BERKS County crashed out of the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup at the first hurdle, losing 2-0 at home to Chalvey Sports, writes Richard Ashton.

Liam Bushay and Andrew Nicol both helped themselves to doubles as Marlow United cruised past Stokenchurch 7-1, Sudariu Catalin, Qwamani Thomas and an own goal rounding off a comfortable win for the hosts.

Tyrese Corbin-Chandler scored twice and Ousman Darboe and Monay Mills-Chandler also hit the target as Wright & Unity Sports advanced with a 4-1 victory against East Hendred, while Highmoor Ibis United thrashed Hurst 7-2.

Scott Jackson and substitute Christian Hayward got the goals as Cookham Dean edged past Holyport 2-1, and Westwood United also progressed with a 2-0 success at Old Windsor.

A James Croft goal was not enough for Mortimer as they were eliminated 2-1 by Letcombe, while Taplow United were hammered 7-1 by Singh Sabha Slough, Hardeep Soor bagging a hat-trick and debutant Kyle Lucas also on the scoresheet.

George Dewhurst, Sam Sillah, Mackenzie Bermingham and Franky Sillah were on target for Wraysbury Village in their 4-1 victory against Lambourne Sports, while Reading YMCA progressed with the same scoreline at home to Shrivenham.

Newbury conceded their game at Kintbury Sports.

In the Intermediate Cup, Bracknell Town Reserves overcame Richings Park 4-2, Kintbury Rangers Reserves beat Eldon Celtic 5-4 in a thriller and Ardington & Locking Seniors proved too good for Frilsham & Yattendon, prevailing 6-1.

Ascot United Reserves advanced with a 5-0 victory against Westwood United Reserves.

Jake Dillon scored a superb hat-trick to restore Woodcote Stoke Row to the top of the Premier Division courtesy of a 5-3 home success against Wokingham & Emmbrook Reserves.

His brother Frank Dillon and James Worsfold got the other goals for Ross Weatherstone’s men.

Kieran Farmer scored an injury-time winner to help Burghfield make it three Division One wins from three, the table-toppers squeezing past Rotherfield United 4-3.

Joe Margetts, Ryan Farmer and Billy Margetts were the other goalscorers for the visitors.

A Sam Larking double earned Reading YMCA Rapids a point in their 2-2 draw at Finchampstead, while Sam Stevens, Wes Sutherland, Sam Martin and George Lock netted for Maidenhead Magpies in their facile 4-0 victory at Westwood United Reserves.

Muqaddas Rajput and Yousef Younis were on target for FC Imaan Lions as they drew 2-2 with Cookham Dean Reserves, Jamie Hanscombe and David Oliver replying for the away side.

In Division Two, Liam Lewendon netted twice and Jordan Sawyer got the other as South Reading beat Marlow United Reserves 3-2. Lewis Draper and an own goal accounted for the Marlow goals.

Substitutes Callum Cunningham and Connor Lovell were on the scoresheet for Brimpton Athletic as they drew 2-2 with Mortimer Reserves. Andrew Johnstone-Archer and Bradley Foster scored for the visitors.

AFC Corinthians picked up a first win of the season with a 4-0 success at home to Hurst Reserves, while unbeaten FC Woodley went top with a 2-0 victory against Berks County Reserves.

Arron Finch, Nick Holzer, Toby Camfield and Nico Cheeseman fired Henley Town Reserves to a 4-0 home win against Braybrooke in Division Three.

A brilliant Sam Fuller hat-trick inspired Goring United to a 7-0 cruise against Highmoor Ibis Athletic.

Jack Purser also bagged a brace while the other goals were scored by George O’Brien and Tom Purser.

Woodley United A dismantled Wargrave 9-2 and Hurst A secured a 2-1 success at Taplow United Reserves.

Jose Ribiero grabbed a double and Shane Westell, Ben Claridge and Mikey Jones also got on the scoresheet as Twyford & Ruscombe eased past White Eagles Reserves 5-1 in Division Four.

Stuart Lloyd, Chris Searle and Jake Wilcock were the Berks County Rovers’ goalscorers in their 3-1 win against Harchester Hawks Development.

AFC Corinthians A overcame Cintra Park Reserves 5-3, and a Darren Justice brace was not enough for Taplow United A as they were beaten 5-3 by Goring United Reserves.

Daniel Reynolds scored a wonderful hat-trick for the away side, whose other goals came from Angus Williams and Alex Davies.