LEWIS Butcher bagged a brace as Hurst edged out Windlesham United 3-2 to reach the quarter-finals of the Berkshire Trophy Centre Senior Cup, writes Richard Ashton.

Shaun Bannon got the other goal for the hosts, meaning strikes from Jamie Hobbs and Connor Lewis were insufficient for Windlesham.

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Carl Self netted for Mortimer, but they were knocked out 4-1 by Wargrave, while Westwood Wanderers advanced 3-2 against Cookham Dean despite goals from Nathan Lishman and Daniel Stacey.

A Joel Day double helped Finchampstead eliminate Maidenhead Town 2-1 –Jake Wheeler on target for the home side – and Nico Harris got the only goal of the game as Wraysbury Village squeezed past Reading YMCA 1-0.

Eldon Celtic made it through to the last eight with a 2-0 victory against Slough Heating Laurencians.

William Kyeremeh was at the double for Berks County Reserves as they progressed in the Intermediate Cup with a 5-3 home win against Westwood Wanderers Reserves, Jack Carrod and Alex Platt also on the scoresheet for the Swords.

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Goring United knocked Windlesham United Reserves out of the competition 4-3 thanks to a Josh Monk double and goals from Ben Fuller and substitute Tom Bonner.

Robert Ellis (2) and Sam Acton were on target for the beaten side.

Nick Wiggett found the back of the net for Woodley United A in their 2-0 triumph at Harchester Hawks, while Henley Town won an extraordinary game 6-4 at Datchet Village.

Mark Slatter's 89th-minute strike fired Marlow United Reserves past Pangbourne 1-0, and Robertswood are also in the quarter-finals after beating Hambleden 5-4 on penalties, the two sides having earlier drawn 2-2.

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Brothers Jake and Frank Dillon were both on the scoresheet as Woodcote upset Newbury 3-2 in the Premier Division, Josh Beisly also on target for the away side.

Reading City U23s' title hopes also took a knock as goals from Christian Jones and replacement Ben Whelan gave Richings Park a 2-0 success.

Isaac Sedu bagged a brace and Kamran Khan also found the back of the net as FC Imaan Lions beat Mortimer Reserves 3-2 in Division One.

Harmit Riyat and Craig Haylett were the visitors' goalscorers.

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In Division Two, a Simon Foster double and a goal from Ricky Caves gave Richings Park Reserves a convincing 3-0 home win against Hurst Reserves, while Phoenix Old Boys downed Twyford & Ruscombe 2-0.

Westwood Wanderers Development crushed Taplow United Development 5-0 in Division Three.

Division Four table-toppers Goring United Reserves were stunned 4-1 at home by Phoenix Old Boys Development, two goals apiece from Umer Abdullah and Tom Crockett doing the damage for the away side.

Mark Harris bagged a brace and George Clarke was also on target for AFC Corinthians in their 4-2 home success against Berks County Rovers.

Jamie Fielding and Richard Cumner netted for the Swords.

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