BERKS County picked up their first win of the Premier Division season with a 3-1 home success against Burghfield, writes Richard Ashton.

A second-half brace from substitute Will Kyeremeh – adding to a Matt Nower strike – proved enough for the Swords, with Ryan Farmer having earlier equalised for the visitors.

Burghfield had previously beaten Woodley United Royals 2-1, Ricky Ward and Ross Baker on target for the hosts and Ben Anderson for the Kestrels.

Woodley bounced back, however, with a 3-2 triumph at Windlesham United.

Dylan Chaffin bagged a stunning hat-trick for the visitors, with Craig Gibson and Jay Hardwick netting for Windlesham.

Maidenhead Town made it three wins from three with a 3-2 home victory against Woodcote.

Lewis Critcher grabbed a double and Mitchell Burley hit the back of the net for Maids, with Jermaine Gumbs and an own goal providing Woodcote's successes.

It completed a bad week for Cote, who went down 3-0 at home to Reading City U23 on Wednesday.

There was another victory for Reading City three days later, as they ousted Mortimer 3-2 despite goals from Lee Vincent and Kian Sawyer.

The Villagers had previously been beaten 4-2 at home despite Prince Massaquoi finding the net, doubles from Nathan Lishman and Joseph Newman enough for the Dean.

Joel Day, James Payne and Alex Woodhead netted for Finchampstead as they beat Wraysbury Village 3-0, and they followed it up with a superb 3-2 win at Cookham Dean.

Richard Johnson bagged a brace and Liam Yelland also struck for Finches, helping them overcome goals from Lee Hawkins and Newman.

Karl Haggen struck for Richings Park in their 1-1 draw at Westwood Wanderers, but Park were then beaten 3-2 at Newbury.

Carl Jenner, Dan Donegan and Jamie Piercy were the hosts' goalscorers, with Daniel Retter and Ben Whelan replying for Richings Park.

Doukore Paps netted for Wraysbury Village, but they lost 2-1 at Westwood Wanderers on Saturday.

In Division One, a Craig Haylett brace and goals from Matt Fox and substitute Joseph Broadly helped Mortimer Reserves win a seven-goal thriller 4-3 against Westwood Wanderers Reserves.

John Schaaf, Rich Centel and Richard Jones netted for Cookham Dean Reserves in their 3-0 victory at Rotherfield United, while Hurst drew 0-0 with Wargrave.

A Sam Bernard double and a goal from Sabeel Asghar guided FC Imaan Lions to a 3-1 win at Slough Heating Laurencians.

Sean Kelly scored four times as Twyford & Ruscombe opened their Division Two campaign with a thrilling 5-4 home win against Hurst Reserves.

Brandon Curtis was also on target for the hosts, with Andrew Herbert (2), Callum Harvey and Joseph Peck replying for Hurst.

Daniel Chalfont and Nathan Horder were among the Henley Town goalscorers in their 3-1 win at Richings Park Reserves.

Substitute Simon Webb scored the consolation.

Umer Abdullah, Josh Hodgkins and Reece Sparks netted for Phoenix Old Boys in their 3-1 win at Harchester Hawks.

Nick Ellis and Ben Phippen both grabbed hat-tricks as Hambleden blasted Taplow United Development 8-0 in Division Three.

The other goals came from Will Dandy and Jonny Openshaw.

Adam Rawlings, George Goode, James Namyslak and substitute Neil Austin all struck for Marlow United Reserves in their 4-0 home win against Pangbourne, while Mortimer Wanderers beat Westwood Wanderers Development by the same margin on the back of a Darren Barton-Taylor double, an own goal and a Will Finch strike.

Robertswood thrashed Goring United 6-0 with Connor Cumber and Steve Park both bagging braces. George Dear also netted for the hosts.

Tom Osborne got the only goal of the game as Maidenhead Town A edged out Phoenix Old Boys Reserves 1-0.

In Division Four, goals from Mateusz Kciuk and Wojciech Piasecki gave White Eagles a perfect start with a 2-0 home triumph against Henley Town Development.

Wayne Homwe and Shane Prowse struck for Phoenix Old Boys Development in their 2-2 draw with Goring United Reserves, Jonathan Nicholas and Jack Read-Wilson replying.

An Aaron Hedgecox strike helped Harchester Hawks Development past AFC Corinthians 1-0, while Burghfield Reserves drew 0-0 with Berks County Rovers.

Martin Hudson and Tyrese Connor netted for Farnham Royal Mavericks as they drew 2-2 at home to Taplow United Vets, Raj Sandhu among the goalscorers for the visitors.