Golden Horse booked their place in the Parker League Cup final with victory over Kingsthorpe Wanderers, where they will meet Wootton Fields Wanderers following their win at Roade.
Kingsthorpe were on the wrong end of a 4-3 defeat despite James May’s brace and a goal for Ashley Clamp, with Jake Hogben, James Dean, Ant Kirby and Charlie Whiting leading the Horse to the final.
Elliott Herbert and Pierre Coleman were the men on the mark for Wootton as they won 2-1 at Roade, for whom Luke Emery was on target.
STANDENS BARN remain firmly in title contention after an 8-1 rout of Windmill Warriors, with Damon Herbert and an own goal among their scorers.
Andrew Moriarty bagged a hat-trick as St Margaret’s racked up a magnificent seven at the expense of Monks Park WMC.
Joining Moriarty on the scoresheet were Fazel Koriya, Lewis Reynolds, Dan Jennings and Perry Wells.
Damian Czyiewski notched twice for FC Fotogold but they were forced to share the spoils in a 3-3 draw with AFC Dee.
Lukajz Pouroznik was the other scorer for Fotogold as their efforts were cancelled out by goals from Andrew Smith, Sam McCallum and Ian Giles.
Sam Cooper and Frank Maher were on target for FC Victoria in their 2-1 win over Devonshire Club, who had Ryan Brown to thank for getting them on the scoresheet.
Billing United were 4-2 winners at FC Jeckyll.
Tom Shellard and Lewis Hackett powered Brafield United to a 2-1 win over Woodford United, for whom Jakub Prezwoniak was on target. Butcher Loco ran out 3-0 winners at Thorplands Club 81 Reserves.
ASHLEY MORTON helped himself to a hat-trick as Spartak Reserves won 11-0 at Vesta FC.
Ali Foote and Toby Brand bagged braces, with the scoring completed by singles for Fraser Francis, Kieran Wickens, Harry Mundy and an own goal.
AFC Thorpe beat Billing United Reserves 2-0, the goals coming from Ryan Thomson and an own goal.
Veterans League Cup
ROAD TO MOROCCO booked their place in the semi-final with a 7-0 thrashing of Moulton. Phil Murphy (2), Matt Murphy (2), Jason Felix, Duncan Eade and Paul Atley did the damage.
Corby Eagles also progressed to the final four with a 6-1 win over Northampton FFA.
Veterans League A
Tim Knowles and Michael Christie scored twice as Weedon beat James King Blisworth 4-2.