There was another cup up for grabs in the Herts Ad Sunday League - and it ended in a comfortable success for Alban Dynamo.

They took the honours in the Herts Ad Intermediate Cup final, beating Welwyn Rangers 4-0 at Clarence Park.

The semi-finals of the Herts Charity Cup also took place with BWSC and Wheathampstead Wanderers winning through to Sunday's final, to be held at Colney Heath's Recreation Ground, kick-off at 2.30 pm.

Michael White scored twice as BWSC beat The Bull 5-0, Jake McIntosh and Dan White also on target, while Wheato had a 4-2 success over Welwyn Warriors.

Patrick Sheehy, Stephen Buckler, Jamie Swann and Jordan Cornes scored for Wanderers while Jon Cross-Hackett and Akim Akinbinu replied for Welwyn.

The Reserves Cup between Alban Dynamo Res and Welwyn Warriors Res also takes place at Colney Heath on Sunday, kicking off at 10.30am. 

TNF and The Wrestlers drew 2-2 in the Goulding Cup, Jon Tanton and Jey Telford scoring for TNF with The Wreslters' goals coming from Cameron Clark and Lyes Tagziria.

Ben Weyman, Oliver Seeby and Rhys Monaghan were on target as Premier Division Six Bells reached the final of the Deakin White Challenge Cup.

They beat Ebony 3-2 and will now face St Josephs of the Leighton Buzzard League.

Six Bells' hopes of winning the Premier Division took a hit while they were in cup action though, Phoenix moving four points clear with two games to play having been awarded the game against Forever Young People.

Strafford Arms have an outside chance of beating the pair but did themselves no favours after a double header with Brookmans Park, picking up four of the possible six.

They managed a 3-1 win but could only back it up with a 1-1 draw, Adam Page and Andrew Stevenson the two scorers for Park.

The only other game of the day ended with Alban Dynamo Res beating Phoenix Res 1-0 in Division Four, leaving them seven points behind leaders Stotfold Rovers but three games in hand.