Local football: Braders in hot form in the Leicester District League
Premier Division leaders Braders proved too strong for Queniborough in their League Cup quarter-final showdown.
Braders dominated their Division One rivals to claim an impressive 8-3 win.
Lee Johnson, Simon Richmond and Darren Taylor each scored twice, while Nathan Charles and Robert Edwards also netted. John Goulty (2) and Sean Warrilow registered for Queniborough.
Joining them in the semi-finals will be Premier Division Magna 73, who overcame the New Joiners, from Division Two, 6-2.
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Joel Mason led the way for Magna with four goals, Jay Groocock and Alex Waite adding the others. The New Joiners scorers were Alan Stafford and Chris Weston.
In the Chairman's Cup, quarter-finals, Belgrave Reserves beat Cosby Reserves 5-3. James Hussey (2), Jimmy South (2) and Ethan Bibby were the Belgrave scorers, while Jack Deacon, Graham Hussey and Lee Pritchard grabbed the Cosby goals.
Queniborough Reserves got the better of Magna 73 Reserves, 4-1. Arron Watts (2), Kurt Barley and Dale Whitaker were their marksmen.
County Hall moved up to third place in the Premier Division with a 3-2 win over struggling Cosby United.
Tim Glen did well to score twice for Cosby, which kept them in the game right up to the final whistle.
North Kilworth travelled to Glenfield Town and left with three points from a 4-2 win. Chris Read (2), Alex Broadbent and Ross Weston netting for Kilworth, with the Glenfield goals coming from Callum McDermott and Colm Murphy.
Huncote had an easy run-out when they visited Kingsway Celtic, who still remain rooted to the bottom of the table. Huncote put five past Kingsway without reply thanks to Jack Lynch (3), Luke Dyke, and James Swann.
In Division One, Ashby Road's good run came to an end when they were beaten 5-1 by Leicester Three Lions. Michael Lynce scored a hat-trick and was backed up by Stewart Grant and Scott Johnson.
Royal Anglians are currently in free fall, and this week they lost 4-3 to Saffron Lounge.
Oliver Roehrig (2), Ricky Bates and Oliver Foster did the damage for Saffron.
Thurlaston moved joint top, in Division Two after a solid performance at Houghton Rangers Reserves. Thurlaston scored the only goal courtesy of Scott Stevenson.
In Division Three, Glen Villa pulled themselves out of the bottom three with a 4-2 win over Park End 74, Chris Gibbons netting two of them.