FC Meta climbed to second in the Premier Division after a 6-1 demolition of bottom side TMW Wokingham & Emmbrook.

Meta are now just five points behind leaders Crowthorne Inn with a game in hand.

Twigg Vets lost 3-1 at FC Fernhill and slip down to third.

Finchampstead, who could have gone above Twigg, were held 3-3 at home by Morale Madrid. Byron Hobbs (2) and Taylor Mitchinson scored for Finch.

Bracknell Cavaliers and Golden Farmer finally played each other at the third attempt after two postponements and drew 2-2.

Stu Kent beat Connor Ridgers from a tight angle to put Farmer in front only for Ryan Martin to level soon after.

Farmer regained the lead when Ricardo Escorcio tapped home from close range.

They created plenty more chances before the break and saw Brian Murphy miss a golden opportunity to add a third.

The second period was more even as both sides had efforts cleared off the line before Cavaliers’ Elliott Amadieu intercepted a back pass before slotting past Jake McKelvie for an 80th minute equaliser.

Ironically, the two sides meet again in a few weeks’ time in the cup quarter finals.

Division One title-hopefuls Loveman United suffered a shock 5-1 defeat to struggling Ashridge Park.

The only other fixture in the division saw Raglan awarded a walk-over against Hurricanes to move up to third.

Berks County remain fourth in Division Two after a 5-1 win at Braybrooke Athletic, but Athletico Ascot stay a point ahead of them in third after a 2-0 victory at Bracknell Saint-Germain.

AFC Crowthorne Reserves have plenty of games in hand over the top sides and they won again as Alex Jordan (2), Anton Hill and Tom Oddie scored in a 4-1 win over Bracknell Athletic.

Newbold College came back from 5-0 down at half time to draw 5-5 with 3M in a 10-goal thriller.

Newbold finished the match with nine players, while 3M also had a man sent off.

The only fixture to beat the weather in Division Three saw Silver Birch defeat Hope & Anchor 4-1 with goals from Owen Rich (2), Josh Hewlett and Lee Nevard. Robert Maw hit Anchor’s consolation.

A Ben Thundow hat-trick and goals from Jake Edwards and Anthony Prior helped Finchampstead Sunday A move two points clear at the top of Division Four with a 5-3 win at Whitegrove Pythons.

Bracknell Royals are one point behind thanks to a 6-2 victory against FC Harmanswater. Justin Horton grabbed both Harmanswater goals.

Player manager Robbie Lemon notched a brace for Bracknell Titans in a 2-1 home win over Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves. Archie Ferries scored for Cavs.

Woodley Saints are into the last eight of the Berks & Bucks County Junior Trophy after a 6-3 home win over Reading side Whitley Athletic.