EMMER Green celebrated lifting the Senior Division title by hammering Tilehurst Club 5-0.

Lorenzo Medford, Jordan Lovelock, Ryan Adams, Daniel Donegan and Luke Donegan were on all target, but Green's defence also deserve credit for keeping a clean sheet against a Tilehurst side containing a sprinkling of stars who on Saturday had been playing in the Southern and Bostik leagues.

The champions have dropped only three points from 12 games this season, scoring 54 goals while conceding just eight.

Pangbourne Barbarians' hopes of staying in the Premier Division title race are over following their 4-2 defeat at fourth-placed Woodley Wanderers & Youth Reserves.

Asa Povey, with a brace, Sam Brighton and substitute Owen Davies netted for the hosts, with Dawfydd Williams getting both for Barbarians.

Despite the boost of a seventh-minute goal from Adam Taylor, Burghfield saw their chances of a top two-finish suffer a setback when they were held to a 1-1 draw by second-bottom 116 Exiles.

Tailenders WS Hobnob secured only their second win in 14 games by beating Caversham AFC 1-0.

Twyford Comets stay top of Division One thanks to a 7-1 hammering of third-placed Coley Park with Sam Wild bagging four goals, Shaun Bannon, Tim Ive and Chris May one apiece.

However, they will be pipped for the title if Maiden Place, 3-0 winners over Loxwood last weekend, win their remaining game against Henley Town on April 28.

Woolhampton CFC leapfrogged Loxwood into fourth place by inflicting a 3-2 defeat on Woodley United, but they left it late with Steve Howe and Ben Keepax both scoring in the final 10 minutes. Ian Jubb was their other scorer.

Ollie Jones and Jon Norris netted for United, who were so close to securing their first point of the season.

In the only Division Two game last weekend, sixth-placed Wokingham & Emmbrook drew 1-1 with the fourth side, Whitley Athletic.

Sam Jordan netted for the Lowther Road men with Shane Cooper-Clark on target for Whitley.

AFC Lowfield Green boosted their Division Three title hopes by beating Tilehurst Club Reserves thanks to goals from Kieran Chard and Freddie Simon.

Second-half goals from Stefan Allen and Andy Johnstone-Archer saw Mortimer Reserves edge home 2-1 at Rose & Thistle, who had Craig Farrell on target.

Kings United and title-chasing South Reading both received walk-overs at the expense of AFC Pangbourne and 116 Exiles Reserves respectively.

Division Four leaders Burghfield Reserves suffered their first league defeat of the season, going down 5-4 to title rivals Caversham United in a thrilling goal-fest.

Sam Foster, Joe Hales, with two apiece, and Ben Smith secured a crucial win for Caversham, with Carl Allen, Kieran Smith, George Walters and Dan Ward replying for the table-toppers.

Earley Elite stay third after winning 3-1 at Tilehurst Titans, two points ahead of Calcot Royals, who triumphed 4-2 away to Shinfield Rangers.