FC SALISBURY United cruised into the next round of the Futsal FA Cup as they beat Pro Futsal London 15-4.

Ahead of the game Tom Folan did a free-styling display and during half time, their was face painting and cheerleaders it entertain the a record attendance of 442.

There was also a raffle at half time which the proceedings went to a young boy name Jacob Stankiewicz who suffers with Cerebral Palsy, Jacob needs £80,000 for his life changing surgery and Salisbury United managed to raise £250 for him.

The winner of the raffle received a signed picture of Southampton's James Ward-Prowse.

Also a young girl called Lexi, who donated £100 of her pocket money to Jacob's fund and received a signed shirt from all the players.

In Sunday's game, Geoff Bonner put out a strong team, but it was Pro Futsal scored the opener in the first few minutes putting the ball past Paddy Creese.

Salisbury swiftly broke down Pro Futsal's defence as man of the match Bruno Gibin netted the equaliser and soon after Gibin bagged his second as the home side led.

Phil Bernsten was the next home player on target, before Bonner brought on Rafael Ramos. who has been out for a while due to injury.

Pro Futsal pulled a goal back, before Eddie Perrett and Connor Millar made it 5-3.

The home side then really took over, as the goals started flying in as Ramos celebrates his return with a straight hat-trick, before George Plank and Millar take the Salisbury score into double figures.

Pro Futsal with a penalty make it 10-4 at half-time.

After the interval, the Blues continued to dominate as Gibin netted his hat-trick goal, before Perrett and Plank took the score to 13-4.

Shaun Prentice and then man of the match Gibin's fourth completed a superb victory.

After the game Ramos said: “It was amazing everything was great, the fans made a super atmosphere. I am so happy to be back and on the scoresheet with three goals.”