BEN Alderman and Cary Lowrie-Williamson both scored twice as Ascot United Under 15 Racing battered Yateley United Youth Kingfishers 6-0, writes Richard Ashton.

Rhys Hughes and Josh Norman got the other goals as William Ripley produced a man-of-the-match display.

Josh Wenstrom put in a standout performance and Max Lundholm and Kye Watmore hit the back of the net, but it was not enough for the U15 Eagles as they lost 5-2 to Teddington Athletic Tigers.

Ascot United U15 Youth were beaten 2-0 by Corinthian Casuals.

The U18 Yankees fell to a 1-0 reverse against Manorcroft Youth Hurricanes U17, but goals from Robbie Smith and Daniel Martin-Cenzano ensured the U16 Aces overcame Woodley United 2-1.

A Dylan Mckay double added to a Franz Meyer penalty helped the U16 Royals beat AFC Charvil 3-1, while goals from Simran Karia and Ana Cauchi salvaged a 2-2 draw for the U16 Diamonds in their clash with Caterham.

The U14 Hornets were beaten 5-3 by Bracknell Town, and the U14 Youth also slipped to defeat, going down 4-2 to Farnham Town Blues despite a Samm Daniel penalty and a Josh Smith strike.

Alex Mack scored a brilliant hat-tick to help the U13 Youth secure a 3-2 victory in a five-goal thriller at home to Esher Wizards, while the U13 Aces triumphed by the same margin against Bracknell Colts in another absorbing contest.

Toby Holsgrove bagged a brace and James Tilley and Josh Andrews were also on the scoresheet as the U13 Royals earned a 4-2 win against Hampton and Richmond Borough.

Ascot United Under 12 Diamonds put in a sensational performance to roar into the quarter finals of the County Cup, dispatching Woking Cougars 12-0.

Goals from Seren Smith, Sydney Duffy and Lola Lopez-Spencer were enough for the U12 Sapphires to battle to a hard-fought 3-2 success against Walton Casuals, while the U12 Youth also prevailed by a single goal, defeating Old Iseleworthians Youth Red 1-0 for a second consecutive win Ascot United U12 Chargers were also victorious, beating Heart Of Teddlothian Tigers 2-0.