BRACKNELL Corinthians made it two Division Two wins from two as they squeezed past Ashridge Park Royals 3-2.

Aaron Turner, Ryan White and Bradley Lenton-Moyle were on target for Corinthians.

Table-topping Bearwood Wanderers crushed Bracknell Cavaliers 7-1, William Twigg FC won 4-1 at Braybrooke Athletic, Golden Farmer Rangers hammered Panthers FC Reserves 7-2 and Newbold FC shared the spoils with Winnersh Rangers following a 0-0 draw.

Crowthorne Inn continued their excellent start to the Premier Division, recording a third straight win courtesy of a 3-1 success at Morale Madrid.

Loveman United remain winless following a 5-3 defeat at Panthers FC, while Bracknell Rangers remain unbeaten after three matches after they edged past Berks County 1-0.

Reigning champions FC Fernhill conceded their game at Raglan.

In Division Two, Paul Cooper grabbed a consolation for Winkfield, but they were battered 8-1 at Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW having trailed 5-1 at the interval.

Leaders Woodley Saints Kites maintained their 100 per cent record with a comfortable 4-1 home success against Finchampstead Athletic Reserves, while Sandhurst FFC beat Athletico Forest 2-0.

Crowthorne FC won a seven-goal thriller 4-3 at Woodley United, and Athletico Ascot battered Bracknell Athletic 7-0.

Hope & Anchor smashed Bracknell Titans 13-0 in the first round of the Berks & Bucks Junior Trophy.

Running Horse were knocked out 5-3 at home by High Wycombe-based AFC Liberal, but Sandhurst Sports Club moved into the second round on the back of an 8-2 demolition of FC Harmanswater.

Bracknell Saint-Germain exited after they lost 2-0 at home to Shinfield Rangers, while 3M pulled off a minor shock given their respective early-season form when they beat Crowthorne FC A 3-2.

FC Showcase cruised past Sandford 8-0, Bracknell Royals crushed Winnersh Town 6-2 and Finchampstead Athletic A overcame Silver Birch A 2-1.

AFC Dukes Reserves were knocked out 7-2 at home by PGM, while there was penalty shoot-out drama in the remaining two ties.

Bracknell Athletic U21 and Bracknell Spartan U21 shared the spoils 3-3 before the latter won 3-1 on spot-kicks, while Harts of Bracknell progressed 5-4 on penalties following a 2-2 draw at home to AFC Phoenix Reserves.