EMMER Green made it five Senior Division wins from five as Luke and John Donegan both bagged braces in a 5-1 thrashing of AFC Bradfield, writes Richard Ashton.

Matt Drake added the other goal for the visitors, with Bradfield's consolation coming courtesy of Lewis Hayes.

Matt Williamson scored twice and James Szutenberg also found the back of the net as second-placed Woodley Wanderers eased to a 3-0 win against Tilehurst YM.

Ryan Farmer and Jack Bowyer both hit the target for Burghfield, and with substitute William Vallins grabbing a double, they won 4-2 at Richfield Rovers.

Will Frank scored a remarkable five times as Barton Rovers crushed Twyford Comets 9-2 in the Premier Division.

Riccardo Andrady grabbed a super hat-trick, while Vince Cox got the other for the away side.

Jack Wild bagged both of the Twyford goals.

Loxwood picked up a second win in three games with a 2-0 home triumph against Englefield.

In Division One, George Eaton's hat-trick and goals from Adam Toft (2) and Adam Telford steered Park Villa to a 6-1 rout of Wokingham & Emmbrook.

Woodley Saints Hobnob edged out Southbank 2-1 thanks to goals from Scott Caswell and David Miles, Musa Saidybah netting for the beaten side.

An Andy Ramage double a Paul Dennis strike helped Arborfield make it back-to-back wins with a 3-1 victory against Southcote Colts Reserves.

Jordan Webb bagged a brace and replacement Stefan Allen also got on the scoresheet as Mortimer won 3-2 at Tilehurst Club in Division Two.

Ben Dunk and Matt Wilkins provided the hosts' goals, while Archie Denton, Jake Bateman and Lewis Jenkins did the damage for Emmer Green Reserves in their 3-1 success at home to Rose & Thistle.

Kapllan Sefullaj, Dionys Kola, Daniel Paladescu, Ryan Knott, Angjuel Doda and Bajram Doda were all on the scoresheet as FC Berkshire Dons dismissed Sanctuary Strikers 6-2 in Division Three.

Matt Armstrong and Stuart Niker netted for Borussia Teeth in their 2-2 draw with Reading FC Community Trust, Richard Witt and Aqib Malik on target for the visitors.

In Division Four, Cary Grant, Liam Goddard and Carl Bunting both scored hat-tricks as South Reading Reserves blasted Calcot FC 13-0.

Luke Slade added two more, with the rout completed by Lewis Bloom and Aaron Priest.

A brilliant Gianni Massi hat-trick and goals from Kyrone Nelson and Karl Sims fired Southcote Colts to a 5-0 victory against AFC Caversham in the first round of the Tilehurst Charity Cup.

In the Industrial Cup, James Gourlay's fine treble and goals from Carl Allen (2) and Harry McIntyre helped Burghfield Reserves advance with a 6-2 drubbing of Brimpton Rangers.

Jannai Scott, Lemar Maycock, George Dallarda and Sheldon Mayers-Best all netted as AFC Lowfield Green brushed aside Whitley Athletic 4-0, while Earley Elite won a seven-goal thriller 4-3 at GC United.

Wayback Wanderers won a remarkable penalty shoot-out 11-10 to beat Thames Valley Railway in the John Lusted Cup.

The two sides had earlier drawn 2-2 after Brandon Lees notched a late leveller for the Railmen, Lee Dean having earlier also hit the back of the net.

Bucklebury blasted Royal Albion 7-0 thanks to a Toby Humphreys double, Ryan Allan, Alex Oakman and Jake Roston among the other goalscorers.

Ashley Ryenolds, Marc Langham and Tom Parnell all netted as Calcot Royals defeated Tilehurst Titans 3-2, Darren Rawlinson and George Grant on target for the visitors.

Reading West knocked out 116 Exiles Reserves 4-3 on penalties following a 3-3 draw.

Stephen Turay bagged a brace for Wests, with Andrew Wafula also on the scoresheet.

For Exiles, James Christmas, Jake Fisher and Luke New got the goals.

FC Whitley Wood exited the Berks & Bucks Junior Trophy with a 7-1 hiding from Diamond.

A George Carter treble, braces from Hugh Barklem and Charlie Douglas and a further strike from Liam Painter fired Henley Town to an emphatic 8-2 success at Thame in the Sam Waters Cup.

Goring United are also through, after Oxford Leys conceded their clash.