WSFL Intermediate Cup Quarter-Finals
Mill End Sports continued their fine run in the cups this season with a 4-1 away win at FC Crescent to reach the last four.
Having reached the County final the previous Sunday, a Callum Lee hat-trick and a Darren Girdler goal moved Sports a step closer to another potential final appearance. Dean Collum scored for Crescent.
Green Dragon also continued their strong form in the competition by easing to a 7-1 home win over Hertsmere (Sunday).
The goals were shared around with Luke O'Malley, Dean and Keifer Shuttleworth, Lars Burkhardt, Craig and Dean Parratt and Sam Margerisson all netting against Matt Walsh's sole strike for Hertsmere.
WSFL Junior Cup Semi-Finals
Division Four title contenders Met Police (Bushey) and Dome Bar Area, from the league above, will meet in the final after both progressed by the odd goal in five.
Police edged out fourth division leaders Rickmansworth Rovers thanks to Dan Branch (2) and Richard Taylor with Adam Seabrook and Bert Squires-Adams replying.
Dome Bar also won 3-2 in their all-Division Three semi-final against Oxhey Lions.
A Garvin Fisher brace and one goal from Michael Napolitano saw Area through after Liam Hanley netted twice for Oxhey.
It's as you were in the top division after the leading three sides all won their matches.
Leaders Oxhey Estates edged out Gadeside Rangers 2-1 through Luke Beardsworth and Paul Danslow with Tommy Mitchell responding.
Doubles from Tim O'Mara and Owen Deamer and a Tom Kennedy goal fired Oakview to a 5-1 win over Hammer, for whom Vilson Culaj netted.
St Josephs also remained in the title race after beating AFC Spartians 3-1 thanks to Sean Sonner, Alex Brown and Jack Brown. Kieran Nelhams netted for AFC.
Fourth-placed Bushey overcame Croxley Green Community Centre 4-2 after Jamie Brown scored twice and Omar Vassell and Lloyd Clark struck one apiece for the victors. Andy Avis scored both of Croxley's goals.
Evergreen defeated Rifle Volunteer twice in a double header to take over at the top from Mill End Sports.
A Jack Garrett goal secured the points in the first game, while John Dailly, Jack Smith and Jamie Harper earned a 3-0 win in match two to give Evergreen a one-point lead at the summit having played two games more.
Third-placed Bushey Bimecc are ten points adrift, even after beating Cassiobury Rangers, who scored through Brima Johnson and Michael Tompkinson, 7-2.
Tom Toomey, Stuart Duffy and Charles Hailley were the scorers as Chorleywood Club defeated Croxley FC 3-0.
The only match in the division saw Old Fullerians maintain their hold on top spot after beating AFC Bushey 4-1.
Craig Totten, Joe Rylett, Jon Schafe and Stephen Pich scored the goals with Carl Mitchell replying for AFC.
Croxley FC Reserves remained second but had to share the points with Shenley Wood after a double header.
Shenley beat Croxley by the odd goal in three in the first game but in the return Croxley won 4-2.
Croxley's scorers over both matches were Rishi Doshi with two and one apiece from Dan Pippin, Dan Dare and Alec Tomlinson. Nick Martin netted three times for their opponents with Jamie Hazel scoring the other.
Amici moved up to third with a crushing 6-0 win over Racing Santandome through Dean Ciaburro, Brad Thompson, Chris Coleman, Dave Morrish and two-goal Craig Gorey.
Mick Wehrle, Alex Fragillo and Jake Smith fired AFC Oddfellows to a 3-1 win over RD FC, for whom Kojo Agyeman replied.
West Herts Reserves continued their excellent run of form by recording their seventh win in their last eight games by beating North Watford 4-0.
The Stags dominated proceedings from the start and took a deserved lead when Anthony Gilbert scored direct from a free-kick.
West Herts allowed the home team back in the game for a ten-minute spell at the beginning of the second half but a brace from Roger Lake and one from Davan Desai saw their side go third in the table.
West Watford thumped Watford Town 6-2 thanks to a Steven Harper hat-trick, two from Aamir Khan and Saqib Ahmed. Craig Williams and Aaron Crawford netted for Town.
Dan Parkes and Jerome Driscoll gave Sun Postal United an odd goal in three win over Green Dragon Reserves (Lewis Walker).
Invitation Cup Round One
With only nine first-team players available, Colne Valley had to rely on reserves just to field the bare 11 as they crashed out of the Invitation Cup to Carpenders Park Rangers to end a poor season.
Valley had the better of the exchanges but were knocked out by a Blake Scott penalty in the first half.
Ashley Armstrong and Adam Bentley were on target as Railway Arms beat Victoria (Joe Cheshire) 2-1.
Invitation Cup Round Two
Fourth division leaders Rickmansworth Athletic were no match for Division Two's third-placed side Hammer Reserves, who won 4-0 to reach the semi-finals.
Alan Dunton led the way with a brace and Josh Kelly and Mark Smith also netted.