Almegro, but they made silly mistakes and conceded 16.

Cameron George led the way with seven, supported by Jack Middleton (3), Jason Graham (2), Charlie Manning, Matthew Foreman, Ashley Elward and Tayler Mullett.

This was the third consecutive win for Silchester Village.

Renegades Reserves were beaten 3-0 by visitors Hartland Athletic, but Luke Simpson saved a penalty in the 78th minute. Otherwise it was a bad day in the office

In the Peter Raynbird Cup Overton United A beat AFC Berg Reserves 5-0.

The opening goal being set up by Paul Roffry for Jack Walsh to net.

The next goal was scored by Bailey Roffey with assist by Danny Coston, before it became 3-0 as Walsh scored again from a Bailey Roffey cut back.

Then Walsh found Bailey Roffey and his cross was headed in by Andy Tottman to make it 4-0 at half-time.

In the second half, sub Regan Boyle was taken down in the box and Jamie Smith concerted Overton's fifth.

Danny Coston was the man of the match helping Overton United A to three consecutive wins.

Twentyten management had hoped that the rain would get the game called off as three players had to pull out 24 hours before the match.

In the end the club fielded a bare 11 players in their away tie at AFC Berg.

A forced formation change allowed Jordan Wainwight to get plenty of chances down the left side for the visitors in the first half, getting his reward after 15 minutes.

Chances were plentiful for Twentyen but they missed them.

Then Joz Osborne rounded the Berg defence to make it 2-0.

Berg fought back with a couple of chances saved well by Reece Jenno in the Twentyten goal to leave the hosts goalless at the interval.

The second half began in similar fashion and a third goal by striker Dan Hancock put Twentyten firmly in control.

Midfielder Joe Richards broke up the play well and frustrated Berg, who were reduced to 10 men for the last 15 minutes.

Franklin Spacagna scored number four for Twentyten after neat work from Joz Ozz and Josh Bromz.

Berg avoided the whitewash with Carlos Gomnzales scoring from the last kick of the game.

Twentyten are now unbeaten in eight.

Overton United Reserves won 7-4 against Chineham, Louis McCann (4) Cole Oates (2) and an own goal for Overton. Patrick Callaghan (2), Cobi Judd and Martin Miles netting for Chineham.

In the Wiltshire Junior Cup Tidworth Town did well to stage the match in west blustery conditions but faced an uphill struggle against Dorset county side Tisbury United, who scored three in each half to win 6-0.

In the league, Hook beat their Division One rivals Tadley Calleva Development 4-1, with goals from Charlie Hardman, a Ricky Stephens brace and sub Jason Williams.

On what was a very wet and windy Saturday both AFC Aldermaston Development and CK Andover started their Division Two match with purpose and each had opportunities from the off.

It was CK who made the breakthrough halfway through the first half and then added a second soon after.

Aldermaston chances were missed and they went in at half-time 2-0 down.

Aldermaston started the second half with determination and a lot stronger.

After about 70 minutes they got a goal back through Aiden Lister, but then suffered from the efforts incurred in chasing the draw, as CK scored four times in the last five minutes to win 6-1.

CK Andover's scorers were Connor Mumford (3), David Scott and sub Corey Livesey with two.

Satuday fixtures: Hampshire Vase Cup rd 2: BTC A v Herriard Sports.

Hampshire Plate Cup rd 1: Bramley Utd v Testlands.

Basingstoke A Cup quarter-final: Twentyten v Tadley Calleva Development.

Peter Raynbird Cup rd 2: Overton Utd A v Oakridge.

Division 1: AFC Aldermaston A v Silchester Village, AFC Berg v Overton Utd Res, Hook v Renegades.

Division 2: Basingstoke Ath v AFC Aldermaston Development, North Warnborough v AFC Berg Res, Renegades Res v CK Andover.