Neils Bergknutt and Dan Derbyshire both bagged braces and Johnny Woodley, Josh Andrews and Toby Holsgrove also got on the scoresheet as Ascot United Under 13 Royals battered Woodley Wanderers 7-0, but the U13 Aces slipped to a 5-1 defeat against Caversham Trent Golds.

A Charlie Skinner double helped the U18 Royals beat Frimley Green 2-0, but the U18 Aces and U18 Yankees lost 4-3 and 2-1 to Hampton & Richmond Borough and Burnham Juniors respectively.

Yuri Cardosa rounded off a brilliant team move as the U16 Royals drew 1-1 with Hearts of Teddlothian, but the U16 Aces went down 3-0 to FAB Academy.

Kye Watmore and Max Lundholm were on target for the U15 Eagles, but despite a man-of-the-match display from Johnny O’Hara, they were defeated 8-2 by NPL Youth Jets.

The U14 Youth reached the semi finals of the County Cup as an own goal and a James Tenniswood strike earned them a hard-fought 2-1 win against GPS UK.

The U14 Hornets proved far too strong for Bracknell Athletic Jaguars, leading 8-1 at half time before dishing out a 13-2 hiding despite goals from Ben Crick and Harvey Cecil for the away side.

Despite the result, man-of-the-match Edward Beamish-Pena gave an outstanding performance in goal for Jaguars, while Ben Coleman, Adam Shill, Michael Turner and Alistair Doyle all stepped up to play in different positions.

Ascot United U12 Chargers eased to a 2-0 victory against Hearts of Teddlothian Pumas.