HANLEY Swan reached the Cheltenham League's Senior Charity Cup quarter-finals with an 8-7 penalty shoot-out win over AFC Renegades after drawing 1-1.

Renegades put Hanley under early pressure and keeper Dan Rawlings saved well from a free-kick.

Tom Ward denied the visitors with a crucial tackle while the defence was solid.

Tiago Ribeiro and Cathal McTernan put Renegades under pressure and Tom Morris had an effort saved.

Rawlings denied Renegades again while Ribeiro hit a free-kick just over before Hanley were rewarded when the ball broke for Kevin Moore to make it 1-0 at half-time.

Rawlings was called into action early on in the second period while the home midfielders worked tirelessly.

Ribeiro and McTernan went close but Renegades equalised following a corner.

Substitute Luke Duffett twice and McTernan forced saves from the keeper before the clash went to a shoot-out.

With the score at 7-7 the Renegades keeper put his effort over and Rawlings hit an unstoppable shot into the roof of the net to give Hanley victory.

They visit Dowty Dynamos in Division One on Saturday (2.30pm).

Upton Town made easier cup progress with a 3-0 home win over Cheltenham Saracens Reserves.

James Lush's hat-trick fired Welland to a 3-1 victory at Whaddon United in Gloucestershire Northern Senior League Division One.

Sixth-placed Welland host Sharpness on Saturday.