CARL Jenner and Jamie Piercy got the goals as Newbury made it five wins from five Premier Division games with a hard-fought 2-0 success at Finchampstead, writes Richard Ashton.

Maidenhead Town boast a similar record to Newbury at the top following their 7-0 thrashing of Woodley United Royals, while Tom Nower, Dan Money and Josh Griggs were on target for Berks County in their 3-0 victory at Richings Park.

Jack Foster, Sam Roberts, Kieran Gardner and Reece Hope were all on target as Windlesham United cruised to a 4-1 win at Woodcote, Jake Dillon with the hosts' consolation.

Manager Mike Hancock left basement side Mortimer by mutual consent after their 1-0 home defeat to Reading City U23 left the Villagers with just one point from their opening eight games.

A Gus Naya double and goals from substitutes Pharrell Mensah and Doukore Paps fired Wraysbury Village to a 4-3 success at Cookham Dean, while Westwood Wanderers overcame Burghfield 2-1.

Late goals from Jason Bye and Jamie Froude helped Division One table-toppers Reading YMCA edge out Cookham Dean Reserves 2-1.

Aqeel Butt bagged a brace and Sabeel Ashgar, Dermot Johnson and Harminder Chadda were also on the scoresheet as FC Imaan Lions downed Woodcote Reserves 5-2, Adam Wheeler and Justin Trow replying for the visitors.

A Lewis Butcher double and a Ross Gordon Strike inspired Hurst to a 3-2 home win against Mortimer Reserves, Craig Haylett and Joseph Broadley the visitors' goalscorers.

Westwood Wanderers Reserves won a 10-goal thriller 6-4 at home to Eldon Celtic, while Rotherfield United and Wargrave played out a 0-0 draw.

In Division Two, Datchet Village made it four wins from four with a 2-0 triumph at Windlesham United Reserves.

Woodley United A eased past Twyford & Ruscombe 3-0, while substitute Alex Smith got the only goal of the game as Hurst Reserves beat Harchester Hawks 1-0.

A Daryll Wearn brace and a Jonathon Palmer-Smith effort helped Maidenhead Town Reserves maintain their 100 per cent record with a hard-fought 3-2 win against Richings Park Reserves.

John McDougall and Neil Creasey were on target for the away side.

Division Three table-toppers Goring United thumped Phoenix Old Boys Reserves 5-1 on the back of a George Scoffham double and goals from Josh Monk, Dean Robertson and Dan Houseman.

Marius Pilca, Jonny Openshaw, Reace Jordan and Stephen Dobson got the goals as Hambleden cruised past Pangbourne 4-0.

Tyriq Stewart netted for Maidenhead Town A, but they went down 2-1 at second-placed Marlow United Reserves.

Nick Fernandes bagged a brace and Travis Smith and Michael Abule also got on the scoresheet for Taplow United Development as they drew 4-4 with Westwood Wanderers Development in an entertaining clash.

Steve Park scored twice and Bradley Carter got the other as Robertswood drew 3-3 at Berks County Reserves.

In Division Four, leaders White Eagles lost their perfect record following a thrilling 5-4 reverse at Berks County Rovers.

Dawid Nagoda, Lukasz Potera, Bartosz Rochatka and Michal Szulik were on target for the visitors.

A Dan Carter double proved sufficient for Goring United Reserves as they edged out AFC Corinthians 2-1, Andrew Clarke netting for the away side.

Tom Crockett netted for Phoenix Old Boys Development, but they went down 2-1 at home to Henley Town Development, while Taplow United Vets won 2-1 at Harchester Hawks Development on the back of goals from Arran Hunjan and Michael Fountain.

Jake Tomsett was the Harchester goalscorer.

Ben Green, Simon Kemp, Callum Anderton, Mohamed Mahmoud and Dan Roberts were all on target for Burghfield Reserves as they beat Farnham Royal Mavericks 5-2, Tyrese Connor with a brace for the visitors.