A LATE Ryan Adams goal proved the difference as Emmer Green reached the quarter-finals of the Tilehurst Charity Cup with a hard-fought 3-2 victory at Southcote Colts, writes Richard Ashton.

The visitors went in front courtesy of an own goal scored from a Dan Donegan free-kick, and he was also the provider when Adams made it 2-0.

Green were dealt a blow when Andy Rossiter was sent off, and Colts hit back to level before Donegan again set up Adams to fire home the winner in the final minute.

Purley battled through with a 3-2 home success against Tilehurst YM, with Woodley Wanderers and Youth also advancing after WS Hobnob conceded their game.

Sid Gbla's brilliant hat-trick and goals from Tristan Campbell and Aaron Evans fired Tilehurst Club past Pangbourne Barbarians 5-2, Nathan Chambers with both goals for the home side.

Asa Povey netted for Woodley Wanderers and Youth Reserves, but they were dumped out 7-1 by The Sportsman.

AFC Bradfield produced a mini-shock by knocking out Burghfield 1-0.

A Sheldon Mayers-Best brace and goals from Danny Fletcher and Kieran Chard helped AFC Lowfield Green thrash Six Bells 4-0 in the John Lusted Cup, while 116 Exiles progressed with a 2-0 win at Tilehurst Club Reserves, Lee Marcham among the goalscorers.

Kian Sawyer scored superb hat-trick as South Reading dumped out Mortimer 6-1.

Liam Goddard, Michael Hunt and Jordan Sawyer were also on target for the visitors, with Mike Hancock grabbing Mortimer's consolation.

In the Premier Division, two goals from substitute Jamie Connor and a Stewart Corp effort guided Richfield Rovers to a 3-0 home win against Caversham AFC.

Henley Town went goal crazy as they battered Aydin FC 13-0 in Division One.

George Carder scored four and there were doubles for Nico Cheeseman, Liam Painter and replacement Harri Douglas, with the rout completed by Daniel O'Reilly, Sam Earl and Daniel York.

George Hepburn and Mikey Jones got the goals as Maiden Place won 2-1 at Woolhampton Cricket, Tom Canham's 90th-minute effort merely a consolation.

Loxwood just failed in their bid to put a dent in Twyford Comets' 100 per cent record as they suffered an unlucky late 3-2 defeat.

After an even start, Loxwood took a deserved lead in the 32nd minute when prolific centre back Michael Flatman headed home at the far post following a Lewis McLaren set-piece.

However, the home team switched off two minutes later and gifted the visitors an equaliser with a tap in from close range.

More poor defending from a corner allowed the visitors to take a 2-1 lead early in the second half, but Loxwood dominated from then on and looked to have at least made a point when Jamie Turner headed home a Keiran Giles flag-kick in the 77th minute.

However, Comets snatched a scrappy late winner to leave Loxwood with nothing to show for their efforts.

Man-of-the-match for Loxwood was Will Graham, who had an outstanding game in the centre of midfield, while Phil Tegg, Chris Lewis and Sam Wild all scored for Comets.

Englefield Eagles Reds remain top of Division Two after they won a seven-goal thriller 4-3 at Southbank.

Josh Brown bagged a brace for Eagles, with their other goals coming from Matt Holloway and James Bozarth, while Musa Saidybah netted twice for the hosts with James Tarrant also on target.

Second-placed Southcote Colts Reserves crushed Park Villa 6-1 thanks to a Matty Davies double and goals from Marcus Guest, Jordan Goddard, Jake Collins and Owen Guest.

Oliver Higgs, Dale Levery and Ryan North netted for Barton Rovers in their 3-3 draw at Wokingham & Emmbrook, while Arborfield drew 2-2 with Brimpton Rangers.

Jamie Clark, Jake Wheeler and Karl Clark all scored for Division Three table-toppers Theale in their 3-1 victory at AFC Pangbourne, Billy Howells with the hosts' goal.

Richard Dow, Brett Rann and Ryan Holmes strikes gave Shinfield Park United a 3-2 success at Kings United, Matt Bates and Dragoi Bogdah replying.

FC Showcase conceded their game at Rose & Thistle.

Calcot FC's Division Four woes continued as the basement boys were thumped 14-3 at New England, Martin King scoring five times, Kris Lyth four and Ovidiu Buzatu, Reece Groves, Matt Newberry and Taylor Sullivan completing the rout.

Calcot stay bottom having lost all nine of their games and with a goal difference of -65.

Sam Mallows, Ed Jones and Harry Edgington netted for leaders Earley Elite in their 3-2 home win against Wayback Wanderers, while Sanctuary Strikers drew 0-0 with Calcot Royals.

An Alex Vallins double and goals from Nick Kingston and Josh Cook fired second-placed Burghfield Reserves to a 4-1 win at Caversham United.

Harry Roper, Sully Priestly, Nathan Bailey and James Bolton scored for Tilehurst Titans in their 4-2 win at home to Shinfield Rangers, Andrew Prowse and Austin Ellerton replying, and Borussia Teeth blasted Coley Park Reserves 9-1.

Matt Lee and Stuart Niker both grabbed trebles, with the other Teeth goals coming from Ryan Hood, Graham Bettes and Charlie Gilbert.

Joseph Herbert was on target for Park.