CALNE Eagles earned a place in the quarter-finals of Chantry Digital sponsored Knockout Cup with a hard-fought 5-0 win over a young Warminster Town Reserves side.

Barry Forster hit the opener in the 20th minute and Shaun Jefferies made it 2-0 prior to half-time then finished off a superb team move for 3-0.

Calne scored their fourth through Will Gale before Karl Sharratt completed the 5-0 score line.

First division Luxol St Andrews booked their place quarter-finals thanks to a 6-1 victory at second division Aces.

Luxol led through a Mark Reynolds penalty, which was cancelled out by Phil Little before Nick Taylor regained the lead for Luxol and further goals from Reynolds and Taylor gave them a 4-1 lead.

Second-half goals for Ashley Bodman and Mitchell Hamber completed the win.

It was a bad day at the office for Three Daggers, who suffered a 4-2 defeat at Division One stablemates Freshford United.

Nick Ross, Jamie Shaw, Kubilay De’Vanney and a Jack Hayward own goal before Wayne Wheeler scored twice to cut the deficit.

Westbury United Development suffered a 9-1 loss at second division Heytesbury and finished the game with nine players after having both Billy Heydon and George Pawling sent off in the second half.

Sam Roberts scored five times for the winners, Craig Sheppard adding a double and Bradley Edwards and Dan Dicks also netting as Pawling responded for Westbury.

Second division Holt claimed the surprise win of the round with their 5-2 triumph over Semington Magpies.

Semington had Ant Lamb sent off on 30 minutes before Mark Maguire gave Holt the lead.

Jordan Field’s free kick got Semington back on level terms but Maguire's second restored Holt's advantage and two more left them in control.

Steve Morris added the fifth before Bobby Mitchell responded.

Last season’s beaten finalists Melksham Town A saw their run ended by Hilperton United, whose 2-1 success at Oakfield was the first time the hosts had lost in seven games.

Bradley King-Taylor's double either side of Sean Fordham’s effort for Melksham did the trick for Hilperton.

The all-second division clash between South Newton & Wishford and Melksham Town B went the way of the latter who breezed into the quarter-final after destroying their hosts 9-1.

Marc Bowden was the hosts lone marksman, while Dan Walker bagged five for Melksham, Ben Lewis scored twice and Issac Parker-Scott and Gage Jones one each.

Hosts Zeals were beaten 6-2 by first divison Stockton & Codford as Kieron Edwards, Brendan Hind, James Collett, Jayson Stokes, Sam McQueen and Liam Gibbens sealed the win. Dylan Hatton and Oliver Cole scored for Zeals.