Wycombe Wanderers' victory against Hungerford Town in this season's Berks & Bucks Senior Cup has been expunged from the record.

The Chairboys’ 3-0 quarter-final win against the Berkshire side was removed following the association's decision to cancel this season's competition in light of the coronavirus outbreak.

The victory meant that Wycombe was due to play Newport Pagnell in the semi-finals.

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A statement from the Berks & Bucks FA read: “On Wednesday, April 15, an online meeting was held by the Board of Directors of Berks & Bucks FA to discuss the outstanding County Cup Competitions for the 2019-20 season.

“Our County Cups are at various stages; with some competitions already having finalists decided and others still at the quarter-final stage.

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“With no timescale for a return to normality and football being able to resume safely again, we were faced with many challenging decisions.

“With this in mind, after considerable discussion, the board voted to cancel all outstanding County Cup Competitions for the 2019/20 season and to expunge the results.

“We appreciate that teams, players, club officials, and spectators have put in tremendous work and supported their teams to progress in the competitions and know that this decision will be disappointing for those closely involved in the latter stages.

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“However, the health and welfare of our participants was at the heart of this difficult decision.

“All teams who were still involved in Berks & Bucks FA County Cup competitions at the time of cancellation will receive free entry into next season's Cup.”

Nnamdi Ofoborh, Nick Freeman and David Wates scored for the Chairboys in the 3-0 win.