Matt Osborne started the scoring with a shoulder flick and then Jack Clarke’s fired in for 0-2 early on in Twentyten’s visit to CK Andover Reserves in the Peter Raynbird Cup semi-final on Saturday.

A long Joe Osborne throw caused panic in the home defence and Josh Bromley clinical shot from 20 yards for 0-3 before Joe Osborne made it 0-4 at half-time.

CK Andover won a penalty in the second half but Twentyten keeper Rhys Jennings made a brilliant double save to keep his clean sheet.

The best goal of the game was saved until last, a long cross by Tom Skinner which Joe Osborne one-touched before completing his brace, 0-5.

In the other semi-final Hook had most of the possession throughout this game with Division 2 hosts North Warnborough, who struggled to get eleven fit players, defending deep for most of the half. The home side relied on breakaways but the Hook back line coped well.

Hook broke the deadlock to breach the home back line the only time in the first half. On 23 minutes, following a tackle, the ball fell to Ash Wood 20 yards from goal and the league’s leading scorer curled his shot around Reece Emery for 0-1. Warnborough had to stick with their 11, while Hook made three half-time changes, which paid off within three minutes. Emery couldn’t hold a Wood hot shot and Dan Mellors tapped-in the rebound from close range. Two more goals followed on 65 and 66 minutes. Firstly, an in-swinging corner from Ben Morris reached the unchallenged Matt Foreman to head in, secondly, another ball fell kindly for Wood, lashing in from the edge of the penalty box for his 16th of the season.

Warnborough’s Khalil Bentaleb had the real only chance shooting at Hooks keeper.

Warnborough didn’t fold at 0-4 and continued to defend resolutely but attacks fell foul of Alistair Aufiero’s offside flag.

On Wednesday in Division 1 Hook travelled to Overton United Reserves where they won 1-5. It was a competitive game on a fine Berrydown surface. Hook led by three at half-time from a brace by Josh James and one from Sam Teesdale. Hook started the second half well with Ash Wood extending their lead. Overton came more into the game and Kirk Smith raced through a slack Hook back line to lash in for 1-4. Wood got his second right at the death by slotting home Dan Mellors’ cross.

In Division 2 Overton United A beat Brighton Hill Buffalos 3-1 with an Andrew Bulloch brace and Andrew Tottman single; Same Weber replying for Buffalos. AFC Aldermaston Development followed a strong win last week to play against visitors AFC Berg Reserves at tempo and were soon 1-0 up through James Stokes, who pounced on a loose ball to slot in the corner. Stokes bested a one-on-one for 2-0 and, within five minutes, Aden Taylor scored after a quick break, 3-0. Joshua Stokes made it 4-0 at half-time smashing into the roof of the net.

The second half continued at tempo and James Stokes rounded off his hat-trick with a 35-yard free kick into the bottom corner. Kyle Breadford got the 6th after a through ball from Jack Haines and Josh Stokes got his brace to make it seven. Berg got a couple of late goals back. Ashley Elwood was sent off for a late tackle but Aldermaston held on 7-2 to virtual seal the Division 3 title.