HARRY Morgan and Dan Bartlett both bagged braces as Wimborne Town eased through to the Dorset Senior Cup semi-finals with a 6-0 thrashing of Gillingham Town.

Jamie Henry and Curtis Young were also on target in a morale-boosting win for James Stokoe's Southern Premier South strugglers at New Cuthbury.

The win sets up an intriguing trip to in-form Hamworthy United in the last four, with the winners knowing Poole Town await in the final, after they swept aside Portland United last night.

Western League Gillingham, who compete three levels below Wimborne, created the game's first chance, but Gerard Benfield was alert to make the save.

And Magpies soon got on the front foot with Morgan, Bartlett and Scott Arnold all going close to breaking the deadlock.

Wimborne took the lead midway through the half as Bouwe Bosma fed Jez Bedford, who teed up Morgan to fire home.

Trailing just 1-0 at the break, Gillingham started the second half brightly, but without seriously testing Benfield.

There were punished on 51 minutes when Bosma picked out Bartlett, who crossed for Morgan to make it 2-0.

Louis McWilliams set up Bartlett to add the third, before the floodgates opened in the final 10 minutes of the contest.

Henry fired home from the penalty spot after Bartlett was tripped. The former Poole Town man registered another assist, this time for Young, before Dan Cann set up Bartlett to get on the scoresheet again himself.

Wimborne head to Taunton in the league on Saturday.

Magpies: Benfield, Henry, Arnold, Jamison, Morrison (Maybury, 55), McWilliams, Bosma, Bartlett, Morgan (Cann, 65), Bedford (Young, 73), Mason.

Unused subs: Chugg, Torniainen.