Booyas put 23 goals past TAS in Bath Sunday cup competition
Sam Sibley hit eight goals as brilliant Booyas romped to a 23-0 success against lower-league TAS in a one-sided Tom Morgan Cup tie.
Mike Wotton struck four times, Daley Troy hit a hat-trick and there were braces for Jake Ford and Price Shakar as the top-flight side showed their quality.
Pele Sobers, Mike Gingell, Jack Scallan and Jed Mcargille completed the rout.
Heritage United put up a brave fight before bowing out of the cup with a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Roper Rhodes Bathrooms Bath & District Sunday League Division 1 champions GT Sports.
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Nathan Pritchard’s header gave the Division 3 table-toppers the lead but GT levelled shortly before half-time.
Heritage keeper David Taylor saved a penalty in the second half but the holders made their pressure tell with two more goals.
Odd Down SC recovered from conceding a comical own goal to beat The Works Vultures 5-1, although the scoreline was harsh on their opponents who squandered a golden chance to go 2-1 up when Jack Harvey missed a one-on-one.
Extra-time goals from Stuart Kirby, Dave Plummer and Richard Isaacs earned Bristol City Supporters’ Reserves a 3-0 win over Englishcombe in the Secretary’s Cup.
Also progressing to the quarter-finals for the first time are Atletico Bath, who made it six wins in a row in all competitions by beating Bath Spa Rovers 3-1.
Good work by Chris Manns set up Joe Duncan for the opening goal, which was added to when midfielder Herv Rai capitalised on a goalkeeping error.
Manns then received his marching orders for an off-the-ball incident but this did not deter Atletico, who added a third through Duncan before Rovers grabbed a consolation.
Metro had Ben Chantrell (2), James Shaw, Doug Miller and Leon McMeechan to thank for their 5-0 success against Griffin, while James Smith and Cain Robinson fired Odd Down SC Reserves to a 2-0 win over DF Sports.
Tramways edged out New Inn Wanderers A in Division 3, winning a close contest 4-3.
Wanderers cancelled out first-half goals from Mo Jabbi and Ab Diabi before edging ahead, only for James Weymouth and Diabi to turn the game on its head again.
Substitute Jamie Fryer got Crown & Horseshoe’s consolation in a 4-1 defeat to Bath Spa University.