LORENZO Medford bagged a brace as Emmer Green crushed Richfield Rovers 4-0 in their Reading & District Sunday League Senior Division clash, writes Richard Ashton.

Luke Donegan and Jordan Lovelock also netted for the hosts.

Richard Bennett, Omar Carrington and McKoy Palmer were all on target for Woodley Wanderers as they claimed club bragging rights by eadging past their Reserves 3-2.

Asa Povey scored both the goals for the Reserves.

An Adam Taylor double and goals from Harvey Beales, Kieran Farmer and William Vallins eased Burghfield to a 5-0 win against AFC Bradfield.

Michael Flatman, Dan Pringle, Jamie Turner and Craig Guze struck as Loxwood beat Englefield 4-2 in the Premier Division, Conrad Ellis and Josh Brown replying.

A Gianni Massi brace and a Kai Stubbs-Alleyne effort fired Southcote Colts to a 3-2 triumph against Twyford Comets.

Sam Wild and Ashley Trice netted for Twyford.

Matt Wallis, Jordan Watkins and Ben Santavy got the goals for Coley Park in their 3-1 success at AFC Caversham, Chris Boss-Pratt with the consolation.

In Division One, Adam Toft scored four times to inspire Park Villa to a 9-0 thrashing of Shinfield Park United.

Joshua Thomas-Lamerton, Kyle Stone, Jack Thomas and substitutes Stuart Callendar and Kingsley Goodridge were the other goalscorers.

Tom Clark bagged a brace and Luca Albanese and Luke Edwards completed the scoring for Southcote Colts Reserves in their 4-2 home win against Arborfield.

Markland Tidswell's double was enough for Woodley Saints Hobnob in a 2-1 win at Brimpton Rangers, while Jay Wiltshire's effort was not enough for Wokingham & Emmbrook as they lost 2-1 to Whitley Athletic.

Callum Davies, Sam Absolom and Toninho Skeete netted for Rose & Thistle as they beat Caversham United 3-1, Brandon D'Souza on target for the visitors.

AFC Lowfield Green beat Mortimer 3-1 on the back of goals from Jake Rapley, Kieran Chard and George Dallarda, Dean Jordan with the consolation.

Jake Brown, Max Swift and Recce Brown netted for GC United in their 3-1 victory at Earley Elite, Harry Edgington's effort not enough for the hosts.

Ryan Allen's double and goals from Kean Greening, Jake Allen, Tinashe Gwavava, Alex Oakman, Jesse Bowers, Jake Roston and replacement Joe Mcquilkin helped Bucklebury FC smash New England 9-0 in Division Three.

Matthew Lee and John Allen both grabbed hat-tricks as Borussia Teeth thrashed Reading FC Community Trust 8-3.

Kane McQuaid and Stuart Niker got the other goals for the visitors, with Aqib Malik, Joseph Wallace and Mark Edwards netting for their opponents.

Dermot Johnson came off the bench to bag a brace as Junction United crushed Calcot Royals 5-1.

Imani Likita, Josh Johnson and Dominic Smith also hit the back of the net for the hosts, while Marc Langham got the consolation.

Mohammad Butt struck a wonderful hat-trick, Tom Snape netted twice and Sam Wigglesworth, Jacob Welford, William Hambridge and Kieran Herbert were also on the scoresheet as Wayback Wanderers crushed 116 Exiles Reserves 9-0.

In Division Four, Tilehurst Titans battered Calcot FC 10-0.

There hat-tricks for John Graham and Harry Roper, with Darren Rawlinson, Daniel Priest, Jack Withcalls and Sully Priestly getting the other goals.

A Liam Goddard double and a goal from Lewis Waeder Green helped South Reading Reserves beat Thames Valley Railway 3-0, while Reading West smashed FC Whitley Wood 7-2.

Jack Mclaren scored a consolation for Shinfield Rangers, but they were thumped 5-1 at Royal Albion.

James Williams was on target for Goring United in their 1-1 draw with Zone RG, Ciaran Carolan with the reply.