DIVISION One leaders Ruby Removals swept into the last four of the Swindon Advertiser Cup as they pummelled top-flight side Ashton Keynes 11-1 in Saturday’s quarter-final clash.

Ruby will await the outcome of the last-eight meeting between Premier Division pace-setters Bakers Arms and Swindon AFC, who will now meet this coming Saturday after their weekend clash was postponed.

Also into the semi-finals are Lower Stratton, who gave Stratton Juniors six of the best in their quarter-final at Meadowcroft on Saturday.

Diogo Casiniro led the way for the victors, scoring four times to ensure his side’s progress.

Richard Clark and Jack Doult added the others as Lower went through, where they will face the winners of the New Town All Stars versus Tawny Owl contest, which was also called off at the weekend.

In the George Thomas/Don Rogers Cup, three sides made progress to the semi-finals, Premier Division title challengers FC Dorcan doing so in the most style as they put fellow top-flight outfit Ramsbury to the sword 7-2.

Luke Murphy’s hat-trick paved the way to victory at Nalgo sports ground, George Bouverie-Brine bagging a brace, while Eddie Herbert and Joel Ofori completed the triumph.

Also through are North Swindon WMC, who came through their all-Division One battle with Haydon Wick 2-0.

Bryan Davis and Lee Carroll’s goals did the trick for North The tie between Moredon and Village Inn went all the way, with the former eventually prevailing after a penalty shoot-out.

The full 90 minutes and extra time had been unable to separate them, Moredon coming through 6-5 on spot-kicks.

In the only league action it was unlucky 13 all round for Division One basement boys Brockhill United.

Their 13th defeat of the season came courtesy of a 13-1 home hammering by Marlborough Reserves, who closed the gap on leaders Ruby Removals to three points.

Nathan Good scored seven times for the winners, with Josh Bates adding a double.

Ben Crame, Elliott Smith and Luke Little completed the rout.