EMMER Green reached the final of the Tilehurst Charity Cup with a dramatic 5-4 penalty shoot-out at Tilehurst YM, the two sides having earlier drawn 1-1, writes Richard Ashton.

Jordan Lovelock was the Emmer Green goalscorer, with Danny Nicholson replying for the Young Men.

Jon Bell and Mo Davies both bagged braces as second-placed Woodley Wanderers defeated their Reserves 4-2, Owen Davies and Dom Woodruff on target for the beaten side.

Richfield Rovers brushed aside AFC Bradfield 4-0, while Coley Park edged out Southcote Colts 1-0.

Hugh Barklem and Dan Sykes got the goals for Henley Town as they won 2-0 at Caversham AFC.

Shane Cooper-Clark smashed in a brilliant hat-trick for Whitley Athletic as they won 6-2 at Brimpton Rangers in Division One.

Matt Strange also bagged a brace, with the other goal coming from Gino Izzo.

Harry Light was on target for Woodley Saints Hobnob as they drew 2-2 with Arborfield, while Southbank collected three points after Southcote Colts Reserves conceded their fixture.

A Lewis Butcher double and an Alcides Madaleno effort helped Mortimer beat Rose & Thistle 3-1 in Division Two, Aaron Attfield on target for the home side.

Joseph Hales and Bradley Pembroke netted for Caversham United as they won 2-1 at Earley Elite, while Burghfield Reserves defeated GC United 2-0 thanks to goals from Oliver Brown and James Gourlay.

Division Three table-toppers Junction United cruised past Wayback Wanderers 4-1, Mohammed Butt with the consolation, while goals from Jordan Fox and Ashley Smith earned a 2-1 win for Calcot Royals at 116 Exiles Reserves.

Sam Webster was the Exiles' goalscorer.

Alex Fragata and Kean Greening were both at the double as Bucklebury crushed Sanctuary Strikers 6-1, Toby Humphreys and Ryan Allen also finding the back of the net for the home side.

South Reading Reserves moved top of Division Four with a 6-0 trouncing of Shinfield Rangers, Liam Goddard grabbing a hat-trick, Cary Grant a brace and Scott Rogers the other.

Nathan Bailey scored for Tilehurst Titans in their 1-1 draw with Thames Valley Railway, Daniel Lucas on target for the visitors.

A 90th-minute winner from replacement James Totton earned Royal Albion a 3-2 success at Reading West.

Shai Bartenbach and Kieran Absolom were also on target for the away side, with Andrew Wafula and Bradley Ayisi on the scoresheet for West.