A HARRY Brown brace plus goals from Leon Mannion and Liam Forde sent Crowthorne Inn back to the top with a 4-1 home win over Intercity, who replied through Mark Fitts.

They moved ahead of Twigg Vets whose unbeaten run ended with a 4-2 home defeat to Morale Madrid. Dan Slinger (2), Jamie Day and Chris Gibson were all on target for Madrid.

Last season’s champions Finchampstead secured their first win with a 3-0 victory at Bracknell Cavaliers. Byron Hobbs (2) and Jamie Currie scored for Finch.

Round up WAB moved four points clear at the top of Division One with a 6-1 demolition of Berkshire All Stars. Tom Smith netted a hat-trick with Alex Badsah, Ryan McManus and Marcus Federick providing the other goals. Josh Fuller replied for All Stars.

Loveman United are up to second after Alfie Sparrow’s second hat-trick in a row helped them beat Sandhurst FFC 4-1, Jack Gale with Loveman’s other.

Level on points are Binfield Royals who were awarded a walkover against Ashridge Park.

Raglan FC thrashed Finchampstead Reserves 7-1 with Jake White and Luke Angel each scoring twice and Lewis Crossan, Toby Angel and Connor Reeves grabbing the other goals.

Hurricanes belatedly got their season off to a positive start with a 2-1 win at home to Winkfield, Marc Campbell with Winks’ consolation.

In a top-of-the-table Division Two clash, goals from Neil Blewitt, Jack Streak and Paul King help Warfield United leapfrog Athletico Ascot with a fine 3-1 win.

Warfield are now a point clear at the top, while Bracknell Athletic remain third despite being held 3-3 at Berks County. Brad Hoy, David Amey and Simon Taylor got County’s goals.

Newbold College had a Christian Jones hat-trick and a Denis Antoniuc strike to thank for their 4-3 victory against struggling Braybrooke Athletic.

3M won 3-1 at home to Bracknell Saint Germain and Luke Blakeborough scored for Woodley United as they drew 1-1 with Ashridge Park Royals. Jacob Rebbeck replied for Royals.

There were no league games played in Division Three and just one in Division Four where Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves went to joint top after beating FC Harmanswater 5-4. Dale Houston, Max Abraham, Jack Hawley, Nathan Conway and Sam Cooper scored for Cavs, while Wayne Antoni and Simon Howkins both struck twice for the losers.

In the Berks & Bucks Junior Trophy, fixtures between BTDSFL sides saw Silver Birch beat WAB Reserves 5-0, Winnersh Town beat Bracknell Titans 11-2 and Bracknell Royals beat Crownwood Dukes 9-0.

AFC Crowthorne Reserves are through to the next round after beating Reading Deaf 5-0 and Winnersh Rangers were awarded a walkover against Bracknell Athletic Reserves.

However, Berkshire United went out after a 13-1 mauling against Berkshire Rovers and Finchampstead Sunday A lost 3-1 to Shinfield Rangers. Bracknell Titans and Caversham United’s tie was abandoned.