FC FERNHILL continued their fine run of form with their ninth consecutive victory in all competitions as they demolished high-flying FC Meta 5-0 in the Premier Division, writes Nick Carpenter.

Meta stay in third, but fifth-placed Fernhill now have a superior goal difference to all the sides above them with games in hand.

Reigning champions Finchampstead remain second, but are now just a point off top following their 3-0 win at home to Bracknell Cavaliers, a Jamie Currie brace and a Byron Hobbs strike doing the damage.

In Division One, fourth-placed AFC Crowthorne went down 4-1 at home to Winkfield FC as Josh Tighe scored twice and Rob Dunbar and Nick Mullett also got on the scoresheet for Winks, Dean Sharp responding.

Finchampstead Reserves are now level on points with Crows after their 6-1 victory over Ashridge Park, while Hurricanes beat bottom side Sandhurst FFC 1-0.

The top three all won in Division Two as two goals from Matt Leigh, plus Owen Roberts and Nathan Bingham efforts, helped leaders Woodley United see off a spirited 3M side 4-2.

Warfield United won 3-0 at home to Braybrooke Athletic with goals from Paul King (2) and Richie Cohen, while Athletico Ascot won 4-1 at Newbold College.

Will Kennedy and Ben Hazell scored as WAB Reserves beat Winnersh Town 2-0 to go level on points with Division Three table-toppers Woodley Saints, although WAB have played two games more and Saints have a vastly superior goal difference.

Bracknell Corinthians lost 2-0 to Winnersh Rangers as James Robertson and Dan Ellis were on target, allowing Bearwood Wanderers to move into third place on goal difference as they beat Bracknell Falcons 5-1.

In Division Four, Richard Hall and Sam Hunt both scored as leaders Finchampstead A won 2-0 at Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves.

They stay three points clear of Bracknell Royals, who beat Bracknell Titans 2-1, while Silver Birch A are third on goal difference having beaten bottom side Whitegrove Pythons 2-0.

Fourth-placed Crownwood Dukes beat FC Harmanswater 7-2, Simon Howkins and Matt Rimmer with the consolation goals.

In the Berks & Bucks County Junior Cup, Raglan FC overcame Loveman United 3-0 to move into the semi finals.