Les James League Cup second round.

Little Stoke 1 Frampton United 4

FRAMPTON United progressed to the semi-finals of the Les James League Cup after a convincing away win against Little Stoke.

The home side started well with Jessie Owens and Sam Hill efforts just clearing the bar.

At the other end, Frampton’s Manolo Marquez Espada should have scored for Frampton but hit his shot over the bar.

Then Lewis Wilton went close for the visitors before nick Rugman shot wide for the home side after Owens had set the move up.

Frampton opened the scoring on 28 minutes from a Lewis Wilton pass to Ryan Vincent to fire past keeper Amin Jones.

The home side hit back in the 38th minute when Ethan Tucker headed home Jordan Yeo’s corner. Frampton’s Nathan Dennis’ shot from the edge of the box was only just over the bar.

Then just two minutes before the break, Frampton’s Manolo Marquez Espada stabbed the ball home after a scramble in the box. On 60 minutes the visitors went 3-1 up when Ryan Vincent headed home from a Espada corner.

Visitor’s keeper James Marklove was called upon to make a good save from Jordan Yeo on 73 minutes and then Matt Price headed over from a corner.

Frampton sealed their passage into the semi-finals with a forth goal on 84 minutes Fraser Wilson knocking the ball in after a scramble in the box.