Wokingham & Emmbrook defeated Penn & Tylers Green 3-0 to maintain fourth spot in Division One East.

They are unlikely to catch unbeaten leaders Risborough Rangers, who are 13 points clear, but are in with a chance of overhauling Abingdon United and Holyport for the runners-up position.

The Sumas still have to play Risborough twice, with the home fixture this coming Saturday and the return on Tuesday, March 10.

Before last Saturday's game at Lowther Road, there was a minute's applause in memory of long-time fan Richard Croyden, who had passed away the week before.

Sumas got off to a flying start with two early goals from Callum Eagle and Jake White.

The visitors, who had parted company with Gareth Williams a week earlier, looked dangerous on the break with one effort crashing off the crossbar and another bringing out a great save by keeper Sean Woodward.

They continued to create chances, but their hopes of getting back in the game ended when Josh Harris scored the third goal following good work by substitute Ellis Day.

Binfield let slip two Premier Division points at Shrivenham on Saturday, with the hosts scoring deep into stoppage time to snatch a 2-2 draw.

The Moles looked to be on their way to another victory when skipper Sean Moore netted with headers in the sixth and 42nd minutes, the second from a Josh Howell cross after Moore had seen his effort cleared off the line.

But their lead was halved three minutes into the second half when Scott Chilcott forced the ball home for the hosts.

There were chances at both ends before Zak Skinner forced home the equaliser in stoppage time despite Binfield having six players in the goal area.

The Moles stay second in the table, but are now 15 points behind unbeaten leaders Westfield with four games in hand.

This coming Saturday, they host fourth-bottom Royal Wootton Bassett at Hill Farm Lane.

Their home Bluefin Sports (UHL) Cup tie against Fairford last Monday was postponed for a second time due to a waterlogged pitch and re-arranged for Monday, March 9.