HAY St Marys and Knighton Town will clash in the Spar Mid Wales League Cup semi-finals after victories at the weekend.

In-form Hay made it thirteen wins from their last fourteen in league and Cup with Rob Sneddon netting twice in a 3-1 home success against Montgomery Town. Hay pressed from the start and made the break through with Sneddon, later named man of he match, scoring with a deflected strike.

James Langford equalised for Montgomery on the hour following a corner but Steve Goodwin regained the lead for The Saints with a bullet like header from a Tom James cross. And Sneddon sealed the victory with his second after being set up by substitute, Callum Maddy.

Knighton, who are chasing a League and Cup double, eased through with a 7-0 victory over Aberaeron. The Robins, who bowed out of the Radnorshire Cup last Wednesday night, bounced back with topscorer, Connor Bird leading the way with a hat-trick. Sam Williams scored twice with Danny Ives and Liam Blythe completing the tally.

Radnor Valley are however out of the competition, beaten 3-1 at Penrhyncoch. Radnor, the only second division side n the last eight however gave a good account of themselves. Aaron Lemon put Penrhyn ahead and Mark Gornall added a second from the penalty spot on the stroke of half-time.

Oliver Jones raised Radnor’s hopes pulling one back from Joe Price’s through ball but a second penalty from dead ball specialist, Gornall sealed it for the hosts.

In the second semi-final, Penrhyncoch will meet Carno who came from behind to win 3-2 at Llanrhaeadr thanks to Greg Brown, Ashley Owen and Andy Evans who grabbed the winner.