JACK Bartman scored twice as Dursley cruised into the semi-finals of the GFA North Junior Cup with a 4-1 victory at Taverners Reserves on Saturday.

Harrison Reeves and player-manager Karl Nash were also on target as the Stroud League Division One leaders kept their treble hopes on course.

* Dursley Reserves are just four points behind a three-way tie at the top of Stroud Five after beating high-flying King's Stanley Reserves 3-2 at the Rec.

Sam Thomas glanced in Joel Stoneman's corner for a second-minute opener, and Will Gosling made it two from Steve Hobbs' ball over the top.

Stanley hit back with a couple of scruffy goals before half-time, but Town won it 20 minutes from time when Stoneman fired in from Gosling's pass.

* It was undoubtedly two points dropped for Dursley Ladies on Sunday as they had to settle for a 2-2 draw after dominating away to Mitcheldean.

Zoe Gabb, Charlotte Warren and Michelle Watson all had chances to open the scoring for Town before the latter finally did after 41 minutes.

However, the hosts equalised just prior to the break, and Gabb then missed a second-half penalty after Warren was taken down late in the box.

Youngster Izzy Hughes made it two goals in two games to put Town back in front on 56 minutes, but Mitcheldean levelled again ten minutes from time.

* Dursley firsts host Kingswood in the league this weekend, while the reserves visit Tuffley 5ths, the 3rds host Uley Reserves, and the Ladies welcome Gloucester City.