LEON Mannion scored five times as FC Berkshire Dons moved level on points with Junction United at the top of Division Three following an 8-2 rout of Sanctuary Strikers, writes Richard Ashton.

Kapllan Sefullaj, Angjuel Doda and replacement Daniel Paladescu completed the scoring for the home side.

James Koroma, Thomas Parnell and Bradley Smith netted for Calcot Royals in their 3-0 success against 116 Exiles Reserves, while third-placed Wayback Wanderers beat Reading FC Community Trust by the same margin.

In the Senior Division, second-placed Woodley Wanderers lost further ground on title favourites Emmer Green as they were held to a 2-2 draw at Richfield Rovers, Matt Williamson with both the goals for the visitors.

George Hepburn got the only goal of the game as Premier Division table-toppers Maiden Place edged out Englefield 1-0, James Bozarth receiving his marching orders for the away side, while Coley Park cruised past rock bottom Caversham AFC 3-0.

Wokingham & Emmbrook climbed to second in Division One after annihilating rock bottom Southbank 9-0, while leaders Shinfield Park United collected three points after lowly Brimpton Rangers conceded their fixture.

Luca Albanese, Tom Clark, Marcus Guest and Jordan Goddard all hit the back of the net for Southcote Colts Reserves in their comfortable 4-1 victory at Park Villa, Jack Thomas with the consolation for the home side.

Matthew Strange and Brett House were on target for Whitley Athletic in their 2-2 draw with Woodley Saints Hobnob.

In Division Two, second-placed Rose & Thistle could only draw 2-2 at Mortimer despite goals from Aaron Attfield and substitute Ben Sheppard, Stefan Allen and Jason White on target for the home side.

Charlie Cooper, Archie Denton and Luke Potter were all on the scoresheet for Emmer Green Reserves as they moved up to third on the back of a 4-1 cruise against Tilehurst Club, Davelino Markus netting for the beaten side.

Lewis Rockall, Sam Mallows and Matthew Sandland all scored for Earley Elite as they defeated AFC Pangbourne, Declan Jacob and Kaine Decosta notching for the visitors.

Iain Graham bagged a brace and Joseph Hales also hit the back of the net for Caversham United in their 3-2 home success against Burghfield Reserves, Kieran Smith replying with a double.

Cary Grant smashed in another hat-trick and took his seasonal goals tally to 29 as second-placed South Reading Reserves remained unbeaten in Division Four courtesy of a 4-0 triumph at Tilehurst Titans.

Luke Slade was the other goalscorer for South Reading.

Brandon Lees scored twice and Ryan Pulham also netted for Thames Valley Railway in their 4-2 win at Calcot Club, Dale Levey with a brace for the hosts.

Four goals from David Frimpong, a super Stephen Turay hat-trick and a Nyaninka Saidykhan strike inspired Reading West to a clinical 8-3 battering of Shinfield Rangers, Matt Day, John Smiddy and Ben Tait on target for the hosts.

Nico Cheeseman, Daniel York and replacement Dan Chalfont were all on target as Henley Town reached the final of the Oxfordshire FA Sam Waters Cup with a 3-2 victory at Catherine Wheel.

The Red Kites will take on Barton United for the silverware.