FINCHAMPSTEAD crashed out of the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy at the first hurdle as they went down 4-2 at home to Bracknell Town Reserves, writes Richard Ashton.

Harry Peters and Bub Touray netted for Reading City U23, but they exited following a 3-2 home defeat to Didcot Town Reserves.

Newbury advanced with a 7-2 cruise at Faringdon Town, Westwood Wanderers won 3-2 at Kintbury Rangers, Windlesham United lost 6-2 to Langleys and Berks County went out 4-3 on penalties at Richings Park after the two sides had drawn 2-2.

In the Premier Division, Woodcote returned to winning ways with a 3-0 victory at Mortimer, Jake Dillon, Jermaine Gumbs and player-manager Sam Tucker getting the goals for the visitors.

An injury-time strike from Luke Edmonds snatched Woodley United Royals a point from their 2-2 draw at home to Cookham Dean, Dylan Chaffin also on the scoresheet for the Kestrels.

A Craig Haylett double helped Mortimer Reserves make it two Division One wins from two games as they overcame Cookham Dean Reserves 2-1.

Aaron Attfield and Markland Tidswell netted for Rotherfield United as they edged out Woodcote Reserves 2-1 in their derby, replacement Andrew Mantle getting a late consolation for the visitors.

A Dan Rowlands strike and an own goal proved enough for Reading YMCA to beat Hurst 2-1, Jason White on target for the away side.

Wargrave thumped Westwood Wanderers Reserves 5-0, and Eldon Celtic were victorious 3-1 at FC Imaan Lions.

In Division Two, Phoenix Old Boys maintained their perfect start with a 3-1 home win against Windlesham United Reserves.

Sean Riache, Phillip Wright, James Robinson and substitute Liam Wright all scored as Harchester Hawks won 4-2 at Henley Town, while Ashley Lamb netted for Hurst Reserves in their 3-1 home defeat to Datchet Village.

Richings Park Reserves overcame Woodley United A 2-0.

Steve Park struck a wonderful hat-trick as Robertswood beat Hambleden 5-2 in Division Three.

Bradley Carter and Jack Childs were also on target for the hosts, with Jimi Middleton netting for Hambleden.

Luke Stroud grabbed a sensational double hat-trick as Pangbourne thrashed Phoenix Old Boys Reserves 7-1. Gabriel Edwards was the other goalscorer for the hosts.

Taylor Netherwood-Meek and Michael Abule got the goals to fire Taplow United Development to a 2-1 win at Mortimer Wanderers, while Josh Monk, Dean Robertson, Matt Hayden and Ben Fuller found the back of the net in Goring United's 4-3 success against Westwood Wanderers Development.

Vincenzo Cuva, James Namyslak and James Nwoseh scored for Marlow United Reserves in their 3-3 draw at Berks County Reserves.

In Division Four, a Bartosz Rochatka double and a Michal Szulik strike inspired White Eagles to a 3-2 home win against Goring United Reserves, Daniel Carter and Mark Sachse the visitors' goalscorers.

Jack Dale and Ashraf Ali were on target for AFC Corinthians in their 2-1 win against Burghfield Reserves, Mohammed Mahmoud on target for Burghfield.

Chris Berry and Aaron Hedgecox netted for Harchester Hawks Development in their 2-1 win at Phoenix Old Boys Development.

Aleksandar Sudar was the Phoenix goalscorer.