LOXWOOD came from 3-0 down to snatch a stunning 4-3 win at Southbank in Division Two of the Reading & District Sunday League, writes Richard Ashton.

Having gone 3-0 down inside 15 minutes, Callum Finlay pulled a goal back before man of the match Kieran Giles hit the post, but found the net soon after.

Mike Flatman levelled on 50 minutes and Steve Barter rattled the crossbar for Loxwood before Dan Pringle nodded home from close range late on.

Leaders Coley Park won 5-1 at Wokingham & Emmbrook, Berkshire Rovers edged out Forest F.C. 3-2, and Maiden Place overcame 116 Exiles Reserves 4-1.

Reading Irish leapfrogged Dee Road Rangers at the top of the Senior Division following a 3-1 win. Emmer Green thrashed Richfield Rovers 8-0, Woodley Wanderers drew 3-3 with Purley and Kidmore End/The Mod won 1-0 at The Tilehurst Club.

A Danny Nicholson hat-trick and Jack Amiry and Ryan Brown strikes helped Tilehurst YM shock Premier Division leaders Eldon Celtic 5-1. Young Men 'keeper James Morris saved two penalties.

A Kevin Finlay equaliser earned Woodley United a 1-1 draw at Le Galaxy, and Mortimer beat Southcote Colts A 4-3.

In Division One, The Bull and Imaan FC smashed Caversham AFC and Burghfield 4-0 respectively.

Southcote Colts smashed Tilehurst Titans 7-0 in Division Three, while in Division Four, Tilehurst Club A won a thriller 4-3 at Borussia Teeth, New England beat Burghfield Reserves 3-2, The Bugle overcame Fox & Hounds 3-1 and Sanctuary Strikers downed Caversham United 5-3.

A Sam Wild double and an Ollie Thornton strike helped Twyford Comets knock South Reading out of the John Lusted Cup 3-1.

Other Results:

John Lusted Cup: Calcot Royals 0-3 Six Bells; Delta Vigo 4-2 Shinfield Rangers; Shinfield Park Rangers 1-1 AFC Lowfield Green (5-3 on penalties); Theale 3-0 Loddon Valley Rangers; Thames Athletic 7-0 Mortimer Reserves; FC Showcase 3-2 Barton Rovers.

Industrial Cup: Henley Town 3-1 AFC Burghfield Reserves; Reading United 1-4 Tilehurst Club Reserves; WS Hobnob 2-1 AFC Bradfield; Woodley Wanderers Reserves 7-2 Pangbourne & Basildon Barbarians; Park Villa 1-1 Brimpton Rangers (4-5 on penalties); Sportsman 4-2 Arborfield.