WOKINGHAM & Emmbrook joint-manager Dan Bateman was left "absolutely gutted" after his side's 2-1 defeat by Long Crendon in their Hellenic League Division One East game played at Oxford City.

The Sumas deservedly went ahead when they were awarded a penalty for handball which Josh Harris dispatched past keeper Ben Taunton.

They had chances to stretch the lead and sew up all three points before James Hawkes equalised in the 84th minute and Scott Chappell headed the winner just before the end.

Sumas take on Thornbury Town in the second qualifying round of the FA Vase at Lowther Road this coming Sunday (2pm).

Ascot United made it five wins out of five in the Combined Counties League Premier Division by defeating Knaphill 2-0 away.

Usman Lalustani bagged a brace, with his first goal coming in the second minute of time added on at the end of the first half.

The Yellamen started to dominate the game with James Richardson rattling the crossbar and James Knight and Harry Laflin both going close.

It came as no surprise when they extended their lead seven minutes from time. Lock and Knight were both involved in the build-up with Lalustani firing a low shot past keeper Richard Ossai.

Table-toppers Ascot are away to Frimley Green in the FA Vase on Saturday.

Sandhurst Town hammered FC Deportivo Galicia 4-1 for their fifth win in seven Division One games.

They took a third-minute lead through Brad Brown and Ashley Ledger added the second in the 12th minute, both goals set up by Grant Kemp.

Jamie Mitchell scored in the 28th minute when his intended cross sailed into the net and he set up the fourth for Callum Samuel on 77 minutes. Dean Simms pulled one back for the visitors six minutes from time.

Their next match is away to Bedfont & Feltham on September 21.

Eversley & California lost 2-0 at home to Tooting Bec, conceding a penalty in each half with Connor Allston also sent off for two yellow cards.

The Boars host Sheerwater in the Southern Combination Cup next Tuesday evening.