JAMES Willett bagged a brace and Ellis Willett was also on target as Finchampstead moved up to sixth in the Premier Division following their 3-1 home triumph against Woodcote, writes Richard Ashton.

Debutant Marlon Morales grabbed a consolation for the visitors after converting a cut-back from their side's best player, James Worsfold, but Woodcote ended the game with nine men following red cards for Tommy Chapman and Josh Millar.

Table-toppers Westwood Wanderers eased to a 4-1 victory against Windlesham United, Jay Hardwick netting for the visitors.

Berks County sit second following their 3-2 home win against Wraysbury Village, George Dewhurst and Darren Kuti on target for the visitors, with the latter later sent off.

Dominic Mckenzie got the only goal of the game as Burghfield edged out Richings Park 1-0while Casey Warwick got on the scoresheet for ever-improving Mortimer as they won 2-1 at Woodley United Royals.

Lamin Ceesay was the hosts' goalscorer.

Division One table-toppers Wargrave beat Eldon Celtic 2-0, while second-placed Slough Heating Laurencians drew 2-2 at Mortimer Reserves.

Rob East and Craig Haylett had put the hosts 2-0 up before half-time, but Simeon Mitchell-Gumbs and Ellis Fuller struck for Slough to rescue a point.

Darren Russell and Andy Taylor were on target for Woodcote Reserves as they won their bottom-of-the-table shoot-out with Westwood Wanderers Reserves 2-1.

Rotherfield United won 3-2 at FC Imaan Lions.

Ben Fuller, Matt Hayden, Josh Monk, George O'Brien and Matt Plozynski all scored for Division Three leaders Goring United as they thumped Mortimer Wanderers 6-0.

Kamil Zbroszczyk smashed in a brilliant hat-trick as White Eagles climbed to second in Division Four after a 6-2 cruise at home to AFC Corinthians.

Bartosz Rochatka, Tomasz Maciuk and Jacek Bojda also netted for the home side, with Matthew Jennings and Christiano Augusto on target for Corinthians.

Lewis Proctor, Tyrese Connor and Ciaran Crean netted for Farnham Royal Mavericks in their 3-2 home victory against Burghfield Reserves.

Dominic Lee and Simon Kemp got the goals for the visitors.

Cookham Dean Reserves crashed out of the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup after losing 2-1 to Stokenchurch.

In the Junior Cup, William Hambridge and Luke Pagan scored for Pangbourne, but they were knocked out 5-4 on penalties following a 2-2 draw with Hagbourne United Reserves.

Adam Parker bagged a brace as Twyford & Ruscombe eased past Hype Train 4-0 in their Reading Junior Cup clash, Freeman Mulipola also on target for the hosts.

Mitchell Burley was on target for Maidenhead Town, but they were knocked out of the Maidenhead Norfolkian Senior Cup following a 5-4 penalty shoot-out defeat at KS Gryf. The two sides had earlier played out a 1-1 draw.

A Chris Lemm double and a Charlie Cooke strike fired Reading YMCA past Taplow United in the Reserve Cup, while Maidenhead Town Reserves obliterated Slough Heating Reserves 8-0.

Jonathan Palmer-Smith grabbed a treble, Nathan Harrowell and Jack Kennedy braces and the scoring was completed by Daniel Aston.

Maidenhead Town A progressed with a 4-3 victory at Old Windsor Reserves.