A RICHARD Bennett double and goals from Sam Goldberg, Craig Bowman and Ricky Pelham helped Senior Division table-toppers Woodley Wanderers to a convincing 5-0 victory at AFC Bradfield, writes Richard Ashton.

Second-placed Emmer Green remain level on points after 116 Exiles conceded their game.

Harvey Beales bagged a brace and Charlie Molyneux, James McClellan, Rhys Iremonger and Harry Jones were also on target as Burghfield thrashed Richfield Rovers 6-0.

In Division One, table-topping Maiden Place made it six wins from six with a 3-1 triumph at Englefield.

George Hepburn, Mikey Jones and substitute Stuart Moss were the visitors' goalscorers, with Matt Holloway on target for Englefield.

Goals from Dan Pringle and Jamie Turner guided Loxwood to a 2-1 home success against Henley Town, Charlie York replying.

Division Two leaders AFC Lowfield Green squeezed past Tilehurst Club despite Josh Blackwood netting for the visitors.

Murray Dick smashed in a brilliant treble as second-placed GC United crushed AFC Pangbourne 6-1, Matt Godwin with a brace and Jake Brown the other for United.

Daniel Waite scored the consolation.

Carl Allen struck for Burghfield Reserves, but they went down 5-1 at Earley Elite.

Junction United stayed top of Division Three after Borussia Teeth conceded their game.

Berkshire Dons FC remain hot on their heels, however, after braces from Sergio Popescu and Bajram Doda helped them edge out Reading FC Community Trust 4-3 in a seven-goal thriller.

Marcus Richardson and Daniel Walker were among the visitors' goalscorers.

A Nathan Fisher double and goals from Darius-Kwasi Boahene and Nyron Connor guided Wayback Wanderers to a 4-1 win at 116 Exiles Reserves, Craig Antcliffe with the consolation.

Substitute Bradley Smith netted twice and Shane Langham, Mickey Marshall, Jordan Fox, Thomas Parnell and Jack Whiting were also on the scoresheet as Calcot Royals devoured New England 7-2.

Cary Grant scored four and Jamie Bunting bagged a brace as Division Four table-toppers South Reading Reserves extended their 100 per cent record to seven matches with a 6-2 drubbing of Reading West, for whom Stephen Turay scored.

A Brandon Lees double and goals from Daniel Pulham and Daniel Lucas fired Thames Valley Railway past FC Whitley Wood 4-0, while Zone RG trumped Royal Albion 3-2 on the back of goals from Zac Watson, Ciaran Carolan and Tsakani Chauke.

A Sam Wild hat-trick inspired Twyford Comets to a 4-2 victory at Tilehurst YM in the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup.

Ross Gordon also netted for the visitors, with Andrew Campbell and Sam Fisher on target for the Young Men.

Dean Jordan scored a wonderful hat-trick and Mitchell Rooke bagged a brace to guide Mortimer to a 5-2 Junior Cup home win against Woodley Wanderers Reserves.

Owen Davies and Sam Brighton scored for the visitors.

A Jake Collins double and goals from Luca Albanese, Tom Clark and Marcus Guest helped Southcote Colts Reserves edge a nine-goal thriller 5-4 at home to Caversham United.

Iain Graham, Conner Sturgess, Jack Tapscott and George Oxley were on target for Caversham.

Arborfield knocked out AFC Dukes 5-4 on penalties after the two sides had drawn 3-3, while Wokingham & Emmbrook progressed on the back of a 2-1 triumph at Swans.

Park Villa smashed Brimpton Rangers 5-0 thanks to a Kingsley Goodridge treble and goals from Alfie Eaton and Adam Toft.

Callum Davies scored for Rose & Thistle, but they exited 2-1 at Braybrooke Athletic, while Woodley Saints Kites smashed Emmer Green Reserves 6-1.

Substitute Tristan Bentley grabbed a hat-trick and Shane Cooper-Clark and Gino Izzo both netted twice as Whitley Athletic obliterated The Taste of England 9-0.

Scott Rogers and Matthew Strange were the other goalscorers.

A Toby Humphreys double and a Jake Roston strike helped Bucklebury FC overcome Goring United 3-2 in the John Lusted Cup.

Tom Archibold and Oli Rayner were on target for the away side.

Shinfield Rangers progressed with a 5-4 penalty shoot-out triumph after they had drawn 2-2 with Calcot FC.

Harry Adams and Jack McLaren hit the back of the net for Shinfield.