SAM Guze bagged a second-half brace to fire Woodley United Royals to a 2-0 victory against Wokingham & Emmbrook Reserves in the Premier Division, writes Richard Ashton.

Reading YMCA moved back to the top of the table and extended their perfect record to six wins from six, Ashley Searle getting the goal in a hard-fought 1-0 success at Westwood United.

Jake Dillon and Jake Tucker put second-placed Woodcote Stoke Row 2-0 up against Newbury, but two goals in the final 20 minutes earned the visitors a point in a 2-2 draw.

Surdariu Catalin and Liam Bushay both netted four times as Marlow United recorded a remarkable 14-0 victory at home to Taplow United.

Qwamani Thomas helped himself to a hat-trick, Ollie Flint grabbed two and the scoring was rounded off by substitute Andrew Nicol.

Courtney Lawrence netted twice for Highmoor Ibis United, but they were beaten 3-2 at home by Cookham Dean.

A James Croft strike earned Mortimer a 1-1 draw at Wraysbury Village, while Wright & Unity Sports eased past second-bottom Berks County 3-0.

In Division One, leaders Burghfield FC dropped their first points of the season as they were held to a 0-0 draw at Cookham Dean Reserves.

Shaun Bannon, Oliver Bridges and Ryan Pownall – playing his first game for five years – were all on target as Hurst picked up their first win of the season with a 3-1 home victory against Frilsham & Yattendon, while Robert Tudor-Williams and Jason Baverstock both netted in Finchampstead’s 2-0 success at Westwood United Reserves.

Wes Sutherland earned Maidenhead Magpies a point in their 1-1 draw at Rotherfield United, and Kamran Khan was FC Imaan’s goalscorer as they drew 1-1 with Eldon Celtic.

FC Woodley stayed top of Division Two, earning a 2-1 victory at Hurst Reserves despite Noah Hodge hitting the target for the home side.

Steffan Allen grabbed a double and Harmit Riyat was also on the scoresheet as Mortimer Reserves won 3-1 at Harchester Hawks, while Bartosz Rochatka scored a brilliant hat-trick and Bartosz Pachulski added the other in White Eagles’ 4-2 home win against Marlow United Reserves.

Robert Teagle and Matthew Foreman both bagged braces in Brimpton Athletic’s 6-2 triumph at AFC Corinthians – Callum Cunningham and Joe Tallentine also on target – and South Reading annihilated Berks County Reserves 8-0.

Division Three leaders Goring United made it three wins from three with their 4-1 home victory against Woodley United A.

Alex Fletcher, Colin Williams and substitutes Simon Brown and Ben Fuller were on target for the hosts, with Shamen Goswell knocking in the consolation.

A Jonathon Palmer Smith double and Aaron Holland strike gave Maidenhead Town Reserves a 3-2 home success against Henley Town Reserves.

In Division Four, Darren Justice and Luke Molloy both scored twice as Taplow United A obliterated Harchester Hawks Development 8-0. Bhurinder Bhangoo, Michael Fountain, Liam Hancox and replacement Shane Bowden completed the rout.

Jonathan Nicholas scored four times for Goring United Reserves, but his side were still only able to take a solitary point from a staggering 5-5 draw at Maidenhead Town A.

Substitute Jonathan Day rescued the encounter for the visitors with an 80th-minute equaliser, with Conor Tierney grabbing a fine hat-trick and Tom Osborne and Kieran North having earlier put Maids 5-4 in front. James Andrews netted for Berks County Rovers, but they were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Woodley United B.

George Balaam scored an injury-time equaliser as Reading YMCA Rapids drew 3-3 at Abingdon United Reserves in the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup, and they went on to progress 5-4 on penalties. Ryan North and Andrew Mills had both netted earlier in the game for the visitors.

Highmoor Ibis Athletic were dumped out of the Junior Cup following a 5-0 defeat at Chalvey Sports A, but Wargrave progressed with a 4-0 success against Braybrooke.

Taplow United Reserves were eliminated after a 6-0 defeat at Mercian United, AFC Corinthians A were hammered 8-0 by Cholsey United and Twyford & Ruscombe fell to a 2-1 loss at Eton Wick Reserves.