BINFIELD had a tough day at the office on Saturday, losing 4-1 away to Tuffley Rovers in the Premier Division.

The Moles were caught cold following their long trip to Gloucestershire, conceding two goals inside the opening 10 minutes.

After keeper Joe Williams had parried Ross Langworthy's shot, Kieran Alder tapped in the rebound and five minutes later Alder's free-kick was touched home by Macaulay Herbert.

Binfield worked hard to get back into the game and Asa Povey missed a glorious opportunity before skipper Sean Moore headed home to reduce the arrears in the 25th minute.

However, shortly afterwards, the margin between the sides was back to two goals with Langworthy netting Rovers' third goal.

The visitors had chances to score, but it just wasn't their day and Tuffley extended their lead through Dominic Kent from a chance set up by Alder.

Their second league defeat of the season sees Binfield drop to fifth in the standings.

This coming Saturday (3pm), they play Combined Counties League side Egham Town at the Runnymede Stadium in the first round of the FA Vase, then next Tuesday (7.45pm) they travel to Wilks Park to play Flackwell Heath in the Banbury Litho Floodlit Cup.

Wokingham & Emmbrook moved up to eighth place in Division One East with an excellent 3-0 win over Marlow United, who came to Lowther Road lying second in the table with an impressive record of six wins and a draw from nine games.

But last season's Thames Valley Premier League champions rarely looked capable of improving on their impressive start to the season. They were all square at half-time, only to be blown apart by the Sumas in the second half.

Luke Scope broke the deadlock in the 54th minute and six minutes later he doubled the leader from a chance set up by Elliott Rushforth.

Scope went close to completing his hat-trick before Jake White netted a superb third goal to crown a fine second-half performance from the hosts with Scope, Callum Eagle and Josh Harris playing particularly well.

Marlow finished with 10 men as Chris Hurst was sent off following a scuffle, while manager James Pritchard received a caution from referee Steve Conway.

This coming Saturday (3pm), Dan Bateman's men travel to the Summerleaze ground in Maidenhead to face Langley in the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy and next Tuesday (7.45pm) they visit Didcot Town Development in the Floodlit Cup.