GOALS from Richard Bennett, Sam Goldberg and Jack Hoad fired Woodley Wanderers to the top of the Reading & District Senior Division table following their 3-2 home win against Burghfield, writes Richard Ashton.

Jack Bowyer bagged a brace for the visitors.

A Ryan Tye double, an own goal and a Sam Brighton strike gave Woodley Wanderers Reserves a 4-3 success at Richfield Rovers, Craig Haylett, Craig Priest and Craig Taphouse netting for the home side.

In the Premier Division, Loxwood were 2-1 up against league leaders Southcote Colts when their clash was abandoned after 60 minutes.

Loxwood goalkeeper Kyle Lennon made some superb saves – including one from a penalty – and they went onto take a 20th-minute lead when Luke Parsons' free-kick was headed home by Jamie Turner.

Southcote levelled before the break, but Loxwood made a good start to the second half and edged into a 2-1 lead after 55 minutes when Tom McDermid flicked a header on for Mitch Dowson to finish off in style.

However, five minutes later a heavy challenge sparked some ugly scenes which led to the game being abandoned.

Fred Kirby got the only goal of the game as Rose & Thistle climbed to third in Division Two with a 1-0 success at GC United, while Kaine Decosta's effort for AFC Pangbourne proved futile as they lost 4-1 to Caversham United.

Junction United remain top of Division Three after they crushed rock bottom 116 Exiles Reserves 7-0, but second-placed Bucklebury kept the pressure on with an 8-0 hiding of Reading FC Community Trust.

Jake Allan and Jake Roston both bagged braces and Jesse Bowers, Dan Jones, Kean Greening and Jimmy Muss also put their names on the scoresheet.

A Stuart Niker brace and goals from Jack Radcliffe and Matthew Lee proved enough for Borussia Teeth to triumph 4-3 at Wayback Wanderers, Nyron Connor, Charley Lawson and and Nathan Fisher scoring for the hosts.

Kapllan Sefullaj scored twice and Kurt Sehu also hit the target as FC Berkshire Dons overcame Calcot Royals 3-1, Marc Langham with the consolation.

Tom Brownlow, Andy Taylor and Daniel Wallace were among the Goring United goalscorers as they took over at the top of Division Four with a 4-1 success at Shinfield Rangers.

Substitute Harry Adams was the Shinfield goalscorer.

A stunning Zac Watson hat-trick and a Ciaran Carolan strike inspired Zone RG to a 4-0 win at FC Whitley Wood.

Goals from Benjamin Sims, Will Frank and Luke Flockton fired Barton Rovers into the last eight of the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup with a 3-1 home win against Englefield, Sam Bernard with the consolation.

Emmer Green are also through after Real Saracens conceded their game.

In the Junior Trophy, Calcot Club were eliminated 6-2 at Diamond.

Callum Anderton, Daniel Ward, James Gourlay and Sam Raines were all on target for Burghfield Reserves as they beat Woodley Saints Hobnob 4-1 in the Industrial Cup.

Markland Tidswell netted for the visitors, while Adam Toft's effort was enough to help Park Villa see off AFC Lowfield Green 1-0.

Luca Albanese, Jordan Goddard and Marcus Guest all scored for Southcote Colts Reserves as they knocked out Arborfield 3-2, with Emmer Green Reserves progressing following a 5-0 cruise at Wokingham & Emmbrook.

A Mitchell Rooke double and goals from Dean Jordan and Craig Leech fired Mortimer past Earley Elite 4-1.

READING City will return to Hellenic League Premier Division action when they host table-topping Westfields on Saturday (3pm), before Holmer Green visit The Rivermoor Stadium on Monday (7.45pm).

The Citizens had their game at Bishop's Cleeve postponed due to a waterlogged pitch last Saturday.

In Division One East, AFC Aldermaston's home game with Marlow United was another victim of the weather.

The Atom Men are due to visit Didcot Town Development on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Second-bottom Woodley United visit Holyport this Saturday (3pm).

WOODLEY United ladies put in an excellent second-half display as they eased to a 6-1 home Southern Region Premier Division success against Warsash Wasps.

The visitors went in front against the run of play when Danielle Cheyney struck, but Mollie Haines finished to ensure the two sides went in level at the break.

And the Kestrels then turned on the style, Rosie Paige-Smith bagging a brace and Freya Jenkins, Rebecca Gooch and Ellen Surtees also getting on the scoresheet to complete what was ultimately an easy win.