MATT Jelly scored four times for AFC Crowthorne Old Boys as they stunned Bracknell Royals – a team one division above them – 5-2 in the first round of the Bracknell Town & District Sunday League Subsidiary Cup.

Premier Division champions FC Fernhill collected another three points after Golden Farmer Rangers conceded their fixture, while third-placed Raglan won 1-0 at FC Meta.

Division One leaders Berks County A moved top on goal difference after they battled to a 3-2 success at Athletico Ascot, but second-placed Loveman United kept the pressure up with a 3-1 home triumph over Panthers FC Reserves.

Both sides have 33 points with three games remaining, though the Swords have a superior goal difference by +5.

Josh Tighe bagged a brace and Connor Williams, Adam Woodley, Paul Cooper and Adam Avis were also on target as Winkfield turned a 4-0 half-time lead into a dominant 6-1 victory at Woodley United.

In Division Two, Woodley Saints collected three points from their 3-2 win at Moore Close Manor, while 3M conceded their game at Silver Birch Dynamos.

Running Horse FC thrashed Finchampstead Athletic A 4-0 in Division Three, and there were 1-1 draws between basement side Silver Birch A and Bracknell Saint-Germain, and Hope & Anchor and Winnersh Town.

In Division Four, Bracknell Athletic Reserves thrashed rock bottom Bracknell Titans 11-0 to end the season in third place.

In a tough season, for Titans, they failed to register a point after losing all 18 of their matches, closing with a goal difference of -106.