LOXWOOD scored four times in a devastating 10-minute spell at the end of the game to beat 116 Exiles Reserves 7-3 in Division Two.

Two goals from Dan Pringle including a spectacular overhead kick and a close-range header from Jonny Austin had put Lox 3-0 up and in complete control at the break.

However, they handed Exiles a lifeline just 30 seconds into the second half when a poor back pass resulted in goalkeeper Tom McNelly giving away a penalty which was keenly despatched.

After Loxwood had missed several clear-cut chances, two goals in a minute put 116 Exiles back on level terms and it was only then that the visitors finally found their form in front of goal to put the game to bed.

Kieran Giles got his team back on track with a stunner from the edge of the box before Callum Finlay made it 5-3.

Man-of-the-match Pringle then completed his hat-trick for the sixth and Jamie Turner added a final gloss to the scoreline.

Table-toppers Sportsman routed Forest FC 11-0, Coley Park won 3-2 at Maiden Place, Park Villa thrashed Whitley Athletic 6-2 and Wokingham & Emmbrook drew 1-1 with Arborfield.

In the Senior Division, Kidmore End/The Mod edged out Polonia Reading 4-3 in a seven-goal thriller, while Eldon Celtic drew 0-0 with Richfield Rovers Reserves in the Premier Division.

Pangbourne & Basildon Barbarians continued their encouraging start to the Division One season with a 7-3 victory against Spencers Wood, while S.C. United recorded a first victory in five with a 5-2 success at home to Caversham AFC.

WS Hobnob edged out Burghfield 2-1, AFC Bradfield and Woodley Wanderers Reserves drew 4-4 and leaders Reading United were gifted a fifth win from five when Woolhampton CFC conceded their encounter.

Englefield made it three Division Three wins from three with a 4-0 victory at Toga Sports, while Twyford Comets are level on points at the top of the table following their 3-2 victory at AFC Lowfield Green.

Mortimer Reserves won 4-2 at Tilehurst Titans, Barton Rovers eased past Loddon Valley Rangers 3-0 and Delta Vigo overcame FC Showcase 4-2.

In Division Four, second-placed South Reading extended their perfect record to four matches with a 3-0 victory at Calcot Royals, although they stay a point behind Theale – who have played a game more – after the leaders squeezed past The Bugle 2-1.

Six Bells hammered Burghfield Reserves 6-1, Caversham United drew 2-2 with Tilehurst Club A, Shinfield Park United cruised to a 4-0 victory in their derby at Shinfield Rangers and Sanctuary Strikers picked up a maiden success with a 3-2 triumph at New England.

Woodley United were knocked out of the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup following a 6-2 defeat at an impressive Crowthorne Inn side.

United fell behind early on despite an excellent save by Woodley keeper Jon Norris, the rebound tapped in by Crows.

However, Woodley soon responded with two almost identical goals following good wing play from Rob Timbers and Jono Malone to assist Jack Shone for a brace of back post tap-ins from close range. Woodley led 2-1 at the break, but Crowthorne came on strong to score five second-half goals without reply.

Reading Irish obliterated Cold Ash 13-1, Purley hammered Ghana Stars 5-0, Woodley Wanderers edged past Le Galaxy 4-3 and Wokingham & Emmbrook progressed with a 2-1 success at Richfield Rovers.

Athletico Forest were knocked out 4-3 on penalties after they drew a cracker 4-4 at Finchampstead Athletic, while AFC Burghfield also needed spot-kicks to progress, getting past Spotted Dog 4-1 following a 3-3 draw Mortimer conceded their tie at The Tilehurst Club, with Inkpen Spartans doing the same against Tilehurst YM.

The Bull advanced in the Industrial Cup with a 3-1 home success against Imaan FC, and Brimpton Rangers are also through after their 5-4 penalty shoot-out win followed a 1-1 draw at Berkshire Athletic.