IN the only Premier Division fixture played last weekend, FC Meta missed the opportunity to move up to third in the table after they were held 1-1 at Bracknell Cavaliers, writes Nick Carpenter.

Meta stay in fourth place and level on points with Finchampstead Athletic.

There were no league games played at all in Division One, with Finchampstead Athletic Reserves being awarded a home walk-over against Hurricanes and Binfield Royals the same against Ashridge Park.

There are new leaders in Division Two after Woodley United were handed a walk-over against Newbold College to move two points clear of Warfield United.

The only game played in the division saw Ashridge Park Royals romp to a 7-2 home victory over Bracknell Athletic.

Ewan Gander led the way for Ashridge Park with an excellent hat-trick, while strikes from Armen Kulkhanjian, Mat Cowley and Ethan Gander plus an own goal completed the scoring.

Woodley Saints could have gone top of Division Three for Christmas, but missed the opportunity as they slipped to a 2-1 defeat at Winnersh Rangers.

Dan Ellis and Oliver Wheeler fired in the goals for Rangers.

Saints have a game in hand but remain a point behind WAB Reserves who were not in action.

Bracknell Corinthians remain third in the standings thanks to a narrow 2-1 win at Bracknell Falcons, while Silver Birch won 2-0 at home to fourth-placed Bearwood Wanderers.

Silver Birch A held on to top stop in Division Four despite a 2-1 defeat at Crownwood Dukes.

Bracknell Royals could have closed the gap in the title race but remain four points behind in second as they also slipped up, losing 4-2 at FC Harmanswater.

Goals from Simon Howkins, Sean Randall, Jack Buckland-Roll and Leon Mennone did the damage for Harmanswater.

Player manager Robbie Lemon grabbed a hat-trick to help Bracknell Titans pick up just their second win of the season, beating Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves 4-2.

Ricky Davies notched Titans’ other goal while Max Abraham and Archie Ferries replied for Cavs.

A brace each for Finchampstead Athletic Sunday A duo Gary Delaney and Sam Hunt helped them win 4-2 at Whitegrove Pythons. Sam Holloway grabbed both of Pythons’ goals.

In the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup, Finchampstead lost 4-1 at home to Purley, but FC Fernhill are in the hat for the next round as they romped to a 4-0 win at home to Cottage Inn.

In the Junior Cup, Loveman United beat fellow BTDSFL side Warfield United 4-1.