BERKS County produced a stunning fightback to beat Woodcote 4-3 in a seven-goal Premier Division thriller, writes Richard Ashton.

A Jake Dillon brace and a Josh Millar strike had put Cote 3-0 up by the hour mark, but a Dan Money effort followed by a stunning hat-trick from replacement Conor Reeves gave the Swords all three points.

Goals from Dan Povey and Nick Phillips were not enough for basement side Cookham Dean as they went down 4-2 at second-placed Westwood Wanderers, while Dylan Chaffin was on target for Woodley United Royals in their 2-2 draw with Wraysbury Village.

Danny Seaward, Casey Warwick, Andrew Johnstone-Archer, Shane Gibson and Chris Leach were all on target for Mortimer as they hammered Windlesham United 6-0.

Richings Park and Finchampstead shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw.

Division One table-toppers Wargrave remain unbeaten after they eased to a 4-1 triumph at Mortimer Reserves, Craig Haylett with the consolation.

Daniel Robinson bagged a brace and there were goals for Christopher Perks and Daniel Ellis-Bland as Slough Heating Laurencians cruised past rock bottom Westwood Wanderers Reserves 4-0, and John Schaaf and Paul Sharpe netted for Cookham Dean Reserves in their 2-0 home success against Eldon Celtic.

In Division Two, second-placed Maidenhead Town Reserves blasted Twyford & Ruscombe 7-1 thanks to doubles from Daryl Wearn and Nathan Harrowell along with goals from Lee Bell, Scott Cooper and Jonathan Webb.

Ben Claridge had earlier given the away side a fourth-minute lead.

Alex Lambert and Peter Jones scored for Hurst Reserves, but they were beaten 4-3 at home by Richings Park Reserves.

Table-toppers Datchet Village dropped their first points of the season in a 1-1 draw at Phoenix Old Boys, while Henley Town won 2-0 at Woodley United A.

Liam Bushay and Neil Austin both struck twice as unbeaten Marlow United trounced Phoenix Old Boys Reserves 7-1 in Division Three, their other goals coming from Ollie Flint, Alfie Lucas and replacement Adam Rawlings.

Maidenhead Town A drew 4-4 with Berks County Reserves in a cracker.

Matt Panton got the only goal of the game as Division Four leaders Berks County Rovers edged out Farnham Royal Mavericks 1-0, while Ashraf Ali's strike was not enough for AFC Corinthians as they went down 2-1 at Henley Town Development.

A double from Dawid Nagoda and goals from Jacek Bojda, Michal Szulik and Tomasz Maciuk guided White Eagles to a 5-2 victory at Phoenix Old Boys Development, Josh Ralphson and Tim Bennett on target for the home side.

FC Imaan Lions advanced in the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup with a 4-3 penalty shoot-out triumph following their 0-0 draw at home to Singh Sabha Slough.

In the Junior Cup, Mohamed Mahmoud bagged a brace and Carl Allen was also on the scoresheet as Burghfield Reserves progressed with a 3-2 victory at Lambourn Sports Reserves.

Daniel Sponder netted for Windlesham United Reserves as they drew 1-1 at Shottermill and Haselmere Reserves in the Surrey Junior Cup, the visitors then winning the penalty shoot-out 7-6.