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Saltash United striker Sam Hughes image South West Sports NewsSaltash United became the second Cornish side to qualify for the SW Peninsula League Cup quarter finals following a 3-1 win at Premier rivals Cullompton Rangers.

Mark Goldsworthy scored all four Helston goals as they rallied from 3-2 down to win 4-3 at Teignmouth to become the first club into the last eight.

Matt Cusack’s young Ashes followed suit thanks to two goals from striker Sam Hughes and a third from substitute James Donnellon.

Hughes got United off to a flying start in the second minute of the second half, keeping his cool to slot home from a right angle.

The striker doubled his tally by going solo in the 55th minute and was within inches of a quick fire hat-trick when he volleyed just over from 18 yards on 66.

Donnellon made it 3-0 in the 80th minute, following in after Cully keeper Nathan Whatley saved his initial shot.

Dean Stamp had appeals for a first half effort ruled out as the home side - with the wind at their backs - found 22-year-old visiting keeper Ryan Walke in inspired form.

Walke was eventually beaten by Rangers sub Bradley Riggs’ measured stoppage time finish.

SWSN star Sam Hughes (Saltash United AFC, pictured)

• Dan Kenyon's Cullompton host Exeter City in the Devon St Luke’s Cup quarter final on Tuesday December 8 (1930ko)

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