Herts Advertiser Sunday League side Little Heath are through to the quarter-final of the Hertfordshire Intermediate Cup with a victory away to FCB Hemel.

The home side had not lost a game all season but a solitary goal from Robert Pinto proved the difference as Heath won 1-0.

Hemel ended the game with nine men, losing their centre-half to two bookings before half-time while there was a straight red after the break.

Pinto's goal came just before the break, latching onto a precision ball through by Nick Baker.

They could, and probably should, have wrapped things up in the second half but the victory meant the wasteful finishing was forgotten.

Borehamwood Rovers advanced in the Herts Sunday Senior Cup as well but they needed a 5-4 penalty shoot-out win to see off Northaw, the pair having finished their second-round game tied at 0-0 after 90 minutes.

In the Herts Ad Intermediate Cup, Phoenix Res had a 5-0 win over Welwyn Warriors Res thanks to goals from Radu-Mihai Stefanoaica (three), Thomas Pike and Liam Addlesee.

There was better news for the Warriors' first team as they romped to a 7-2 victory over Wheathampstead 89 to move third in Division Two.

Steven Mee got a hat-trick and Matthew Taiwo two with Calum Paine and Rowan Wallis on one each.

Brookmans Park Res remain the leaders of Division Four after a 6-0 defeat of Hadham Rovers Yellows.

Ace marksman Sammy Kinsley took his tally to 26 with a brace, Bradley Carter also on two, while there was one each for Michael Donkin and Joseph Christie.

Welwyn Rangers got the better of Hatfield Senior Res as well with Hayden Evanson and Harry Tozer netting two and Aaron McCarthy one in the 5-1 win.

Louis Marsh got the only goal for the Seniors.

The final game on a rain-ruined morning came in Division Five where a Jack Lovett hat-trick put Phoenix A on their way to a 5-3 away win against London Colney United.

Josh Peddar and Joseph Daly got the others.