RYAN Farmer, Leon Hewitt and substitute Luke Stroud all hit the target for Burghfield as they secured a 3-1 Premier Division triumph at Finchampstead, writes Richard Ashton.

Nick Payne was the Finches goalscorer.

Sam Green snatched an injury-time winner to spare Woodcote's blushes as they came from 2-0 down to beat basement side Woodley United Royals 3-2, Jake Dillon and Pedro Monteiro also on target for the home side.

Ethan Jerrome struck a brilliant hat-trick as title hopefuls Berks County smashed Cookham Dean 6-0, Charlie Craske, Tom Nower and Clive Akem-Che completing the rout for the Swords.

A Sam Adams double and a goal from Ryan Adams earned Maidenhead Town a 3-2 home success against Wraysbury Village.

Division One table-toppers Wargrave thrashed Eldon Celtic 6-0, but Reading YMCA remain just five points behind with two games in hand following a 3-0 triumph at FC Imaan Lions.

James Bozarth, George Balaam and Chris Lemm were the Young Men goalscorers.

Westwood Wanderers Reserves leapfrogged Cookham Dean Reserves up to eighth following a 2-1 away win.

In Division Two, second-bottom Windlesham United Reserves caused a major shock by beating leaders Datchet Village 2-0, Dan Sponder and Fergus Adams with the goals.

An injury-time winner from Joe Burrell helped Division Three trailblazers Berks County Reserves grab a 2-1 win at Robertswood.

Steve Park had earlier scored for the home side, with Aaron John replying for County.

Second-placed Goring United remain two points adrift from the Swords, albeit with two games in hand, after they edged out Taplow United Development 3-2.

Dan Houseman, Harry Voice and Ben Fuller netted for Goring, with Seamus Stapleton and replacement Fred Kirby scoring for the away side.

Matt Murphy bagged a brace for Phoenix Old Boys Development as they beat AFC Corinthians 3-1 in Division Four, Umer Abdullah with their other goal.

Ben Lamden was on target for Corinthians.

Bartosz Rochatka and substitute Tomasz Maciuk got on the scoresheet for White Eagles as they won 2-1 at Harchester Hawks Development, while Berks County Rovers defeated Henley Town Development 3-0 on the back of goals from Jamie Fielding, Richard Cumner and Dave Amey.