DAN Donegan slammed home a brilliant hat-trick as Senior Division title favourites Emmer Green made it nine wins from nine with a 6-0 destruction of Burghfield, writes Richard Ashton.

Jordan Lovelock, Ashley Searle and Luke Donegan were also on the scoresheet as the table-toppers cruised to another victory.

Owen Davies bagged a brace and James Cuthbert, Ryan Tye and Josh Stemp were also on target as Woodley Wanderers Reserves brushed aside basement side 116 Exiles 5-2, while Luke Titcombe, Andrew Sharp and Ben Arrowsmith struck for AFC Bradfield in their 3-1 triumph against Tilehurst YM.

Josh Baptiste score the Young Men's consolation.

Premier Division trailblazers Maiden Place eased past Coley Park 6-3 on the back of doubles from Mikey Jones and Clifford Haylett, along with strikes from Callum Alliston and George Hepburn.

A Jamie Clark brace and goals from James Coker and Charlie Cooke fired Englefield to a 4-0 win against Caversham AFC, while Charlie Douglas, George Carder and Jack Earl were the Henley Town goalscorers in their 3-3 draw at Barton Rovers.

Patrick Gardner and Jamie Broadley both struck hat-tricks as Division One leaders Shinfield Park United thumped Whitley Athletic 8-1.

Jordan Sawyer chipped in with the other two for the hosts, while Tristan Bentley grabbed Whitley's consolation.

A Kingsley Goodridge double and an Adam Toft effort helped second-placed Park Villa remain just two points off top spot after they won 3-1 at Arborfield.

In Division Two, AFC Lowfield Green remain 12 points clear at the summit – albeit having played four games more than second-placed Rose & Thistle – following a comprehensive 8-1 rout of Burghfield Reserves.

Lemar Maycock led the way with a hat-trick, while Jamie Rapley scored twice. The other goals came from John Lupai, Kieran Chard and DeShawn Whittaker, Oliver Brown netting for the home side.

Haydn Brown and Kaine Decosta got the goals as AFC Pangbourne edged out Earley Elite 2-1.

A Matthew Wilkins double and a goal from Davelinio Markus earned Tilehurst Club a 3-3 draw at home to GC United, Reece Brown with two and Ollie Jones the other for the away side.

Junction United led FC Berkshire Dons 1-0 before their Division Three top-of-the-table clash was abandoned.

Jesse Bowers scored four times to keep Bucklebury well and truly in the title hunt with a 10-2 drubbing of 116 Exiles.

Luke Gray also bagged a brace with Ryan Allan, Dan Jones and Ian Petch also hitting the target for the third-placed side, who are six points adrift of Junction United but with two games in hand.

Luke David and Josh Orwin were the Exiles' goalscorers.

A Mihai Anghel double and a Jack Moody strike gave New England a 3-1 victory at home to Sanctuary Strikers, Aaron Perrin with the reply.

Division Four leaders Goring United put Thames Valley Railway to the sword 6-0, Dan Wallace with a hat-trick and Matt Hayden, George Scoffham and substitute James Mugford completing the rout.

Jack Gascoine and Jack Mclaren both scored twice as Shinfield Rangers thrashed Calcot Club 7-2, Shane Marsh, Oli Sankey and Michael Sheridan also on target.

Daniel Priest helped himself to two goals and George Grant and Harry Roper also hit the back of the net as Tilehurst Titans eased past FC Whitley Wood 4-0, while a Bobby Rees effort gave Royal Albion a 1-0 triumph against Reading West.

Goals from Craig Leech and Michael Swift gave Mortimer a 2-0 victory against Southcote Colts Reserves and a place in the last four of the Berks & Bucks Junior Cup.

Woodley Saints Hobnob reached the semi-finals of the Junior Trophy with a dramatic 5-4 penalty shoot-out success at Reading FC Community Trust, the two sides having earlier drawn 1-1.

Will Hambridge netted for Wayback Wanderers, but they suffered spot-kick heartbreak after being knocked out 8-7 by Pioneer following a 1-1 draw.