PENHILL United were the big winners this weekend as they completed a 9-1 rout over hosts Coleshill Youth in the quarter-finals of the Swindon Sunday League Knockout Cup.

Jack Allan came away with the lion’s share of the goals with six to his name, plus a hat-trick from Aaron Welland.

Manager, Graham Dunn admits he was delighted with the clinical nature of the display from his troops.

“I’m over the moon with the result in the quarter-finals, all of the players played well, it was a very good performance,” he said.

“I think we are getting better as the season goes on. We are in two cup semi-finals now and we are alright in the league.

“We have around 14 or 15 players turning up every week, so I’m really happy with them at the moment.

“This is my first season of managing them and I am enjoying it. I didn’t think it would be this good.

“It’s hard work at times but I am happy, as long as the lads turn up and give it 100 per cent every week, that is all I can ask form.”

Next up, Dunn will face AFC Freshbrook and plans to take the same approach into that game.

“We are back at home, we will have the same approach as we do for every week,” he added.

“As long as the lads give me 100 per cent in every game, that is all I can ask for as the manager, everyone is happy at the moment.” FC Walcot were also in action, and they edged an 11-goal thriller to book their place in the next round, after seeing off AFC Freshbrook 6-5.

Division One leaders Greyhound came up against bottom-of-the-league Swiss Chalet in their cup encounter, the former recorded a comprehensive 8-2 win over the home side.

Jovial Monk registered their first win in four games at the weekend, with a routine 2-0 triumph at home to Highworth Town Sunday.

In Division Two, there were a total of five fixtures and it was a day for the home teams, as all five claimed three points.

Fourth-placed Atletico Marlborough were too strong for Nationwide FC, who lost 3-0 away from home.

Stratton Saints were unable to make it three wins on the spin, their progress was halted by Croft Junior, who picked up a 2-0 win.

Eldene FC maintained their unbeaten record with their 11th win of the season, a 5-2 win, coming over Purton Redhouse.

Save on Tyres Athletic had to work hard for their three points as they were pushed close by bottom-of-the-league Swindon Athletic.

In the bottom tier, Cricklade Park Rangers put seven past Chiseldon Sunday, in a thumping 7-0 home victory.

AFC Mannington also had a high scoring game, but they came out on the right side of a 6-3 score line.

Smart Movers were 3-2 winners of hosts PSV Swindon, the Abbey Mead picked up a 6-2 victory at home to Sevenfield United, while Paxton House United and Charles Geddes both had to settle for a point after a 3-3 draw.