A SUPERB Adam Doyle goal sent Top Club in the semi-finals of the Bolton at Home Sunday League Division One Cup.

Striker Doyle netted in the second half for the Little HHulton side against Farnworth United at Lostock for the only goal of the solitary top-flight quarter-final to survive the wet weekend weather.

After edging the tight affair, Top Club's manager Mark Statham said he was really pleased to be the first team to reach the semi-final and thought they deserved their victory as, in his opinion, they dominated the second half.

In the Division Two Cup quarter-finals, two games survived the weather with lowly Bolton Town travelling to Salford to take on league leaders Barr Hill in the first last-eight clash.

The game went to form as the Salford side cruised into the semi-finals with a comfortable 10-2 victory.

The Barr Hills goals came from Ruben Rose (four), Tom Muskat (three), Pat Gregory, Norman Gregory and Alex Kelly. Liam Parden-Bell and John Yates replied for Bolton Town.

The last game saw Deane FC entertain Heaton Casuals and the game proved to be a classic as Deane edged into the semi-finals, going through on penalties after the game finished 3-3 after extra time.

Deane took the lead midway through first half thanks to Nathan Hatton.

However, just before half time the Casuals equalised through an excellent strike from Elliot Miller.

In the second half Heaton went ahead with some excellent football which was finished off by Adam Handley.

With 10 minutes to go Deane’s Nathan Hatton picked up the ball midway in Heaton’s half, beat two defenders and hit an excellent strike from 25 yards that nestled into the bottom of the net to make the game level.

It went into extra time and in the first period Hatton managed to get himself on the end of a cross to head the ball past Heaton’s goalkeeper to put his team in front and also complete his hat-trick. However, Heaton never gave in and with five minutes to go they drew level thanks to a sublime finish from Jordan Byrne.

The game went to penalties and with both teams level Hatton had the penalty to put Deane into semi-finals and he did not disappoint.