J&A CAMERAS snapped up a semi-final league cup place with a good win over rivals Kenny's Bar on Sunday. Despite missing striker Jason Hammond, Andy Robinson's men benefited from a fine display by goalkeeper Jon Bryan who made a string of top quality saves

J&A CAMERAS snapped up a semi-final league cup place with a good win over rivals Kenny's Bar on Sunday.Despite missing striker Jason Hammond, Andy Robinson's men benefited from a fine display by goalkeeper Jon Bryan who made a string of top quality saves to inject life into what has so far been a disappointing season for the Barnstaple side.Bryan made three quality saves that kept his side in a pulsating and well-contested game.Hector Christie had scored early on to give J&A the lead before a second-half leveller forced the Snappers to raise their game, midfield power-house Jamie Symcox taking control to drive the Division One side forward.And it was Symcox's dynamic run along the touchline that led to the ball being squared to Christie, who finished sharply for his second.In the Division's other quarter-final games, the Police blew the whistle on Landkey's cup chances, while Pollyfield beat Taw 5-3. Dynamo crashed out at Bratton Fleming, 4-1.In the Division Two Cup, South Molton's Kings Arms flexed some muscle in a 5-1 win away to the Marlborough Club. On a very windy Sunday morning, the Kings fired first with Chris Menday on 20 minutes.Things stayed that way until Kings' captain Rob Reed changed the format in the second half. The shift in personnel worked, Paul Jones adding a second on the hour mark, and Jamie Palmer scoring his first goal for the club five minutes later. Man-of-the-match Menday notched his second and third soon after before Marlborough got their only consolation with 10 minutes to go.Already the Division Two league champions, Wrey Arms did things the hard way in their league cup quarter-final against Yam Yamz. Tarrant Wotton scored a brace for Wrey before Ivan Williams kept things close with 30-yarder. Colin Woodcock scored late for the Yamz to force extra time at 2-2.Although the game failed to deliver any further goals, it did produce what is believed to be the first ever penalty shoot out in the North Devon Sunday League Cup. Goalkeeper Kevin Weir was the hero for Wrey, saving a Jamie Matthews penalty that put his side into the semis with a 5-3 shoot-out victory.In the weekend's other cup game, Rose and Crown dispatched the Rebels with a 9-1 mauling.n SUNDAY fixtures: Division One: Pollyfield v Dynamo, J&A v Police; Bratton v KennysDivision Two: Marlboro v Wrey Arms; WPD v Kings Arms; Rebels v Yamz