MITCHELL Parker helped himself to five goals as Tilehurst Club massacred Purley 10-3 in the Senior Division, writes Richard Ashton.

Devontae Romeo also bagged a hat-trick for the third-placed visitors, with Sid Gbla and Shane Small-King adding the others.

Leaders The Sportsman inflicted a first defeat on Emmer Green in their top-of-the-table clash, edging to a 1-0 win which leaves them six points clear at the summit, albeit having played three games more than Green.

In Division One, Sam Wild grabbed a remarkable double hat-trick as table-topping Twyford Comets obliterated Aydin FC 9-1, Ross Gordon, Ashley Trice and replacement Oliver Lupton completing the rout for the home side.

A brace from substitute Jamie Turner inspired Loxwood to a 5-1 home victory against cellar-dwellers Woodley United, Daniel Tait and Dan Pringle among the other goalscorers for Lox.

Ollie Jones got the consolation for Woodley, while both sides had a man sent off – Kieron Giles for the hosts and James Timbers for United.

A stunning first-half performance from Woolhampton CFC saw them crush second-bottom SC United 7-1.

Ian Jubb and Marcus Garrett both bagged braces, and with Daniel Hibbins and Ben Keepax also on target, along with an own goal, they were 7-0 up at the break.

United showed heart and actually won the second period with the only goal, but it was a routine victory for Woolhampton by that point.

Englefield Eagles Reds continue to fly high at the top of Division Three following a straight-forward 7-1 destruction of Wokingham & Emmbrook.

Matt Holloway and substitute Toby Humphreys both netted twice for the home team, with their other goals coming from James Coker, Bobby Rees and Jake Fuller.

Second-placed Southcote Colts remain eight points adrift with a game in hand following an easy 6-0 cruise against Park Villa.

Reece Bucket bagged a brace, while Jordan Branker, Owen Guest and replacement Jake Swift were also on target for the hosts.

A Charlie Sims hat-trick inspired Barton Rovers to a 10-1 caning of basement boys Delta Vigo.

Riccardo Andrady, Luke Flockton, Ryan North, Danny Sims, Karl Sims and replacement Eddie Clements also got on the scoresheet as seven man found the target for the home side.

Patrick Gardner scored four times for Shinfield Park United as they moved up to third in the Division Three table following a shock 6-1 home triumph against leaders AFC Lowfield Green.

Steven Downes and Richard Dow also hit the target for Shinfield, with Jamie Rapley's effort a mere consolation for the away side.

Jordan Webb got all four goals as Mortimer won 4-1 at AFC Pangbourne, while FC Showcase battered 116 Exiles Reserves 7-0.

In Division Four, Josef Matthews and Jack Whiting came off the bench to inspire Calcot Royals to a 2-0 derby win against bottom side Calcot FC, the victory moving Royals level on points with Sanctuary Strikers at the top of the table.

Daniel Newberry and Martin King netted for New England in their 2-1 win against Tilehurst Titans, Harry Roper's strike not enough for the visitors.

Ryan Hood, Charlie Gilbert, John Allen, John Bain and Stuart Niker were among the Borussia Teeth goalscorers in their 7-3 home success against Shinfield Rangers, while Earley Elite picked up a 1-0 victory at Caversham United, Jack Fowler the goalscorer.

A Cary Grant double and goals from Liam Goddard and Jordan Sawyer fired South Reading into the last four of the Berks & Bucks Junior Trophy following a 4-0 home win against St Johns.