RADNOR Valley made history by booking their place in the semi-finals of the Central Wales Cup for the first time in their history with a shoot out win over Carno.

Goalkeeper Will Fowden was the hero with two penalty saves as the Goats celebrated another milestone in their history.

Valley went into the tie having already upset the odds by knocking Guilsfield and Caersws out of the cup and led following a bright start with Joey Price springing the Carno offside trap to net on 22 minutes.

Carno were soon back on terms with Andy Evans maintaining his fine form with a close range finish eight minutes later.

Valley were twice denied by the woodwork early in the second-half with Geraint Lloyd and Callum Matthews frustrated.

The hosts continued to ask the questions with Elliot Williams' dipping free-kick forcing Carno goalkeeper Chris Brown to tip onto the bar with 20 minutes remaining.

Williams was again denied by the woodwork in extra-time before the match went to penalties.

Fowden proved the hero with two saves from the spot before Williams slotted home the decisive penalty to complete a 4-2 win.

Meanwhile Berriew also sealed a place in the semi-finals with Joe Haycock netting twice in a 2-1 win at home to Berriew who stayed in contention with an own goal.

Four Crosses' home clash with Llanidloes Town and Llanrhaeadr's meeting with Builth Wells were both postponed due to waterlogged pitches.