WOKINGHAM & Emmbrook Reserves stunned second-placed Wright & Unity Sports 4-0 in the Premier Division, writes Richard Ashton.

Sam Lawrence-Whiting put Sumas in front just before the quarter-hour mark, and George Douglas doubled the advantage shortly afterwards.

Dan Best made it 3-0 on 53 minutes, and substitute Josh Harris completed the rout for the hosts.

Reading YMCA made it 12 wins from 12 with a 3-0 success at Cookham Dean, while Westwood United downed Woodley United Royals 3-1.

Goals from Jordan Jawandha and Aaron Sullivan gave Taplow United just a second win of the season, their 2-1 victory at Berks County lifting them off the foot of the table.

Goals from Aadil Ashgar and Clifford Haylet helped Division One leaders FC Imaan Lions to a 2-0 home triumph against Maidenhead Town, but second-placed Cookham Dean Reserves remain just a point behind with a game in hand after they beat Finchampstead by the same margin, an own goal and a Christopher Ellis strike doing the damage.

Eldon Celtic drew 2-2 with Westwood United Reserves, and the spoils were also shared 1-1 between Reading YMCA Rapids and Rotherfield United.

In Division Two, table-toppers FC Woodley were held to a 3-3 draw at Mortimer Reserves, Stefan Allen, Doug Groves and Harmit Riyat on target for the hosts.

Marlow United Reserves overcame Brimpton Athletic 2-0, while third-placed AFC Corinthians returned to winning ways with an entertaining 4-3 success at Harchester Hawks.

A brilliant hat-trick from Sam Fuller helped Goring United move four points clear at the top of Division Three, George O’Brien, Ben Fuller and Marley Ipinson also on the scoresheet in a 6-0 thumping of Highmoor Ibis Athletic.

Nick Lyskov, James Richardson and Vakatuna Hepute got the goals for Braybrooke in a 3-2 success at Woodley United A, while a Charlie Hill effort was not enough for Taplow United Reserves in their 4-1 defeat at Henley Town Reserves.

Tom Bray bagged a brace as Wargrave beat Hurst A 3-1, Steve Smith getting the consolation.

A Mikey Jones double helped Division Four trailblazers Twyford & Ruscombe extend their perfect record to 12 wins from as many games with a 2-0 home victory against Goring United Reserves.

Zach Maynard, Nathan Horder and Taran Bansal were on the scoresheet for basement side Farnham Royal Mavericks, but they were edged out 4-3 by Berks County Rovers.

Tom Osborne got the only goal of the game as Maidenhead Town A edged out Woodley United B 1-0, while White Eagles Reserves conceded their game at Cintra Park Rovers.

Steve Newell and Scott Cooper netted for Maidenhead Town Reserves, but they were knocked out of the Berks & Bucks Junior Cup following a heart-breaking 4-3 penalty shoot-out defeat at home to Hazlemere Sports Reserves. The two sides had drawn 2-2 in normal time.