A fourth hat-trick of the season from Adam Page was enough to send Brookmans Park through to the last 16 of the Herts Sunday Intermediate Cup.

His treble was added to by goals from Callum Bayliss, Charlie Nelson and Adam Davies as the Herts Ad Sunday League Park won 6-3 against Royston United, winners of last year's junior county cup.

Forever Young People are through after a 4-3 win over Spartans United and Little Heath are also through with a 4-2 success against Unpredictable.

George Westmore, Harry Lockwood, Robert Pinto and Oliver Purton got their goals.

Harpenden Colts OB lost though, 5-0 at home to FCB Hemel, while Welwyn Garden United were beaten 3-2 against Hartham, Nathan Studholme and Willam Hanson on target.

Wheathampstead Wanderers hit Division two league leaders Pinewood for eight.

Nicholas Casadei got four and Stephen Buckler, Adam Barton, Laurence Wilson and Michael Cheesman one each in the 8-0 win.

Herts Vets beat Royston Rangers 6-1 in the Herts Ad Junior Cup while Michael Langton hit six as Phoenix Res battered MNFC 11-1.

Liam Addlesee added two with Jon Sebry and Robert Calancea getting one each, an own goal rounding off the stunning win.

Moretown bounced back from their first league defeat last Sunday to thump Cub 12-0, with the latter being let down last minute.

Sammy Shakiry, Liam Archer, Alfie Packer, James Davenport and Sam Collard were all among the goals.

TNF beat The Wrestlers 4-2, with goals from Tom Anderson, Dan McGoohan and a brace from Jake Deacon, Wrestlers replying through James Burling and Brandon Bates.

In the Herts Advertiser Challenge Cup. Plough & Harrow swept Saints aside 13-3.

Chris Dunn (three), George Elledge, Chris Everitt and Josh Panther (two each), Aykan Gurgur, Aidan Houten, Niall Kateley and Billy Small were their scorers while Robert Rawlings, Lewis Cocomazzi and Laid Dib scored for Saints.

Hilltop beat Six Bells 2-1 in the Premier Division, Harry Seeby with the Bells consolation, while Skew Bridge won 5-0 against Phoenix with goals from Patrick Sheehy (three), Edward Frost and Dave Keenleyside.

In Division One, Mermaid continued their fine form with a 7-1 hammering of The Bull, Chris Wilding netting three and Ben Taylor and Stephen Maitland two each.

Excel won 10-0 against Six Bells Res in Division Two with goals from Morgan Trotman, Troy Archer, Alexander Acklam, Thomas Mullord (all two), Callum Grimes and Joseph Curran.

Hatfield Seniors win 7-0 against Wheathampstead 89 with a Curtis Warner hat-trick and one each for Jimmy Talbot, Gregor Mackintosh, Jack Sheldrake and Joe Swadling.

Alban Dynamo beat Welwyn Warriors Res 6-1 in Division Three. Brodie Carrington got two and there was one each for Cain Joseph, Louis Batstone, Sean Oliver and Mark Read, Germaine Spence notching the consolation.

Zack Neiman (three)m Luke Watling and an own goal gave Strafford Arms Res a 5-1 win over St George's.

Brookmans Park Res lost 4-1 to Welwyn Rangers in Division Four, their first loss of the season. Hayden Evanson, Luke Stuckley, Billy Dean and Ben Laurence scored for Welwyn, Nathan Gibbons for Park.

Royston Rangers Res and Phoenix A drew 0-0 in Division Five while St Albans Warriors won 3-2 against London Colney United with two for Billy Small and on from Daniel Gillans. 

Rose & Crown Mosquitoes stayed top with an 11-1 drubbing of St. Albans Eagles.

Yusuf Khan, Marc Arnott and Joe Brunt got two with Mitchell Harrison and Ben Gorman one each.

Daniel Armstrong led the way though with a hat-trick while Adam Woodcock got the only goal for the Eagles.