FC Bracknell Under 12 Youth returned to the top of their league with an emphatic 11-5 win over Hawley Falcons.

Joseph Walker scored six of their goals with Charlee Martin netting four and Jack Johnstone the other.

They are now just one goal away from reaching 100 in the league.

FCB U13 Youth had to battle hard to win 2-0 at Reeves Rangers. Lewis Hunt opened the scoring just before half-time, but it wasn't until late in the game when Taylor Head netted the second to put the issue beyond doubt. Blues' man-of-the-match was Tommy Frazer.

FCB U15s had a fine 1-0 win over academy team, FAB United. After a sticky opening period, they got on top, forcing a number of corners, and they took the lead after 25 minutes. From a corner, Tom Blume saw his header blocked, but it fell nicely to Alex Livingstone, who hit a sweet volley into the net.

In a rather scrappy second half, there were chances at both ends, but neither team could find a way past the opposing keeper.

Bojan Kostadinovska was named FCB's player-of-the-match after an excellent performance.

The U15 Colts lost 4-2 away to Windsor, after trailing 3-0 at half-time. They played better in the second half and were rewarded with goals from Harry Carter, their man-of-the-match, and Harry Miller.

KEIRA Lambert was the player-of-the-match for the U9 Allstarz, while stand-in goalkeeper Jenson Scott-Hyde took the honours for the U9s in their game with NPL.

Shotstopper Finn Hind was the stand-out performer for the U14s as they drew 2-2 with Windsor Eagles.

CALLUM Knight and Jake Nickols were both on the scoresheet for Binfield Chargers Under 9s in their game with Berks Elite Silver.

Nickols was named man-of-the-match for his efforts in driving the team forward, while goalkeeper Ethan Beasley also made some terrific saves.

Elbie Churchill starred for the futsal side in their fixture with Badshot Lea Spartans, while Jake Pitt was also in top form.

CHARLIE Reuby, Dan Fullard and Johnny Woodley were on the scoresheet for Ascot United U15 Royals as they beat Laurel Park 3-2, while the U14 Raiders smashed Windsor Youth Eagles Panthers 8-1.

An own goal and strikes from Arvind Mahil and William Walder helped the U13 Royals gain a share of the spoils from a 3-3 draw with Shinfield Rangers.