RAVI Patel continued his hot streak in front of goal by bagging a brace in South Berkshire men's 7-1 MBBO Regional Two drubbing of basement side Milton Keynes 2nds, writes Richard Ashton.

Patel took his tally to 12 for the season and five in his past two games as the home side ran riot at Cantley Park.

Jack Baveystock, Josh Chapman, Lachie Cope, Sam Fuentes-Moreno and the league's top marksman, Tom King, were also on target, the latter taking his tally to 16 for the campaign.

Chris Kyle scored the Milton Keynes consolation.

The victory leaves second-placed South Berkshire level on points with Sonning at the top of the table, albeit having played a game more.

South Berkshire face a testing trip to fourth-placed Marlow 2nds this coming Saturday (1.30pm).

Paul Kaplanski smashed in a hat-trick for Division Two table-toppers South Berkshire 2nds as they cruised past Ramgarhia 6-2.

Sean Hardingham also bagged a brace for the visitors, with the rout completed by Daniel Ray.

Charanjit Panesar and Parmi Soor were on target for Ramgarhia.

In Division Three, South Berkshire 3rds overcame Milton Keynes 3rds 3-0.

South Berkshire 4ths suffered a disappointing 4-3 Division Seven defeat to lowly Maidenhead Monarchs, but South Berkshire Terriers picked up a 2-1 success at Oxford Hawks 7ths in Division Eight West.

South Berkshire ladies dropped to third-bottom in Premier Division One of the Trysports Three Counties League after they lost 4-0 at home to trail-blazers Slough 2nds.

South Berkshire will look to return to winning ways when they travel to Oxford Hawks 3rds this coming Saturday (11.30am).

Second-bottom South Berkshire 2nds picked up a point after drawing 2-2 at Wallingford 2nds in Premier Division Two.

Heather Merryweather got both the goals for the home side.

In Division Two, South Berkshire 3rds dropped to eighth-in-the-table after they lost 2-0 at Oxford 5ths.

There was also a defeat for South Berkshire 4ths, who went down 4-1 at Newbury & Thatcham 4ths in Division Five.

The setback resulted in South Berkshire dropping to ninth-in-the-table.