Shane Cooper-Clark broke the deadlock in the 21st minute when he finished from Liam Alleyne’s cross.

Sam Whiting doubled the advantage shortly after half-time from a free-kick and only some excellent saves from Abingdon keeper Jake Butler prevented a more one-sided scoreline.

The Robins were due to face Reading YMCA in the Reading Senior Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday evening.

Binfield recorded their biggest league win of the season as they thrashed Cheltenham Saracens 8-1 at Hill Farm Lane.

Brad Brown bagged a hat-trick on his first start for the Moles and Jemel Johnson netted two goals in as many minutes as the visitors were put to the sword.

There were also goals for Seb Bowerman, Josh Howell and Callum Whitty.

Ascot United kept their title hopes alive with a 2-0 victory over Highworth Town.

Rob Saunders gave the Yellamen the lead from the penalty spot after Leon Yarnie was fouled and Ian Brooks sealed the win late on in the second half.

Wokingham & Emmbrook did the double over Woodley Town after beating them 3-1 at Lowther Road in front of the biggest crowd of the day in the Hellenic League.

Elliott Rushforth, Jake Butler and Clifford Haylett got the goals for Sumas in a Division One East clash watched by 125 fans.

Woodley’s effort was scored by Oli Bridges in the 40th minute.

Finchampstead won their first league game of 2014 as they beat Rayners Lane 2-0 away from home.

Greg Alexander gave Finch the lead in the second minute and Richard Kell doubled the advantage on the stroke of half-time to seal the win.

Eversley & California slipped down to fourth in Combined Counties Division One after losing 5-2 at Knaphill.

Sandhurst Town were dumped out of the Combined Counties Division One Challenge Cup following a 2-1 loss at Farleigh Rovers.