The Sumas’ excellent run of form has lifted them up to sixth in the table.

Luke Scope powerfully headed home shortly before the break to give the hosts the lead at half time.

Wokingham doubled their lead in the opening stages of the second half when Nick Bateman’s free-kick nestled into the bottom left-hand corner of the goal.

Shortly before the hour mark, though, the visitors pulled a goal back through Richard John.

Scope finally put the game to bed in the 90th minute when he was picked out by Josh Pearson and finished into the bottom corner.

Meanwhile, Ascot United’s 16-match unbeaten run was halted by Hellenic Premier Division title contenders Wantage Town on Saturday.

Playing against a strong wind, the hosts took the lead, but Ascot were back on level terms just 30 seconds later when Rob Saunders’ cross was bundled in by Joe Yeates.

Leon Yarnie missed a gilt-edged opportuniy for the Yellamen and, with a quarter of an hour to go, Wantage took a 2-1 lead from a free-kick on the right which was headed home.

Callum Whitty scored the winning goal from the penalty spot to earn Binfield a 1-0 win over Flackwell Heath.

Substitute Jemel Johnson was fouled in the area with 15 minutes to go and Whitty held his nerve to send Flackwell’s Rob Bullivant the wrong way and take all three points.

Bracknell Town were without a match at the weekend but resume their league camapign when they host Abingdon Town at Larges Lane on Saturday (3pm ko).

Sandhurst Town gave Combined Counties Division One leaders Spelthorne Sports a run for their money but were eventually beaten 3-2.

Kaye Conteh continued his recent good run of form with a powerful strike from the edge of the box on 30 minutes.

The Fizzers enjoyed good possession and a number of close chances while also riding their luck on a few occasions at the other end with keeper Bobby Khaira pulling off a couple of great saves.

The visitors slowly got themselves into the game and were finally rewarded with the equaliser on the stroke of half time.

Spelthorne took the lead in controversial circumstances on 60 minutes when Fizzers’ appeals for handball were turned down.

The Fizzers hit back and equalised on 70 minutes as Otis Taylor clinically converted from the spot.

However, they were only on level terms for five minutes before Spelthorne took a 3-2 lead and maximum points.

Elsewhere, Eversley & California drew 1-1 with AFC Croydon Athletic.