JORDAN Osmond's brace fired Scott V through to the MA Hart Lawrence Brivati Cup final with a narrow 2-1 victory over Upton Sociedad.

Osmond opened the scoring four minutes into the second half with a superb strike into the bottom corner. Upton were soon on terms through Matteo Tanganelli, but Osmond struck again, converting a cross at the far post.

Their opponents in the showpiece final will be Division Four leaders Loch & Quay Reserves, after they subdued Morden 4-1 in the other semi-final. Brandon Welham, Alex Eaton, Matt Jones and Dan Humphres got the goals for Loch, with Matt Terry netting the Morden consolation.

Vienna Suttoners reserves are through to the semi-finals of the MA Hart In-Excess Cup after their 5-2 third round success against AFC East Christchurch. Luke Scrimshaw bagged a brace with Sam Purdy, Lewis Burgis and David Price adding one each, while Tom Easom and Richard Sainsbury replied for East Christchurch.

George Wescott’s late winner gave Poole Wanderers the edge 3-2 against Bournemouth Athletic in another quarter-final. Josh Walter and Aaron Willis were the other Wanderers scorers while Athletic’s goals came via Tyler Molyneaux and Alan Marsh.

100 per cent Division Six high-flyers Poole Rovers booked their place in the semi-finals of the MA Hart Nicholas Read Cup after their emphatic 8-0 triumph over Longfleet. Karl Chalkley and Tyler Gregory bagged two each with the other goals coming courtesy of George Richardson, Daniel Massieu-King, Lewis Worrell and an own goal.

In league action, Liam Whittle’s last-minute winner gave West Howe the verdict 3-2 against Newtown Athletic in a closely contested Division One game. Ryan Clark and Adam Louka were the other West Howe marksmen with Newtown replying courtesy of an own goal and a Liam Holland penalty.

Sam Lanahan’s four-goal blast proved decisive in Abbey’s 7-3 triumph over AFC Stourvale. Brad Hill, Simon Bereznicki and Tom Willis added one each for the league leaders, while Stourvale replied through Dan Chan, Robbie Johnston and Tom Robbie.

Steve Lucas and Brad Connell netted for Vienna Suttoners, but they had to settle for a point in Division Two when Dean Norman and Grant Norman earned Bournemouth Sports Mercury a 2-2 draw.

Gary Alden and Jake Fields struck for NMO, but they still await their first league win of the season after Tower Park just got the better of them 3-2 thanks to Lee Corbin, Charlie King and Will Mills.

Lloyd Wallen bagged a brace for JP Morgan Reserves, but the Division Five leaders were held to a 2-2 draw by Kraken Sports, whose goals came via Sam Ellaway and a Ross Dominey penalty.

Meanwhile nearest rivals Branksome Liberal are just a couple of points behind with two games in hand after Jack Reynolds settled the issue 1-0 against Parkstone Athletic.

Leon Samson struck twice in Woodville Wanderers’ 4-1 victory over Home Style. Rob Scadding and Aaron Towers added one each for Woodville while Home Style’s consolation goal came from Josh Rose.

Ollie Van Aaist netted for Lymington Town under-18s in Group One of the Endeavour Cup, but Ringwood Town under-18 Reds were 3-1 winners thanks to Dylan Cooper, Jack Boyle and Lewis Pateman.

In Group Two, Lewis Wykes and James Stocker nabbed two each in Muscliff Dynamo under-18s’ 4-0 victory over Greenfields under-18s.

Up-to-date league tables are available via the Bournemouth FA website here.