WOKINGHAM & Emmbrook are up to sixth place in Division One East of the Hellenic League, but just four points behind second club AFC Aldermaston, following their 2-1 win over Holyport at Larges Lane.

The Sumas had slightly the better of the first half, but the visitors defended well and it was they who took the lead through Steven Deverall with Port also losing Dan Rapley and Alan Akerman through injury.

Wokingham equalised when Josh Harris' goalbound shot over the keeper was touched home by Connor Holland and it was the latter who hammered home the winner.

The Summerleaze men twice struck the post and were unlucky not to have returned home with a point.

On Tuesday last week, the Sumas produced a battling performance when losing 3-2 in extra time at Flackwell Heath in the Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup, their goals coming from Nick Bateman and Ellis Day, who had equalised in time added on at the end of 90 minutes.

Dan Bateman's men will be looking for another three points when they visit third-placed Wallingford Town this Saturday and next Tuesday they are away to mid-table Didcot Town Development.

Their delayed Reading Senior Cup tie with Burghfield Sports, who originally had home advantage, is now expected to take place at Larges Lane on a date to be confirmed.