Robins made short work of their hosts and it was 3-0 at half-time courtesy of a Shane Cooper-Clark brace and one from Dan Broadbear.

Substitute Garry Sargeant fired home a second-half hat-trick and Ebby Opoku-Ware marked his second appearance with a brace of well taken strikes while Ben Knight also got on the scoresheet.

The Robins will play Reading Senior League leaders Reading YMCA in the quarter-finals.

Three second-half goals ensured Wokingham & Emmbrook also secured their place in the quarter-finals as they beat Wycombe and District League Senior outfit Stokenchurch 3-0 at Lowther Road.

Jake Butler opened the scoring after 57 minutes and eight minutes later Nick Bateman picked his spot from ten yards out to double their lead.

Captain Billy Elgar rounded off the scoring with a fine solo effort six minutes from time.

Finchampstead are also through to the last eight thanks to a 4-0 win over Frilsham & Yattendon.

Kylo Atkinson, Sean Cahill, Adam Barnard and Jamekal Henderson were all on target for Finch.

Ascot United fought back from 2-0 down against Newbury to win 4-2 and extend their unbeaten run in the Hellenic Premier Division.

Bradley Shaw gave Newbury a two-goal cushion but four goals in the last half hour completed an unlikely turnaround for the Yellamen. However, Leon Yarnie missed a penalty to get Ascot going and it was left to Alex Rodriguez to volley home and begin the comeback.

Matt Jones pulled the scores level before going off injured. Newbury then had a man sent off and Ascot capitalised on the extra man to score twice more.

Jones’ replacement Ian Brooks netted from the penalty spot and Andrew Dean broke through in the 87th minute. Tom Hopper’s first Binfield goal set the Moles on their way to a 3-0 win at Abingdon United.

Jemel Johnson added a second midway through the first half and then scored his sixth goal in four matches early in the second half to help his side earn a fourth successive clean sheet.

Sandhurst Town went down 2-0 to struggling Cobham in Combined Counties Division One.

In a top-of-the-table clash, Staines Lammas got the better of Eversley & California, narrowly beating the Boars 2-1.

* FOR reaction, report and pictures from the weekend, see Thursday’s Bracknell News.