There were almost as many cup games as league matches in the Herts Ad Sunday League - with a number of clubs booking their places in finals.

Welwyn Rangers became the first team in the final of the Herts Ad Intermediate Cup with a 2-1 win over Six Bells Res.

Tyler McCarthy and George Sippetts got their goals.

They will face either Strafford Arms Res or Alban Dynamo, the latter reaching the last four with a 5-0 success against Brookmans Park Res.

Welwyn Warriors Res all but booked their place in the Reserve Cup final with a 5-3 victory against Royston Rangers Res, their third win from three in the five-team group.

Stephen Harris got two for the Warriors with the others coming from Max MacKenzie, James Nugent and John Woodward.

Brad Goldby Solomon, Ryan Lawler and Jay Williams replied for Royston.

Borehamwood Rovers won 1-0 away to Forever Young People in the Herts Ad Challenge Cup, while Strafford Arms beat Plough & Harrow 5-1, Chris Dunn getting the consolation.

They will now play each other in the semi-final.

Two goals from Harry Shepherd and one from Connor Perl helped The Bull to a 3-2 win over Phoenix Res, putting them into the semi-final of the Charity Cup,

Liam Addlesee got one of the Phoenix goals.

In the Premier Division, Phoenix's first team beat Brookmans Park twice in a double header to move four points clear of Six Bells.

Ali Bangura, Sam McCord and Jack Taylor all scored in a 4-1 win while Bangura scored another two in a 3-2 success, Robert Calancea getting the other, 

Luke Dwyer and Martin Flannery scored in the second game for Park who sit third.

Six Bells didn't help themselves as they drew 1-1 with Little Heath, Mickey Shuttlewood cancelling out a Nick Baker goal.

Ryan Solly put a dent in Strafford Arms Res' title hopes in Division Two with all four goals for Saints in a 4-3 win.

St Georges meanwhile finished their Division Three title-winning season with a 4-1 win over The Wrestlers, their 15th of the season.

In Division Four, Stotfold Rovers moved closer to the title with a 4-0 victory over Hatfield Seniors Res, although they were helped by a 1-0 loss for nearest rivals Alban Dynamo Res to London Colney United.

Phoenix A won the other game in the division 7-1, beating Monday Night Football.

Stefan Day and Danny Sherman each got three and Tom Upton one.