JAMES Worsfold celebrated becoming a father for the first time with a brace as Premier Division leaders Woodcote Stoke Row won a high-scoring shoot-out 7-4 at Berks County, writes Richard Ashton.

Mike Davies also grabbed a hat-trick while Johnny Adey – recently recruited from Reading YMCA – and Jake Dillon completed the scoring for the away side, while Ashley Balfour bagged a brace for County, their other goals coming from Alex Hills and Andy Parslow.

A Scott Jackson treble and goals from Josh Waldron and Jack Woodbridge guided Cookham Dean to an easy 5-0 home win against Wokingham & Emmbrook Reserves, while Oliver Eaves and Jordan Jawandha netted for Taplow United in their 3-2 defeat to Newbury.

An Alan McKie effort inspired Marlow United to a 1-0 success at Highmoor Ibis United in the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy, with Reading YMCA also advancing following a 6-5 penalty shoot-out success against AFC Aldermaston. The sides drew 0-0 before the tie went to spot-kicks.

Westwood United were eliminated 4-3 on penalties after drawing 1-1 with Aston Clinton, Wright & Unity Sports exited the competition following a 4-3 defeat at Singh Sabha Slough and Wraysbury Village were knocked out 3-2 by Langley.

In the Junior Cup, Liam Lewendon, Ricky Latham and Lyndon Vandenberg did the damage for South Reading as they beat Cintra Park Rovers 3-0, and Harchester Hawks Development advanced after Newbury Reserves conceded their tie.

Tom Bray and Stuart Moss both scored twice for Wargrave as they battered Chalvey Sports A 6-0, with Bradley Reaiche and an own goal rounding off a one-sided rout.

Goals from Jesse Ryan, Peter Jones, Paul Novell, Steve Smith and replacement Asher Price took Hurst A into the third round with a 5-3 home success against Slough Heating Laurencians Reserves.

Matthew Shave and Christopher Tierney netted for Maidenhead Town Reserves as they edged out Woodley United A 2-1, while Richings Park put Berks County Rovers to the sword in an 8-2 demolition.

In the Maidenhead Norfolkians Senior Cup, Mortimer produced a big shock by beating Hellenic League Wokingham & Emmbrook 5-1. Paul Taplin and James Croft both grabbed doubles, with James Bozarth also on the scoresheet for the home side.

Ryan Corbett scored for Woodcote Stoke Row Reserves, but they lost 3-1 at home to Reading YMCA Rapids in the Berkshire Trophy Centre Intermediate Cup.

James Gregory, Harry Levey, Markos Stratford, Drew Brooks, Devon Elkins and Vakatuna Hepute were among the goalscorers as Braybrooke overcame FC Woodley 7-2, while Jacek Bojda, Bartosz Pachulski and Lukasz Hryniewicz netted in White Eagles’ 3-1 success at AFC Corinthians.

Maidenhead Magpies moved top of Division One with a 6-1 thrashing of Hurst, while former table-toppers Burghfield were held to a 3-3 draw at Eldon Celtic. Chris Smalley, Rhys Iremonger and Richard Dance were the goalscorers for the visitors.

A Nick Payne double and goals from Kieran Robinson and Jason Baverstock guided Finchampstead to a convincing 4-0 victory at home to Frilsham & Yattendon. Isaac Sedu scored twice as FC Imaan Lions overcame Rotherfield United 2-1, and James Barnard’s goal earned Cookham Dean Reserves a point from their 1-1 draw at Westwood United Reserves.

Substitute Connor Lovell bagged a brace as Brimpton Athletic battered Hurst Reserves 6-0 in Division Two, Callum Cunningham, Robert Teagle, Stewart Cullen and Mark Copper getting the other goals.

Callun Nicholas Theo, Ashley Harry and Charles Draper were the Marlow United Reserves’ heroes in their 3-1 victory at Harchester Hawks, while an Andrew Johnstone-Archer treble, two goals from Stefan Allen and a Martyn Thomas effort ensured Mortimer Reserves thumped Berks County Reserves 6-2.

Taplow United A moved top of Division Four after beating former leaders Goring United Reserves 4-1.

Dale Bowden, Chris O’Donnell, Darren Justice and Benjamin Ballard were the Taplow goalscorers, helping overcome an early Mark Pearson effort for the home side.

Albert Dziegiel and Sebastian Urbanski got on the scoresheet for White Eagles Reserves, but they were held to a 2-2 draw at AFC Corinthians A, while Woodley United B eased past Farnham Royal Mavericks 4-0.