Four goals from reality TV star Jack Woods were enough to send The Bull into the Herts Ad Sunday League Charity Cup semi-final.

The former Colney Heath man is currently on screen in Channel 4's Rise and Fall but he was back on the pitch as his side scored a 5-2 win over Phoenix Res.

He opened the scoring after just eight seconds but by the time he scored again, Phoenix were 2-1 ahead with goals from Liam Addlesee and Radu-Mihai Stefanoaica.

Two goals meant Bull turned round 3-2 in front, the second a free-kick bent round the wall to the left of the keeper.

And after he hit his fourth, Matt Breeze completed the win for The Bull.

Alban Dynamo progressed to the last eight of the same competition with a 4-3 penalty shoot-out win over BWSC.

The match had finished 2-2 after 90 minutes, Cain Joseph and Louis Batstone on target for Dynamo and Alex Garvey and Craig Ashurst finding the net for BWSC.

Those were two of just eight games that went ahead in the league, rain and waterlogged pitches again ruling the roost.

Borehamwood Rovers advanced to their third semi-final this season with a win over Brookmans Park in the Jim Lynch Knockout Cup.

It was Park's first loss in any competition this year and came despite them taking a 1-0 half-time lead through Carl Webb.

Rovers had to come out stronger in the second half and did, two quick goals from Jack Skinner and Louie Lobjoit ultimately giving them the victory.

But their star man was goalkeeper Connor Freeman who made some fine saves to stop Park's pressure bringing an equaliser.

In the Goulding Junior Cup, goals from James Nugent and Germaine Spence got Welwyn Warriors' group games off to a winning start with a 2-1 win over Royston Rangers Res, Charley Winnett on target for Royston.

In the Premier Division, Player Packs ended any hopes Plough & Harrow had of the title with a thrilling 4-3 win. Kyle McLeish got two for Packs and there was one each for Kieran Ogden and Isiah Ramsey.

Chris Everitt hit a double for Plough, Billy Small getting the other.

Goals from Ollie Lacey and Dan Bradley earned Harpenden Colts OB a 2-1 victory against Little Heath in Division One, Oliver Purton with the Heath consolation.

Hatfield Seniors need just one point in their final game to lift the Division Two title following a 7-0 thumping of Oceans XI.

Charlie Lloyd (two), Jimmy Talbot, Matt Noot, Gregor Mackintosh, Curtis Warner and Darren O’Brien got their goals.

Six Bells Res left Wheathampstead 89 stuck to the bottom with a 3-2 win.