JACK Bowyer scored five times as Burghfield beat Richfield Rovers 6-3 to reach the quarter-finals of the Tilehurst Charity Cup, writes Richard Ashton.

Harvey Beales was also on target for the visitors, with Craig Haylett and Simieon Howell netting for Rovers.

James Bozarth and Michael Holder both bagged braces as Englefield won 5-2 at AFC Bradfield, replacement Sam Bernard completing the scoring.

A Felix Prudden hat-trick fires Southcote Colts to a 3-2 win against Woodley Wanderers, while Emmer Green thrashed Twyford Comets 5-0.

Woodley Wanderers Reserves advanced following a thrilling 3-2 penalty shoot-out success at home to Maiden Place, the two sides having earlier drawn 1-1.

Loxwood are also into the last eight following their 3-2 triumph at 116 Exiles.

Despite being without their two regular centre-backs, Loxwood still proved too strong as they reshuffled their pack and turned up trumps.

Jonny Austin fired Loxwood into a 10th-minute lead when he chased down an Exiles defender, stole the ball and fired into an empty net with the keeper stranded.

But Exiles levelled before half-time with a free header from close range after 32 minutes.

Striker Jamie Turner had covered at centre back in the first half, but he felt much more at home when he reverted to the forward line and quickly fired his side back in front after being set up by Tom Slade in the 57th minute.

The game was pretty much over as a contest when Simon Miles scored from an acute angle, with the help of an Exiles defender in the 72nd minute, although the home team made the last few minutes interesting after pulling one back from the penalty spot in the 83rd minute.

Man-of-the-match for Loxwood was Mitchell Dowson who was outstanding down the left wing.

Tilehurst Club obliterated AFC Pangbourne in the Industrial Cup.

Matthew Wilkins and Jordan Cox grabbed two goals each, with Niall Aspell, Ben Dunk, Aaron Evans, Jason Lewis and Tyla Lynch among the others to hit the back of the net.

Dermot Johnson scored a sensational double hat-trick for Junction United as they walloped Borussia Teeth 10-1 in the John Lusted Cup.

It takes Johnson's goal tally to 20 in just seven games this season, with the other United goalscorers Jamar Campbell (two), Khari Nelson and replacement Louis Richardson.

Sam Jones grabbed the consolation for Borussia Teeth.

A Marc Langham double and goals from Jordan Fox and Shane Langham fired Calcot Royals to a 4-2 win at New England, Royston Cowley and James Large on target for the home side.

Declan Gillard, Marcus Richardson, Reece Williams and Aqib Malik all netted for Reading FC Community Trust in their 4-0 cruise against FC Whitley Wood.

Jamie Westcar smashed home a hat-trick to lead Wayback Wanderers past Sanctuary Strikers 6-2, Nathan Fisher also bagging a brace and Lewis Short getting his name on the scoresheet.

Berkshire Dons FC went goal crazy as they thumped Zone RG 9-0.

Krisel Fejzullahu led the way with a treble, with Kapllan Sefullaj (two), Vladimir Mardeda, Dionys Kola, Sadik Cemenja and Sergio Popescu also finding the back of the net.

Liam Goddard bagged a brace and Jamie Bunting, Cary and Jason Goddard also scored as South Reading Reserves eased past Reading West 5-0.

Daniel York and Nico Cheeseman both netted twice for Henley Town as they beat Greater Leys Blues 4-1 in the Sam Waters Cup, while Goring United were dismantled 12-1 at Catherine Wheel.

Sema Fongod's double helped Woodley Saints Hobnob down Shinfield Rangers by the same margin in the Berks & Bucks Junior Trophy.

Harry Light and James Cole were also on target for Woodley, while Shane Marsh scored for the home side.

FC Showcase conceded their game at Bucklebury.

In Division One, a Kingsley Goodridge brace and goals from Kyle Stone and Matthew Williams gave Park Villa a 4-2 victory at Brimpton Rangers.

Dean Jordan bagged a brace and substitute Michael Sainsbury was also on target as Mortimer won 3-1 at Emmer Green Reserves in Division Two, while Sheldon Mayers-Best and Kieran Chard both struck twice for AFC Lowfield Green in their 4-2 triumph at home to Earley Elite.