BRANDON Vaessen and Simon May both hit hat-tricks as Bracknell Royals obliterated Bracknell Spartan U21 11-0 in Division Four, writes Richard Ashton.

Cryst Enriquez also bagged a brace, with the scoring rounded off by Jordan Pember, Josh Ellis and Lewis Francis.

Kam Williams was named man-of-the-match for a dominant display in the centre of midfield.

Second-placed Harts of Bracknell defeated AFC Dukes Reserves 4-2, while Bracknell Athletic U21 crushed Bracknell Titans 6-1.

Beau Taylor was Berks County's stand-out performer, but they went down 3-2 to new Premier Division leaders Crowthorne Inn.

William Twigg climbed to second in Division Two following an 8-1 home rout of Panthers Reserves, while Nick Cooper bagged a brace for Bracknell Corinthians as they drew 2-2 with Winnersh Rangers and Golden Farmer Rangers conceded their game at home to Ashridge Park Royals.

In Division Three, table-toppers AFC Dukes were gifted another three points as Hope & Anchor conceded their game.

Ashridge Park overcame Silver Birch 3-2 in a tight encounter, and Bracknell Spartan drew 2-2 with FC Harmanswater.

In the BTDSFL Senior Cup, FC Fernhill battered Athletico Ascot 12-1, Panthers FC won an astonishing game 8-6 at Athletico Forest, Morale Madrid beat Wokingham & Emmbrook 7-3 and Loveman United knocked out Raglan 2-1.

Paul Rake bagged a brace and there were goal from Jamie Burnett and Simon Johnson as Division One side Woodley Saints Kites produced a minor shock with a 4-1 win against Premier Division high-fliers Bracknell Rangers.

John Payne and Jack Wright were on target for Woodley United, but they exited following a 5-3 reverse at Sandhurst FFC.

Finchampstead Athletic Reserves were through after they edged out Crowthorne FC 4-2 on penalties following a 1-1 draw.

In the Junior Cup, Winnersh Town obliterated Finchampstead Athletic A 10-0, while Running Horse FC edged out Newbold 4-3 on penalties after the two sides had played out a goalless draw.