SEAN Moore struck twice as Binfield enjoyed an excellent 3-1 win at fourth-placed Flackwell Heath in the Hellenic League Premier Division on Saturday, writes Dave Wright.

"It puts us back in the top six, and that is where we want to go," beamed manager Roger Herridge.

The Moles had a numerical advantage for more than half the game due to a home player being sent off for two yellow-card offences, but as Herridge said: "Even with 10 men, they always posed a threat to us on the break."

He added: "It's never an easy place to go to and for a time in the first half we looked second best with Charlie Samuel (Flackwell striker) proving a real handful to our defence, but we dominated the second half."

Moore broke the deadlock on the hour mark and he doubled the lead after 73 minutes with Gary Smith adding a third three minutes later.

Flackwell never gave up and were rewarded with a stunning consolation goal from Charlie Malin just before the final whistle.

Binfield, who have closed the gap on fifth-placed Bracknell to seven points, have 10 league games remaining with Herridge looking forward to some "exciting challenges ahead."

Tonight (Wednesday, 7.45pm) they are away to Division Two West side Bishops Cleeve Development in the third round of the Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup and they return to Gloucestershire this Saturday for a league game at fourth-bottom Lydney (3pm).

Wokingham & Emmbrook were beaten 2-0 at Chinnor in Division One East last weekend.

The Sumas found themselves a goal behind after just three minutes to a goal from Tom White and, despite dominating the game, they fell further in arrears to a good strike from Alex Woodfine in the 67th minute.

Wokingham & Emmbrook's Reading Senior Cup tie at Highmoor Ibis was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch on Monday.

Dan Bateman's men, who have dropped to fifth in the table, have a week off before welcoming AFC Aldermaston to Lowther Road on Saturday, March 3.