TILEHURST YM moved up to third in the Premier Division thanks to a 3-2 win at Burghfield, writes Dave Wright.

Strikes from Serge Alladaye and Joe Haskell put the Young Men in command, only for Ryan Knott and Tom Marrs to equalise for the hosts in the last five minutes.

However, Tom Kinsella popped up with a last-minute winner for Tilehurst.

Woodley Wanderers Reserves leapfrogged Burghfield into fourth spot following a 1-1 draw at 116 Exiles, Owen Davies getting their goal.

Sixth-placed AFC Bradfield edged home 3-2 away to bottom club WS Hobnob.

The Sportsman have sealed the runners-up spot in the Senior Division without playing, as Woodley Wanderers have pulled out of this coming Sunday's fixture.

Woodley also 'gifted' fourth-placed Purley all three points last weekend.

Division One saw a goal fest at Henley, with Town hammering Woodley United 8-4. Nico Cheeseman led the way with a hat-trick, while Jack Earl (2), George Carder, Arron Finch and Dan York completed the scoring.

Henley move up to fourth, while Woodley have now gone through the season without managing to win even a point.

Third-placed Coley Park edged home 3-2 at the expense of third-bottom Loxwood, whose goals came from Luke Parsons and Jamie Turner.

In the only Division Two fixture last weekend, champions Englefield Eagles Reds triumphed 4-0 at Southcote Colts Reserves, who remain second in the table.

There was a hat-trick for Brett Rann as Division Three title-chasing Shinfield Park United won 5-3 away to AFC Pangbourne, their other goals coming from Ross Baker and Wayne Broadley, with Dan Hawkins, Kaine Decosta and Matt Weekes replying for the hosts.

Third-placed South Reading inflicted a 4-0 defeat on Theale thanks to goals from Ben Cousins, Cary Grant, Jordan Sawyer and Joshua Goodridge-Dyson.

Mortimer and Tilehurst Club Reserves were both awarded a win at the expense of FC Showcase and Kings United respectively.

Burghfield Reserves boosted their Division Four title hopes with a 5-3 victory at Shinfield Rangers, scoring twice in the last five minutes.

Their goals came from Jamie Wilson, Dominic Lee, Kieran Smith, Callum Anderton and substitute Carl Allen, while Dylan Goswell, Oli Sankey and Ben Tait netted for Rangers, who were on level terms at 1-1 at the end of the first half.

Caversham United, who have played two more games than the leaders, stay in second place after scoring the only goal of the game against Tilehurst Titans courtesy of substitute Josh France.

Borussia Teeth moved up a rung to fourth in the standings with a 6-3 win over Wayback Wanderers after leading 5-0 at half-time.