RAGLAN moved joint top of the Premier Division with a 4-1 win at Morale Madrid, Charlie Scope bagging a brace and Matt Davis and Dan Searle adding the others for the victors, writes Nick Carpenter.

FC Meta managed to come back from being 4-0 down at home to Golden Farmer Rangers to snatch a most unlikely 4-4 draw.

Ricardo Escorcio and Dave Matthews had given the visitors a deserved 2-0 half time lead, before Matthews grabbed his second and Stu Kent then put the visitors 4-0 up with an hour played.

Meta pulled one back through George Lock, and with just 10 minutes remaining Byron Duncan then halved the deficit before Lock grabbed his second in stoppage time.

Farmer were desperately hanging on, but with literally the last kick of the game Oli Johnson’s close range shot was deflected in to secure the draw.

WAB stay just above Meta in sixth place after their 5-4 win at Panthers where Ebenezer Opoku-Ware and Leslie Sackey with a hat-trick scored for the home side.

In Division One, Athletico Ascot hammered Woodley United 10-4, Bracknell Athletic went to Crowthorne and came away with a 4-0 win, while Berks County beat Panthers Reserves 6-2, Nyasha Chingosho with both Panthers goals.

Moore Close Manor are now just a point behind Sandhurst at the top of Division Two after their 4-2 win away to 3M, who had Mike Gibbs and Mark Taylor on target, while Ashridge Park Royals beat club rivals Sunday 3-2 thanks to an Elliott Poulter double and a Matt Moores strike.

Bearwood Wanderers are still undefeated in Division Three and are nine points clear of the pack after their 3-0 win at home to Running Horse.

Bracknell Cavaliers sit second after a 5-2 victory over Bracknell Royals and Braybrooke are just a point behind them in third after their 6-2 home win against Silver Birch A. Finchampstead A drew 1-1 at home to Winnersh Town.

Bracknell Titans remain pointless in Division Four after losing 5-3 at home to AFC Crowthorne Old Boys, who had Brendan Dyer (3), Casey Howe and Marlon Rush on target, while Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves won 2-0 at Silver Birch.

Athletico Forest made it through at the expense of Crowthorne Inn in the Senior Cup, winning 6-5 on penalties after the tie finished goalless.

They will meet Finchampstead after they came through a tough encounter with AFC Crowthorne Stiffs where a Gareth Ainsworth goal was enough for a 1-0 win.

The other semi-final will be between holders FC Fernhill, who beat Loveman United 2-1, Ryan Milward scoring for Loveman, and Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW, who made it through in a 12-goal thriller at Winkfield where the final score was 7-5 to the visitors.

Bernie McDonagh, Adam Avis and a hat-trick for Marc Campbell were Winks’ scorers.

In the Junior Cup. Woodley Saints crushed Golden Farmer Reserves 5-0.

Last season’s beaten finalists will now play Silver Birch Dynamos after Dynamo’s beat Bracknell Saint Germain 4-2. BSG had Dan Walker and Ryan Nute on target.

The other semi-final will be between Sandhurst FFC, who beat Crownwood Dukes 6-3, and Winnersh Rangers. Rangers cruised past Bracknell Athletic Reserves 5-1, James Ebel and Neal McDowell both netting twice with Tom Sandys getting the other for Rangers.