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AIRBUS UK completed the Welsh Cup quarter-final line-up with a 3-0 victory over Guilsfield.

In a match transferred to Broughton after twice being postponed at Clos Mytton, the Wingmakers were given a tough test by the Huws Gray Alliance outfit, for whom Jack Richards went close with a shot over the angle in the opening minutes.

Visiting keeper David Littleford made a good save to deny Tony Gray before Guilsfield skipper Gareth Jones saw his shot cleared at the other end.

Littleford produced a good save to prevent Chris Budrys from opening the Airbus account, but the striker was not to be denied and sent a glancing header into the far corner from Wayne Riley's cross four minutes before the break.

Gray hammered a shot against an upright just after half-time but added the second with a fine individual strike.

And Budrys wrapped-up the win with another excellent header from Gray's cross two minutes from the end of normal time.

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18 October 2017

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