THERE was no change at the top of the Premier Division as FC Fernhill stay four points clear after their 2-1 win at Raglan, Tom Williams scoring for the beaten side.

Crowthorne Inn moved into second spot as they recorded a convincing 8-0 win at home to FC Meta, Ricky Taylor with a brace and Sam Potter, Fraser Scrutton, Marcus Simonds, Jamie Tucker, Liam Forde and Harry Pangborn all on target for Crows.

Morale Madrid were given a walkover by Golden Farmer and Madrid are now fourth as Finchampstead lost 3-0 at WAB.

Panthers stayed above Athletico Forest on goal difference as the sides met and drew 3-3 with William Kennedy, Andrews Kennedy and Leslie Sackey scoring for Panthers.

Division One leaders Finchampstead Reserves lost 2-0 at home to Berks County, while the only other fixture to beat the bad weather was at AFC Crowthorne Stiffs where the home side beat Athletico Ascot 5-2.

Crows are now in third place, Joao Jardim scoring four times and James Mulholland getting the other for Stiffs.

Sandhurst FFC are still unbeaten and lead the way in Division Two, but they were pushed all the way by a spirited Ashridge Park Royals, goals from Hugo Smith and Elliott Poulter not enough for Ashridge as Sandhurst edged it 3-2 in the end.

Winnersh Rangers, who were bottom, picked up just their second win of the season as Howard Bennet and James Evans scored to help them beat Golden Farmer Reserves 2-1 and move above 3M, who awarded a walk-over to Silver Birch Dynamos, as well as Ashridge Park Sunday who lost 5-3 to Bracknell Corinthians.

In Division Three, Hope & Anchor won 5-4 at Running Horse FC, Harry Butler’s hat-trick and a strike from Kevin Wynter not quite enough for the Horse, while Bracknell Royals beat Finchampstead Sunday A 3-0, allowing Royals to jump a place in the table and move above their opponents.

The top two won again in Division Four.

Leaders Crownwood Dukes are three points clear with two games in hand after their 3-2 home win against Silver Birch, Callum Alan and player-manager Adam Spiers scoring for Birch.

FC Harmanswater beat AFC Crowthorne Old Boys 4-1, Oliver Birch, Matthew Rimmer and a brace for Simon Miles for Harmanswater, John Downes with Crows reply.

Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves and Bracknell Athletic Reserves drew 1-1 and remain in third and fourth places respectively.

In the Berks & Bucks County Sunday Junior Trophy, Bearwood Wanderers are into the semi-finals following a fine 4-2 victory at home to Hazlemere Sports.