SOUTH Reading Reserves went goal crazy as they battered Tilehurst Titans 17-1 in their Division Four encounter, writes Richard Ashton.

Liam Goddard and Cary Grant both scored four times, while Scott Rogers came off the bench to grab a hat-trick.

Lewis Bloom, Luke Slade, Michael Hunt, Adrian Reid, Jayden Lock and Jay Powell were among the other goalscorers, while Ryan Pike netted the consolation.

Table-toppers Goring United also hit double figures in a 12-0 demolition of FC Whitley Wood.

Dan Wallace, David Woodley and Andy Taylor all hit hat-tricks, with the other goals coming from Oliver Pluck, Dan Carter and George Scoffham.

Kieran Absolom bagged a brace and Jahmal Robinson and Callum Makepeace were also on target as Royal Albion eased past Thames Valley Railway 4-0.

Senior Division champions-elect made it 10 wins from 10 with a 6-1 thrashing of Woodley Wanderers Reserves, the goals coming from Kaser Chowdhary, Dan Donegan, Jordan Lovelock, Lorenzo Medford, Ashley Searle and Luke Donegan.

Jamie Connor was the Woodley goalscorer.

Masood Khoshan and Craig Haylett netted for Richfield Rovers in their 2-1 home success against 116 Exiles.

Jason Palmer, Stuart Moss and George Hepburn scored for Premier Division leaders Maiden Place in their 3-2 win against Barton Rovers, Riccardo Andrady and Bradley Stevens replying for the visitors.

A Jamie Clark hat-trick and a James Bozarth double helped Englefield blast Henley Town 5-2, Hugh Barklem and Harri Douglas netting for the Red Kites.

Patrick Gardner bagged a brace and Steven Downes and Jordan Sawyer were also on target as Division One leaders Shinfield Park United cruised past Woodley Saints Hobnob 4-1.

AFC Lowfield Green all but secured the Division Two championship with a 4-1 win against Emmer Green Reserves, Joseph Harvey with the consolation.

Tyson Dyer and Dean Jordan both scored twice as Mortimer crushed GC United 6-1, the other goals coming from Joe Webb and Jason White.

Alin Ifrim and Bajram Doda were on target for second-placed FC Berkshire Dons as they stayed level on points with Division Three table-toppers Junction United following a 3-0 triumph against Bucklebury.

United won by the same margin at Calcot Royals.

Jack Bowyer, Rhys Iremonger and substitute James McClellan got the goals for Burghfield as they reached the final of the Tilehurst Charity Cup following a 3-0 triumph against Southcote Colts at The Rivermoor Stadium.

They will play the winners of the second semi-final between Tilehurst YM and Emmer Green.