WHITCHURCH will face Andover New Street in the final of the North Hants Senior Cup after they won 2-0 at Tadley Calleva on Tuesday night.

The Jam Boys won the game thanks to two goals in a six minute spell in the first half as Liam Hunt and Harry Butler.

The visitors dominated the game and Tadley were reduced to 10 men when McAulie Stubbs.

Whitchurch manager Glyn Cherrett said: "We got at them early and it was a great team performance as every player played their part."

Tadley boss Adam Clark said: "We were poor and Whitchurch deserved the win."

Last Saturday in the league, Whitchurch drew 1-1 at East Cowes Vics.

Lloyd Thompson won the Jam Boys a penalty which Aaron Randall converted on 29 minutes.

The islanders equalised on 79 minutes and Whitchurch finished the game with 10 men after Declan Shuttleworth clashed heads with two players and suffered concussion.

This Saturday, Whitchurch are at home to Folland Sports.

Last weekend, Tadley enjoyed an excellent 3-1 win at Hamworthy United, as Callum Sweeney scored the opener from a Jordan Goater corner.

Goater from 25 yards and a free-kick made it 3-0, before George Hallahan was sent-off, to be followed by Sweeney and home player. At this point Hamworthy pulled once back.

Tomorrow night (Jan 10) Tadley entertain leaders Alresford.