A WILL Frank brace and goals from Bradley Stevens, Kane Tyson, Eddie Clements and Ollie Higgs helped Barton Rovers crush 116 Exiles 6-1 in the first round of the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup, writes Richard Ashton.

Harvey Beales, Jack Bowyer, Adam Taylor and William Vallins were on target for Burghfield in their 4-2 success at Loxwood, while Tilehurst YM advanced with a 3-0 triumph at Coley Park.

Omari Edwards-Holmes and Richard Bennett got the goals as Woodley Wanderers beat Southcote Colts 2-0.

Richfield Rovers progressed 4-1 at AFC Bradfield as Adam Cayzer, Ricky Scott, Simeon Howell and Craig Haylett all found the back of the net. Substitute Jonathan Genin grabbed a consolation for the hosts.

Mikey Jones and Stuart Moss were on the scoresheet for Maiden Place, but they went down 3-2 at Crucible Sports.

James Bozarth, Matt Holloway and Josh Brown got the goals for Englefield in their 3-3 draw at Crowthorne Inn, and the visitors went on to win the penalty shoot-out 4-2.

A Jordan Lovelock double and a Matt Drake strike helped Emmer Green beat Woodley Wanderers Reserves 3-2 in the Senior Division.

Jamie Connor and Owen Davies netted for the hosts.

In the Premier Division, Henley Town edged out Twyford Comets 2-1 thanks to goals from Liam Painter and Jack Earl, Sam Wild replying for the visitors.

James Phillips got the only goal of the game as Woodley Saints Hobnob made it three Division One wins from three with a 1-0 home success against Southcote Colts Reserves.

Mitchell Dean and Jay Wiltshire netted for Wokingham & Emmbrook in their 2-1 home win against Park Villa, Kingsley Goodridge scoring for the beaten side.

A stunning Patrick Gardner hat-trick and a Jordan Sawyer brace helped Shinfield Park United crush Southbank 5-0, while Brimpton Rangers got past Arborfield thanks to goals from Simon Gurney, Ollie Thorburn and Sam Mildenhall.

Ben Sheppard bagged a brace as Rose & Thistle maintained their 100 per cent Division Two record with a 2-1 win against Earley Elite.

A Dean Jordan double and goals from Daniel Long, Craig Leech, Tyson Dyer, Leigh Holland, John Doyne and Jordan Webb helped Mortimer annihilate Burghfield Reserves 8-0, while GC United squeezed past Caversham United 1-0.

Sheldon Mayers-Best grabbed a hat-trick and Kieran Chard was also on target as AFC Lowfield Green overcame Emmer Green Reserves 4-1, Archie Denton with the consolation.

Tilehurst Club won a nine-goal thriller 5-4 against AFC Pangbourne.

Jordan Cox smashed in a brilliant treble and Aaron Evans and Matthew Wilkins also netted for the hosts, while Elrazy Ahamed scored all of Pangbourne's goals and still ended on the losing side.