ASCOT United Under 14 boys produced an outstanding performance to advance in the County Cup with a 5-1 hammering of home side Chalfont Wasps.

Ashton Prescott, Samm Daniel, Lawson Jones, Josh Smith and Teige Peries all found the back of the net to fire their side into the next round.

The U14 Hornets had less success, however, as they were beaten 4-1 by AFC Henley Hurricanes.

The Under 18 Yankees were beaten 6-2 by Walton Casuals U17, while Ascot United U16 Aces were narrowly edged out 3-2 at home to Reading Pumas.

The away side took the lead on six minutes when some slack defending allowed Pumas to carve through the middle before finishing, although Aces dominated the next 20 minutes and deservedly drew level when Donachie capitalised on a goalkeeping error to make it 1-1.

However, Reading were back in front just two minutes later when they capitalised on being given too much time to score from distance.

Ascot, though, showed their resolve and hit back for a second time when Donachie bagged another, knocking in the rebound after his initial back-post header was saved.

Yet Aces again fell behind when confusion reigned at a corner just before the break, a weak header crossing the line after a pair of Ascot defenders got in each others way, and with the second half goalless, the hosts were consigned to defeat.

In a friendly, the U15 Youth earned a 4-2 victory against Escolla, Gabriel George bagging a break and the other goals coming from Tom Roberts and Aidan Holland.

Luke Frewin was man-of-the-match for the U15 Eagles, but they fell to a 7-1 reverse against Bracknell Town Youth. Ben Martire netted the consolation.

Seren Smith bagged a brace to help the U12 Sapphires to a 2-1 victory against Woking Cougars FC, but there was less success for the U12 Raiders and U12 Chargers, who lost 1-0 and 5-0 to Hughenden Valley in the County Cup and Windsor Youth Eagles respectively.

  • LOUISE Pullen scored twice for Ascot United Ladies Development, but they were beaten 9-2 at Guildford Saints.

Binfield Ladies battered Taplow United 9-1 thanks to hat-tricks from Charisse Tregear – including her first senior goal – and Connie Wilson, plus a brace from Lauren Cardy and Amy Martin's opener.

Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies lost 2-0 to Woodley United.