FC Bracknell Under 8s completed a double by winning their respective EBFA Trophy finals.

The Blues produced their best ever performance to hammer NPL Atoms 6-0.

They took the lead through Callum Knight in the opening quarter, but it required an outstanding save from Drew Rockwell to keep them ahead.

There was no stopping them in the final quarter, scoring five times without reply.

Knight was their star man, scoring twice more to complete his hat-trick and setting up the others for Lennon Colwell (2) and Oskar Charewicz.

Harry Turner also covered every inch of the pitch to blot out the NPL attacks.

FCB Whites needed a late winner to beat Eldon Celtic 2-1 in their final.

They found themselves trailing after the first period, but for the rest of the game, they matched Eldon's pace and physical presence although their keeper still had to make some fine saves.

With five minutes to go Whites were awarded a penalty for handball which was converted and there were just 20 seconds remaining when an unfortunate own goal saw FCB clinch the victory they deserved.

FCB U7 Blues were edged out by Darby Green and Potley Dynamos in their EBFA Trophy Final.

The took the lead through Frankie Streak Holzman and an own goal, but Darby Green came back strongly with two goals at the start of the third quarter and a third in the final period.

Blues did not let their heads drop and were only denied a late equaliser by a fine save from the keeper.

An U7s friendly between FCB Whites and Pinewood Pumas produced plenty of goals with Oliver Topi, Martin Olah, Troy Bagley and Joshua Andrews all on the scoresheet for Whites.

Nathan Maharaj was the coach's player-of-the-match for his tireless efforts, while the parents' vote went to Andrews, who shone in attack and defence.

FCB U9s played a friendly against Whitegrove Bees and Matthew Ofquila earned the player-of-the-match vote for his great passing and defending.

Man-of-the-match Ollie Draper scored three goals as FCB U12s drew 4-4 with Spencer's Wood, Sonny Burton getting the other.

Harvey Heath netted the consolation goal for FCB U14s Colts in a 5-1 defeat by Eversley & California, although the scoreline did not reflect the game.

Lucas Piper was named man-of-the-match.

FCB U14s lost 2-0 to Maidenhead Magpies in their final game of the season, Bojan Kostadinovska being their stand-out player.

PINEWOOD Pumas Under 8s won their East Berks Football Alliance final 4-1 against Old Windsor Tigers.

KYE Watmore bagged a brace and Ben Hefferman was also on target as Ascot United Under 16 Eagles shared the spoils in their inter-club game against Ascot United U16 Racing.

Rhys Hughes, Alex Easton and Louis Arden netted for Racing, while William Rapley was their stand-out performer.

Michael Keir impressed for Eagles.

The U15 Hornets won a seven-goal thriller 4-3 against Finchampstead Wanderers, while Sam Evans got the only goal of the game as the U15 Youth edged out Cobham 1-0.

Ella Davey and Ailsa Sheppard scored for the U13 Sapphires in their 2-1 victory against Claygate Royals FC Eagles.