ALEX Mack scored four times as Ascot United Under 13 Youth beat Esher Wizards 6-3, writes Richard Ashton.

Oscar Pritchard and Max Westbury were the other two goalscorers.

The U13 Saints were put to the sword 14-0 by Woodley Wanderers, the U13 Royals were edged out 1-0 by Hampton and Richmond Borough and the U13 Aces drew 4-4 with FC Bracknell Colts.

The U18 Yankees powered to a victory against Staines Llamas Youth Blues U17s 5-2, while Sam Stanley and Cam Tait were the goalscorers as the U18 Aces squeezed past Teddington Athletic 2-1.

Charlie Skinner netted the consolation as the U18 Royals lost 5-1 to Crookham Rovers Warriors.

The U16 Youth fell to an 8-0 reverse against Esher Wizards, but a four-timer for Franz Meyer and further goals from Jake McKnight and Finn Cox-Harrison gave the U16 Royals a 6-0 victory against AFC Charvil.

A Tom Handley strike gave the U16 Aces a 1-1 draw against Woodley United., but Amy Cogdon’s effort was not enough to prevent the U16 Diamonds losing 3-1 to Colne Valley.

Gabriel George bagged a brace and Aidan Holland was also on target as the U15 Youth beat Sheen Lions 3-0, while both Cary Lowrie-Williamson and Alex Eaton secured doubles in a 5-3 victory for Ascot United U15 Racing against Yateley United Kingfishers. Rhys Hughes knocked in the other.

An own goal and a Cade Munden effort were not enough for the U15 Eagles, who lost 4-2 to Teddington Athletic Tigers.

Ashton Prescott, Josh Smith and Jack Arden did the damage for the U14 Youth, 3-0 winners against Marlow Royals, while the U14 Hornets beat FC Bracknell Youth 6-4.

The U12 Chargers downed Hearts of Teddlothian Tigers 6-3, while Harry Bagguley scored a consolation in a 5-1 defeat for the U12 Raiders against Windsor Youth Eagles Jaguars.

l WOKINGHAM & Emmbrook Under 18s overcame AFC Henley 2-1 in a hard-fought encounter.

Sumas started brightly and went ahead early when Rhys Williams’ in-swinging corner was prodded home by man-of-the-match Sam Martin.

Williams was again the provider on 25 minutes when his corner was met by Martin, who powered home his header for 2-0.

The Sumas did not start as well in the second half and Henley got back into the game on the hour from a free-kick.

Despite creating several chances the Sumas did not add to their lead and ran out 2-1 winners.