FIVE Junction United players scored at least a hat-trick as they annihilated 116 Exiles Reserves 27-0 in an extraordinary Division Three encounter, writes Richard Ashton.

Khari Nelson led the way with six, Dermot Johnson scored five, Daniel Riddington helped himself to four and there were trebles for Shaquille Robatham and Lamin Sankoh.

Marcelo Soares came off the bench to bag a brace, with the other goals coming from Josh Johnson, Imani Likita, Vusumzi Dube and Louis Richardson.

Kapllan Sefullaj struck a brilliant hat-trick as Berkshire Dons FC blasted Borussia Teeth 8-2.

There were also two goals apiece for Dons' players Sergio Popescu and Bajram Doda, with the other coming from Daniel Paladescu.

Chris Collis and Matthew Lee netted for the hosts.

Mohammed Butt, Tom Snape and Connor Bukiej were on target in Wayback Wanderers' 3-1 home win against Bucklebury FC – for whom Toby Humphreys scored – while Sanctuary Strikers eased past New England 3-0.

Craig Haylett and Alex Allen both bagged braces as Richfield Rovers secured a first Senior Division victory of the season with a 4-2 triumph at Tilehurst YM.

Joe Haskell got both goals for the Young Men.

Harvey Beales was on target for Burghfield, but they went down 2-1 at AFC Bradfield.

Richard Bennett and Matt Williamson both netted twice for Woodley Wanderers as they hammered 116 Exiles 7-2.

The other Wanderers' goals came from James Szutenberg, Matt Anderson and Craig Bowman.

In Division One, Maiden Place made it three wins from three with a 4-1 success at Twyford Comets.

Clifford Haylett, Stuart Moss, Nathan Manser and Mikey Jones got the goals for the visitors, with Shaun Bannon on target for Twyford.

Dan York, Jack Earl, Hugh Barklem, Dan Chalfont and Charlie Douglas were all on the scoresheet as Henley Town crushed Caversham AFC 5-1, Chris Boss-Pratt with the consolation.

Reece Bucket and Kai Stubbs-Alleyne netted for Southcote Colts in their 2-2 draw with Coley Park.

Barton Rovers and Englefield also drew 2-2, Ryan North and Kayne Tyson on target for the hosts, and Matt Holloway and Roby Why doing the job for Englefield.

Ross Baker, Mitch Cooper, Patrick Gardner, Brett Rann and Jordan Sawyer all found the back of the net as Shinfield Park United crushed Wokingham & Emmbrook 5-1 in Division One.

Luca Albanese and Tom Clark were among the Southcote Colts Reserves goalscorers, but they went down 4-3 at Southbank.

In Division Two, goals from Jake Brown and Ollie Jones fired GC United to a 2-0 win against Earley Elite, while Emmer Green Reserves thrashed Pangbourne 5-1.

Joseph Harvey, Lewis Jenkins, Jake Bateman, Archie Denton and Ryan Szram all scored for the hosts, with Areeb Armani getting the consolation.

A Kieran Absolom hat-trick and goals from Charlie Vass, Brandon Butterfield and Joseph Lusingu inspired Royal Albion to a 6-0 hiding of Calcot FC in Division Four.

Carl Bunting, Liam Goddard, Craig Choules, Jamie Bunting and Cary Grant got the goals for South Reading Reserves in their 5-0 cruise at Goring United, while Zone RG eased past hosts Shinfield Rangers 4-1.

Ciaran Carolan bagged a brace and Paraig Gorman and Zac Watson were also on the scoresheet for the visitors, Shane Marsh replying.

Harry Roper and Bradley Cox netted for Tilehurst Titans, but they were thumped 6-2 by Reading West.

Mortimer progressed in the Berks & Bucks Junior Cup with a 4-2 penalty shoot-out win at AFC Lowfield Green, the two sides having earlier drawn 2-2.

Jordan Webb and Dean Jordan were the Mortimer goalscorers, while Jake Rapley and George Dallarda found the back of the net for the hosts.

Rose & Thistle knocked out Paggies Bar 3-0, while Arborfield crushed Bracknell Corinthians 5-1.

Kingsley Goodridge scored for Park Villa as they went through 4-3 on penalties following a 1-1 draw at Thatcham Tornadoes.

Brimpton Rangers were another team to benefit from spot-kicks, advancing 7-6 after a 2-2 draw at home to Burghfield Reserves.

Callum Anderton and Carl Allen scored for the visitors.

Matthew Strange grabbed a hat-trick and Shane Cooper-Clark a double as Whitley Athletic progressed 7-3 against Didcot Casuals, the other goals coming from Gino Izzo and Scott Rogers.

Woodley Wanderers Reserves advanced as opponents Dilly United conceded their game.