The semi finalists have been confirmed for this years Cornwall Senior Cup.

Dobwalls, Falmouth Town, Saltash United and Wendron United were all victorious on Saturday without the need for extra time or penalties.

Falmouth Town defeated Newquay 4-0 thanks to goals from four different goalscorers. James Ward, Jack Bray-Evans (against his old club), Toby Clark and Jack Bowyer all found the net as Falmouth's dominant season continued.

Saltash United dumped out fellow Western League side Helston Athletic with a 2-1 win at the Kimberley Stadium. Helston had taken the lead through Craig Veal but were pegged back when Sam Farrant buried a free-kick in the later in the half.

Helston's striker Stu Bowker missed from the penalty spot after the break and was punished when Callum Martindale scored of penalty of his own for Saltash.

Wendron United had to come from behind at Underlane to beat Sticker. Their visitors had gone ahead thanks to a well taken goal from Dan O'Hara. But two second half strikes including a delicous 25 yard strike into the corner from Cameron Wheat saw the home side into the last four.

Dobwalls provided one of the shocks of the round when they defeated Western League outfit Millbrook 4-2 at Lantoom Park. Goals from Dan O'Brien, Joke Foster, Danny Zalick and Kelvin Fyneboy secured the goals for the South West Peninsula League side.

The draw for the next round will be on Monday, January 17 at 12pm.

Cornwall Senior Cup Quarter Final:

Dobwalls 4-2 Millbrook

Newquay 0-4 Falmouth Town

Saltash United 2-1 Helston Athletic

Wendron 2-1 Sticker