WOKINGHAM & Emmbrook Reserves crashed out of the Berkshire Trophy Centre Senior Cup as they went down 2-0 at home to Rotherfield United, goals either side of the break from Darren Scott doing the damage for the visitors, writes Richard Ashton.

Darren Rockell, Liam Bushay, Ollie Flint, Chris Hurst, Alan Mckie and replacement Felix Prudden were all on target for Marlow United as they hammered Burghfield FC 6-1, while Berks County edged out Reading City U23 3-2.

A Russell Benham brace and goals from Danny Langford, Carl Jenner and Carl Self inspired Newbury to a convincing 5-1 home win against Woodley United Royals.

A Danny Seaward double helped Mortimer reach the quarter-finals following a 6-2 triumph at Westwood United, Jacob Bailey and Lee Vincent among the other goalscorers.

Finchampstead produced a shock as they crushed Wrightchoice & Unity CSA 5-0, Nick Payne scoring twice with the others coming from Sean Hanley, Richard Johnson and Colin Phillips.

Richings Park advanced with a 5-1 home win against Maidenhead Town.

In the Intermediate Cup, Sam Wild and Stuart Moss both scored hat-tricks as Wargrave battered Goring United 8-2, Joe Wigmore and substitute Robin Thresher the other goalscorers.

Mortimer Reserves brushed aside Pangbourne 8-1 on the back of a Craig Haylett treble and braces from Jordan Webb and Chris Ferdinand, Sam Jordan completing the rout.

Kieran Millard netted for the hosts.

First-half goals from Scott Gesner and Jamie Newport helped Woodcote Stoke Row Reserves edge past Hurst Reserves 2-1, while Berks County Reserves eliminated Harchester Hawks 3-1.

Jack Page-Smith bagged a brace for Goring United Reserves, but it was not enough as they exited the Junior Cup with a 5-2 home loss to Harchester Hawks Development.

Henley Town Development were also knocked out following a 2-1 reverse at Phoenix Old Boys Reserves.

A Nicholas Ellis double and a goal from Martin Power proved in vain for Hambleden as they crashed out of the Berks & Bucks Junior Cup 5-3 at FC Tradesman.

In the Reading Junior Cup, Taplow United A beat Maidenhead Town A 3-2.

Reading YMCA Rapids battered Townmead 8-1 in the Maidenhead Norfolkian Intermediate Cup, while Maidenhead Town Reserves progressed 5-4 on penalties after drawing 0-0 at Iver Heath Village.

Langley Development advanced with a 3-1 home victory against Datchet Village.

Westwood United Development knocked Woodley Saints out of the Reading Diamond Cup 5-3.

In the only Premier Division game, Woodcote Stoke Row earned a point from their 1-1 draw at Wraysbury Village.

In a game of few chances, played at a hectic pace and littered with fouls, the visitors were on top in the first half and took the lead on 38 minutes when man-of-the match Ryan Corbett’s perfect cross was converted with a great header from Johnny Adey.

However, in the final minute of the half, Wraysbury took advantage of slack defending to equalise through Jermaine Gumbs.

A free-kick should have been cleared, but Wraysbury won back possession and Jamie Froude in the Woodcote goal was unable to hang on to a low shot and the rebound was rifled into the top of the goal.

The second half burst into life with a fierce shot from distance by Corbett which home keeper Liam Harper held onto at full stretch.

After that, Wraysbury came more into the game but rarely threatened the WSR goal, while at the other end, Woodcote’s attacks on the break failed to create clear goalscoring chances.

With five minutes remaining, a George Dewhurst was shown a red card, but Woodcote were unable to exploit the numerical advantage. A brilliant hat-trick from Aqeel Butt fired FC Imaan Lions to the top of the Division One table after they cruised past White Eagles 5-1.

Sabeel Ashgar and Jamie Clark also netted for the away side, with Wojciech Piasecki grabbing the consolation for Eagles.

Macauley Bleasdale, Shakeem Gumbs-Carty and substitute Austin Chadwick got the goals for Cookham Dean Reserves as they beat Westwood United Reserves 3-1, while Hurst crushed Eldon Celtic 4-0.

Rousel Moore was on target for Marlow United Reserves in their 2-1 Division Two defeat at home to Phoenix Old Boys.

Nick Holzer scored twice for Henley Town as they hammered Twyford & Ruscombe 5-1 in Division Three.

Arron Finch, Ram Kumar and Dudley Powell were the other goalscorers, with Nathan Manser replying for Twyford.

Grant Oxlade and Tim Green netted for Woodley United A as they came-from-behind to beat Cintra Park Rovers 2-1.

In Division Four, Lloyd Kwaramba, Abdi Mohamed and Reece Searle were the Farnham Royal Mavericks goalscorers in their 3-0 success at Berks County Rovers.