RICHARD Bennett, McKoy Palmer and Mo Davies all bagged braces as Woodley Wanderers continued their excellent start to the Senior Division season with an 8-2 mauling of AFC Bradfield, writes Richard Ashton.

Jack Hoad and substitute James Cuthbert also found the back of the net as the hosts picked up a third win from four games, Jack Nunn and Lloyd Vickers replying for the visitors.

An Adam Bowyer double and a Jack Bowyer strike gave Burghfield a 3-0 victory against Woodley Wanderers Reserves, while Tilehurst YM conceded their game at Emmer Green.

Mikey Jones grabbed a brilliant hat-trick as Maiden Place kept up their 100 per cent record with a 5-1 thrashing of Southcote Colts in the Premier Division.

Joseph Danelian and George Hepburn were also on target for the hosts, with the consolation going to Gianni Massi.

A superb Sam Wild treble and a goal from Shaun Bannon fired Twyford Comets to a thrilling 4-3 win at Englefield.

James Bozarth, Jake Fuller and Rob Why netted for the home team.

Lewis Mclaren was among the Loxwood goalscorers, but they slipped to a 3-2 reverse at Coley Park, while Barton Rovers triumphed 3-1 at Caversham AFC thanks to a Will Frank brace and a Zakir Chowdhary effort.

Stuart Owen had early given the home side a 1-0 half-time lead.

In Division One, Matt Strange smashed in a hat-trick, Shane Cooper-Clark added two more and Lyndon Vandenberg completed the scoring as Whitley Athletic crushed Southbank 6-0.

Jack Thomas scored for Park Villa and Byron O'Regan for Brimpton Rangers as the two sides drew 1-1, while Arborfield smashed Wokingham & Emmbrook 8-2.

Ross Baker, Kirk Hall, Patrick Gardner, Ian Hughes and Jordan Sawyer were all on the scoresheet as Shinfield Park United beat Woodley Saints Hobnob 5-2.

Raymond Barry and James Phillips were the visitors' goalscorers.

Jodan Cox bagged a brace and Matthew Wilkins and Anthony Alleyne were also on target as Tilehurst Club eased past GC United 4-0 in Division Two.

George Dallarda, Sheldon Mayers-Best, Jannai Scott, John Smith, Kieran Chard and John Lupai all found the back of the net to inspire AFC Lowfield Green to a comfortable 6-2 victory at home to Rose & Thistle.

Craig Farrell and Stuart Stannard replied for the visitors.

In Division Three, Dermot Johnson grabbed a hat-trick and Shaquille Robatham, Daniel Riddington and Khari Nelson also hit the back of the net as Junction United beat Borussia Teeth 6-2 as they racked up their 40th goal in just four games played this season.

In the Berks & Bucks Junior Trophy, a Kapllan Sefullaj double and goals from Alin Ifrim, Bajram Doda, Krisel Fejzullahu and Joe Morris helped FC Berkshire Dons thrash Thames Valley Railway 6-1.

Reading FC Community Trust beat Earley Elite 4-3, while Reading West dispatched 116 Exiles Reserves 7-4.

Stephen Turay scored a wonderful hat-trick, and George Kabba, David Frimpong, Nyaninka Saidykhan and Elton Kelvin were also on target for the home side, while Lee Marcham hit a treble and James Christmas got the other for Exiles.

Liam Goddard netted for South Reading Reserves, but they lost 4-2 to Bucklebury FC.

A Mohammed Butt hat-trick and goals from Kieran Herbert, Scott Parker, Nathan Fisher, Charley Lawson and Darius-Kwasi Boahene fired Wayback Wanderers to a 9-0 hammering of Sanctuary Strikers.

Jayden Daniels and Padraig Gorman netted for Zone RG, but they crashed out 6-2 at Kennington Athletic, but Shinfield Rangers progressed with a 2-0 success at Bracknell Saint-Germain thanks to goals from Adam Edwards and Jack Mclaren.

Royal Albion exited 3-2 at Black Horse (Thatcham) Reserves, and Reading FC Deaf conceded their game at Calcot FC.

Emmer Green Reserves advanced after Naphill & Salters Ash conceded their game.