FC Bracknell Under 15s hit the goal trail against Wokingham & Emmbrook, winning 11-0 in a match played in horrendous weather conditions.

There were hat-tricks for Callum Gaskin and Ollie Clarke, a brace for Luke Wakatama along one with apiece from Taylor Hornbrook, Joe Million and goalkeeper Sam Godsell.

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Despite the score, the Sumas deserve some credit as they never gave up, and only trailed 2-0 at half-time.

The U15 Youth team led Caversham AFC Rebels 2-1 with 15 minutes left to play following goals from man-of-the-match Leo Saunders and Sam Knapp, but they could not cope when their opponents upped the tempo and ended up losing 7-2.

Following five defeats, FCB U14 Colts got back to winning ways with a 4-2 victory at Caversham AFC Coyotes.

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They opened the scoring inside the first two minutes with a goal from Hayden Mills and Dylan Veck doubled the lead before half-time.

On a deteriorating pitch, Caversham got themselves back into the game at 2-2, only for Veck to immediately restore the lead with the fourth goal coming from a cheeky chip over the keeper by man-of-the-match Kyle Woolerton.

The U13 Youth battled hard to secure a 4-3 win over Eversley and California Rovers. It was 2-2 half-time with Callum Cobb getting both FCB goals. They went 3-2 down early in the second half, but Logan Biggers scored a great equaliser and defender James Taylor tapped in a late winner following a corner, a goal which earned him the player-of-the-match prize.

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FCB U13 Colts held unbeaten Woodley Mohawks to a 1-1 draw, their equaliser coming from Ramesh Yaquzaba, with Taylor Head getting the man-of-the-match award.

Vincent McBride-Brookes scored six goals as FCB U12 Colts defeated Shinfield Rangers 11-5. Tyler Williams added a further four with Veer Bains completing the scoring. Liam Marsh was their player of the match.

NATHAN Spoiala scored five times as Bracknell Athletic Under 14s produced a stunning display to annihilate Reading City 8-0.

Spoiala grabbed an early brace and with the backline of Finn Hind, Josh Njampa, Cole Windmill and Billy Linnett mopping up anything that came their way, Athletic went into the break 2-0 in front.

They extended their lead five minutes into the second period courtesy of a Stephen Quartey strike, and Spoiala completed his hat-trick to make it 4-0.

Athletic's midfield trio of man-of-the-match Harry Cheale, Will Voyce and James Palmer proved increasingly dominant, and with Quartey grabbing his second, they led 5-0.

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Spoiala added two more to take his tally to five, the final goal coming from Louis Christophers.

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ELLA Davey struck four times as Ascot United Under 14 Sapphires destroyed Oxshott Royals 12-0.

Seren Smith also helped herself to a hat-trick and Olivia McGrath bagged a brace, with the remaining goals coming from Rory Dean, Sydney Duffy and Ella Steer.

The U14 Diamonds crushed Teddington Athletic 8-3, while Owain Phillips and Will Phillips scored for the U15 Aces in their 2-1 triumph against Finchampstead Rovers.

Cass Cupper was man-of-the-match, but despite Rhys Hughes netting for Ascot United Under 18 Racing, they lost 4-1 to Marlow United Pumas.