CLITHEROE manager Dave Burgess has his sights firmly set on FA Vase glory after a quarter final win over Chippenham Town.

More than 150 noisy Blues fans made the journey to Devon to watch their side win 2-0 against last season's finalists.

It is only the second time in the North West Counties League Division One side's 124-year history that they have reached the last four of the competition.

Burgess says he now wants to go one better than in 1996, when the side lost in the final against Brigg Town.

"There is a feeling among the players that this is a job only half done," said Burgess. "We are not satisfied with the semi-finals. We want to win it.

"We fancy ourselves against any of the teams still in it.

"All I ask is that we are drawn away from home in the first leg of the semi final because our away form this season has been brilliant."

The Blues have lost just two games away from home and Chippenham, who were beaten thanks to goals from Neil Spencer and Jason Jones, had lost just once all season.

The draw for the semi-finals was set to take place at FA headquarters in Soho today, watched by Burgess. Clitheroe will meet Berkhamsted, Taunton or the winners of the replay involving Marske and Bedlington in the semi final.

The final, which is usually played at Wembley, will this year be played at Aston Villa.