EMMER Green came from behind to secure a fifth straight Senior Division victory as the leaders preserved their 100 per cent record with a 2-1 win at home to Tilehurst Club, writes Richard Ashton.

Gary Cook had put the visitors in front 20 minutes into the second half, but Green rallied and sealed all three points thanks to a Richard Bennett strike and a late Dan Donegan penalty.

Goals from Paul King, Omar Carrington, Josh Miller and Jack Hoad gave Woodley Wanderers and Youth a 4-1 victory against Southcote Colts, Harry Peters with the consolation for the visitors.

Sebastian Colcutt, James Murphy and Jamie Connor netted for Richfield Rovers in their 3-3 Premier Division draw with Woodley Wanderers and Youth Reserves.

Courtney Lawrence, Asa Povey and Ronnie Grrom were on target for the away side.

Loxwood had to make do with a point when they really should have had all three after a 2-2 draw with Coley Park in Division One.

With all the goals in the first half, Loxwood dominated the second but were unable to turn their pressure into maximum spoils.

In an eventful start to the game, Coley were gifted a second-minute lead following poor defending before the Coley keeper gave Jamie Turner an early Christmas present when he fumbled his header over the line.

More poor defending saw Coley restore their lead midway through the second half, but Loxwood levelled after 38 minutes with the move of the match.

Luke Parsons, Kieran Giles and man-of-the-match Turner were all involved as they combined to set up top scorer Dan Pringle for the equaliser.

Substitute Tim Ive bagged a brace as Twyford Comets beat SC United 4-2, Shaun Bannon and Sam Wild with the other goals for the home side.

Aydin FC could not raise a side and conceded their game at table-topping Maiden Place.

Division Two pacesetters Englefield Eagles Reds smashed Brimpton Rangers 8-1, Matt Holloway with a hat-trick.

James Bozarth also bagged a brace with the other Eagles goals coming from Rob Why, Ellis Gooden and substitute Darryl Tobin. Lawrence Payne was on target for the away side.

A Jordan Goddard double and a goal from Owen Guest fired Southcote Colts Reserves past Delta Vigo 3-0, while Arborfield beat Park Villa 3-2, Chris Bark and replacement Nigel Claxton on the scoresheet for the beaten side.

Aleksander Yankov and substitute Matt Jarvis netted for Division Three leaders Theale, but they slipped to a 3-2 defeat at second-placed AFC Lowfield Green, the victorious side now level on points with a game in hand.

Rock bottom AFC Pangbourne suffered a ninth straight defeat as they were thrashed 5-1 at Rose & Thistle.

Kieran Smith scored a brilliant hat-trick as Burghfield Reserves crushed leaders Earley Elite 8-0 in their top-of-the-table Division Four encounter.

The other goals came from Josh Cook, Kieran Farmer, Chris Ward, Jack Matkin and Alex Vallins.

Third-placed Sanctuary Strikers kept up their promotion hopes with a 3-1 home win against New England, while Caversham United hammered basement boys Calcot FC 6-0, a 10th straight defeat for the bottom side, whose goal difference is -71.