The Herts Ad Sunday League have another representative in the biggest of the county cups - thanks to a victory for Borehamwood Rovers.

To be fair the league were guaranteed a finalist in the Herts Sunday Senior Cup with Six Bells being their opponents, but goals from Dwayne Duncan and Archie Oates gave Rovers a 2-1 win and set up a meeting with St Joseph's South Oxhey.

Phoenix Res are through to the semi-final of the Herts Ad Intermediate Cup with a 5-0 win over Royston Rangers. Liam Addlesee and Robert Calancea both got two while Wilson Mendes bagged the other.

Holders Brookmans Park are back in another Herts Ad Challenge Cup final after a 4-2 win over Strafford Arms. Tom Kimberley, Callum Baylis, Adam Davies and Luke Dwyer got their goals.

A Hayden Evanson goal wasn’t enough for Welwyn Rangers as they lost 3-1 to Wheathampstead Wanderers in the Herts Ad Charity Cup. Frankie Buckler, Stephen Buckler and Michael Cheeseman got the Wheato goals.

Jordan Cocomazzi, Alessandro Fardella, Robert Rawlings, Callum Solly and Inayat Zaman were five of Saints' scorers in a 6-1 win over Royston Rangers Res in the Goulding Junior Cup. Rangers reply came through Ashleigh Robinson.

Wheathampstead ‘89 recorded won 4-0 against Hatfield Seniors Res with goals from Steven John (two), Charlie Gilroy and James Watt.

A Dorian James hat-trick gave Phoenix all three points in the Premier Division as they beat Paxton Rovers 3-1.

Mermaid went top of Division One with a nine straight win, beating Little Heath 9-0.

Hat-trick’s came from Chris Wilding and Matt Doherty with singles for Harrison Wasnock, Callum Pickstock and Harry Crook.

BWSC had six different players on target as they won 6-3 against Herts Vets in Division Three. Scott Bain, Alex Garvey, Billy Garvey, Martin Garvey, James Kimber and Keith Archbold were the men to celebrate.

Alban Dynamo completed a 2-1 win against TNF with Louis Batstone and Kieran Wall scoring for them and Danny Thorpe replying for TNF.

In Division Four, Mermaid Res beat Hadham Rovers Yellow 2-1, Craig Clark and Marco Manfredini trumping a Bradley Godfrey effort for Hadham.

Cub picked up only their second league win of the season with a 7-3 success over MNF. Louis Clarke, David Joyner and Lewis Norwood all scored two while Tom Marjoram completed the scoring.

Alfie Packer took his personal tally to 21 after three in the 7-1 victory for Moretown over St Albans Eagles in Division Five. Sam Collard (two) and Harry Croft got the others.

Goals from Donal Corcoran, Andrew Doughty and Oliver Sargeant gave Phoenix A a 3-2 draw with London Colney United.