LUKE Phillips’s pivotal strike earned Hayward Saturday Premier Division heavyweights Hamworthy Recreation a place in the last four of the MA Hart Pickford Cup.

Hamworthy sealed a 1-0 win against Division Two minnows Ringwood United in their fifth-round tie. They will now meet Division One promotion candidates Queen’s Park Athletic in the semi-final.

After their recent defeat at the hands of leaders Westover, Bournemouth Manor’s hopes of a fourth successive Hayward Saturday Premier Division title suffered another setback.

They were beaten 4-2 by Bournemouth Electric.

May 2013 was the last time Manor experienced back-to-back league losses and although they started brightly, it was Electric who surged into a three-goal lead by half-time.

Manor rallied after the break with a Darren Spiers penalty and a goal from Brad Aspin but Electric struck again to polish them off.

Dean Seal struck twice for the Sparkies with the other goals coming from Lewis Sainval and Ali Williams.

Stuart Senior netted twice from the penalty spot as Queen’s Park Athletic hammered Bournemouth Manor reserves 7-0 to move back up to second place in Division Two.

The victors’ other goals came from Martin Smith, Adam Clark, Lloyd Pearce, Dean Mellor and an own goal.

Unbeaten Talbot Rise are just a point adrift of Division Two leaders New Milton Eagles after their 5-1 triumph over FC Barolo.

Liam House was on target as well as goals for Nick Thomas, Harry Nash and a brace from Brandon MacKinlay. Tim Somerfield scored FC Barolo’s consolation goal.

Westover Bournemouth reserves netted through Wayne Nagy, Jordan Picken and Callum Palfrey but they had to settle for a point when efforts from Charlie Heggan (2) and Tom Faulkner earned Bisterne United reserves a 3-3 draw.

Bottom-place Cherry Bees opened their points account when Mike Williams and Joe O’Brien gave them the edge 2-1 against fellow strugglers Burley, who replied through Dominic Taylor.