THERE were goals galore for the Bracknell sides on the opening day of the Hellenic League last Saturday with 30 goals scored in five matches.

Binfield led the way with a 7-0 hammering of Abingdon Town in the Premier Division.

Carl Davies was one of four players in the division to score a hat-trick while his new strike partner Adam Cornell came off the bench to score two excellent goals in the last 20 minutes. Youngster Seb Bowerman scored the first and last goals at Hill Farm Lane.

However, the Moles are only second in the table because Flackwell Heath beat Kidlington 9-0, with Binfield meeting Flackwell in the FA Cup on Friday.

Jermaine Roache netted a superb treble for Ascot United as they beat former Southern League side Abingdon United 5-0 away from home.

He was joined on the scoresheet by Rob Saunders, who scored from a 35-yard free kick and Dave Hoar's deflected effort.

Following close behind in the goals for tally were newly-promoted Bracknell Town, who produced an entertaining 4-1 win over Wootton Bassett.

Garry Sargeant scored the opener for the Robins on his debut, following his move from Binfield. Ben Knight doubled the lead and Sam Barratt scored the goal of the game with a nice lob to make it 3-0.

James Hawtree saved a Wootton Bassett penalty in the first half but the visitors eventually pulled a goal back after the break before Joel Davidson rounded off the scoring for Bracknell.

In Division One East, Wokingham & Emmbrook's first game in the division ended with a disappointing 6-0 defeat to Penn & Tylers Green.

There was better news for Finchampstead as they beat Didcot Town Reserves 6-2 thanks to goals from Nick Cooper, Richard Evans, Lewis Frostick (2) Steve Ryan and Harry Swabey.

In Combined Counties Division One, Sandhurst Town beat AFC Croydon Athletic 4-2 to make it four points from their opening three games.

Liam Painter's goal shortly before half time was enough to earn Eversley & California a 1-0 win over Worcester Park.

* For a round-up of all the weekend's action and previews to the FA Cup, pick up a copy of Thursday's Bracknell News.