EMMER Green failed to make it to the Berks & Bucks Sunday Intermediate Cup final after losing 3-1 at defending champions Aylesbury Flooring.

It was the away side who opened the scoring following an even opening to the game, Jordan Lovelock forcing a corner from which Ashley Searle nodded home Dan Donegan's pinpoint delivery.

Emmer Green continued to impress as they defied the wet conditions to go into the break 1-0 up, but Aylesbury levelled matters 15 minutes into the second period when.

The hosts moved in front shortly after when a first-time cross from Vinny Greco was nodded home by Taylor Collins, althoughDonegan then struck the post as Green searched for an equaliser.

However, Collins put the game to bed five minutes from time when Flooring hit their opponents on the counter-attack, securing a third consecutive season in the final.

In the Premier Division of the Reading & District Sunday League, second-placed Burghfield were stunned 3-1 at home by 116 Exiles.

Jake Bateman, James Griffiths and Adam Plank were all on the scoresheet for Exiles, with Chris Ward netting for the hosts.

Division One basement boys were hammered 6-1 at Coley Park, while a Thomas Clark hat-trick helped second-placed Southcote Colts crush Wokingham & Emmbrook 7-2 in Division One.

Jake Collins, Owen Guest, Andrew Clarke and substitute Alex Baker were also on target for the home side, with Jay Wiltshire getting both in reply for Wokingham.

Henry Faragher and Jack Bowyer goals fired Southbank past Park Villa 2-1, and Luke Flockton, Riccardo Andrady, Bradley Stevens and replacement Gianni Massi all found the back of the net in a 4-3 Barton Rovers win at Arborfield.

Brimpton Rangers conceded their game at home to table-topping Englefield Eagles Reds.

In Division Three, Ben Sheppard scored four times as second-placed Rose & Thistle obliterated 116 Exiles Reserves 10-0.

Sub Toninho Skeete also grabbed a stunning hat-trick, with the rout completed by Anthony Marson, Sam Absolom and Quadri Busari.

Division Four leaders Sanctuary Strikers were held to a 3-3 draw at New England, Joe Sawyer, Jack Moody and replacement Taylor Sullivan the hosts' goalscorers.

A Sam Tait double and goals from Ben Warren and Ben Tait helped Shinfield Rangers ease to a 4-0 home triumph against Wayback Wanderers.

South Reading reached the final of the John Lusted Cup with a 2-0 success at AFC Lowfield Green, and they will take on Shinfield Park United after they thrashed Caversham United 6-0.

There were six different goalscorers for Shinfield, with Wayne Broadley, Mitch Cooper, Steven Downes, Patrick Gardner, Brett Rann and substitute Alex Dow all putting their names on the scoresheet.