ELLIS Willett got on the scoresheet for Finchampstead, but they lost 3-1 at Westwood Wanderers as the hosts returned to the top of the Premier Division table, writes Richard Ashton.

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Shane Gibson grabbed a 95th-minute equaliser for third-placed Reading City, but they lost ground on the leaders after being held to a 1-1 draw at home to Burghfield.

Carl Self rolled in a penalty to guide Mortimer to a 1-0 victory against Wraysbury Village, while Maidenhead Town and Newbury played out a 0-0 draw.

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Alex Gibson and John Walters both netted as resurgent Cookham Dean secured a 2-1 win against Richings Park.

Jake Dillon grabbed a sensational double hat-trick and acting player-manager James Worsfold also bagged a treble as Woodcote thumped rock bottom Woodley United Royals 10-1, Josh Beisly with the other goal for the visitors.

Jem Hatcher-Carroll, Scott Lovering, Henry Bailey and Rob Smith were all on target for Slough Heating Laurencians as their 4-1 home win against Cookham Dean Reserves left them just two points adrift of Division One trail-blazers Wargrave.

John Schaaf scored the consolation for the visitors.

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Lewis Butcher bagged a brace and Shaun Bannon was also on the scoresheet for third-placed Hurst as they edged out FC Imaan Lions 3-2, Sabeel Ashgar and Kamran Khan netting for the home side.

Charlie Cooke, Jamie Froude and Rob Why got the goals as Reading YMCA won 3-1 at Rotherfield United, while a Zach Eastman double and a Daryll Potter strike were not enough for Woodcote Reserves as they were crushed 8-3 by Westwood Wanderers Reserves in their bottom-of-the-table encounter.

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Daryl Wearn and Jonathan Palmer-Smith both bagged braces as Division Two table-toppers Maidenhead Town Reserves snatched a seven-goal thriller 4-3 at Windlesham United Reserves, Lewis Coyle with two goals for the hosts and the other coming from Ian Goswell before he was shown his marching orders.

Second-placed Datchet Village beat basement boys Woodley United A 2-1, Richings Park Reserves eased past Harchester Hawks 3-0 and a Callum Osborn double secured a point for Hurst Reserves in their 2-2 draw at Phoenix Old Boys.

Division Three table-toppers Goring United went goal crazy as they blasted Taplow United Development 9-0.

Josh Monk struck a scintillating hat-trick, replacement Ben Fuller bagged a brace and Matt Hayden, Dan Houseman, George Scoffham and Dean Robertson also got on the scoresheet in a one-sided contest.

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Marlow United Reserves remain just a point back after their 3-2 home win against Berks County Reserves, while a George Trendle strike earned Robertswood a 1-1 draw at Hambleden.

Perry Lewington and Gabriel Edwards got on the scoresheet for Pangbourne, but they lost 4-2 at Maidenhead Town A.

In Division Four, Charlie Douglas bagged a brace and there were also goals for Guy Brown, Jimmy Austin and Nick Holzer as Henley Town Development defeated Phoenix Old Boys Development 6-3.

Matt Murphy scored twice for the away side with the other goal coming from Josh Ralphson.

Farnham Royal Mavericks brushed aside Harchester Hawks Development 3-0 on the back of goals from Tyrese Connor, Ciaran Crean and Lewis Proctor.

Mortimer Wanderers reached the semi-finals of the Berkshire Trophy Centre Junior Trophy with a 3-1 extra-time victory at home to Taplow United Vets.

James Gregory was on target for the hosts and Luke Molloy for the visitors as they two sides were locked at 1-1 after 90 minutes, but two goals from Martin Bradshaw fired the Villagers through.

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Danny Bastidus and Ryan Williams were on target for Phoenix Old Boys Reserves as they knocked out Westwood Wanderers Development 2-1.

Goring United Reserves advanced 3-2 on penalties after they drew 1-1 with visitors AFC Corinthians, George Clarke netting for the away side in normal time.

Burghfield Reserves reached the semi-finals of the Berks & Bucks Junior Cup with a 4-3 penalty shoot-out success against FC Titans, Simon Kemp scoring for the hosts in normal time.