LEMAR Maycock and Devonn Reid got the goals which fired Tilehurst Club into the semi-finals of the Tilehurst Charity Cup following a 2-1 home win against Richfield Rovers, writes Richard Ashton.

Craig Taphouse was the visitors' goalscorer, but they were unable to find an equaliser and exited the competition.

Purley progressed with a dramatic 4-3 success at AFC Bradfield, The Sportsman hammered their Senior Division title rivals Emmer Green 6-0, and AFC Burghfield are the last side in the final four after Eldon Celtic conceded their game.

Back to form striker Jamie Turner helped fire Loxwood through to the semi-finals of the Industrial Cup.

Turner struck twice to make it six goals in his last five games and an effort from Lewis McLaren completed a 3-2 victory over Woolhampton in their quarter-final clash.

Loxwood struck first when Turner fired home from the edge of the box after pouncing on a defensive disaster midway through the first half, but Woolhampton were level before the break thanks to an Ian Jubb effort.

There was a flurry of goals at the start of the second half with McLaren and Turner putting Loxwood 3-1 up before Woolhampton responded with a long-range Matt Mures effort.

Loxwood had chances to put the result beyond doubt in the closing stages and had appeals for a penalty claim waved away, but they never looked in any danger of conceding with man-of-the-match Craig Guze outstanding at the back.

Joseph Danelian and Mikey Jones netted for Maiden Place in their 2-1 home win against Southcote Colts Reserves, Jordan Rowland with the reply.

Coley Park advanced with a 4-1 victory at Wokingham & Emmbrook.

Goals from Dan Patterson, Dean Bessant, Steven Downes and Mitch Cooper gave Shinfield Park United an easy passage into the semi-finals of the John Lusted Cup as they brushed aside Tilehurst Titans 4-0.

A Jordan Sawyer hat-trick and braces from Liam Goddard and substitute Luke Maze guided South Reading into the last eight of the Berks & Bucks Junior Trophy following a 7-3 demolition of Burghfield Reserves.

Daniel Turner, Alex Vallins and Carl Allen replied for the home side.

Winnersh Town Reserves progressed with a 2-1 penalty shoot-out win at FC Showcase, the two sides playing out a 0-0 draw beforehand.

Theale conceded their game at Hazlemere Sports.

Goals from Chris Ward, Adam Taylor and Josh Cook fired new Premier Division leaders Burghfield to a 3-1 victory at WS Hobnob, Markland Tidswell with a consolation on 75 minutes.

Woodley Wanderers Youth and Reserves thrashed 116 Exiles 5-1, while Pangbourne Barbarians triumphed 3-1 at Tilehurst YM, El Hamdaouy Abdelaziz with the Young Men's goal.

Braces from Hugh Barklem and Sam Earl helped Henley Town inflict a first Division One defeat of the season on Twyford Comets, the hosts prevailing 4-2.

Tim Ive and Jack Robey were on the scoresheet for the visitors.

In Division Two, goals from Darryl Tobin, Matthew Holloway and Jake Fuller guided table-topping Englefield Eagles Reds comfortably past Arborfield 3-0, while a James Tarrant hat-trick inspired Southbank past Brimpton Rangers 5-2, Simon Gurney and Oliver Thorburn on target for the away side.

Barton Rovers won 2-0 at basement boys Delta Vigo.

Rose & Thistle remain top of Division Three following a 6-0 cruise at 116 Exiles Reserves, but second-placed AFC Lowfield Green kept the pressure on with a 5-2 success at cellar dwellers AFC Pangbourne.

A Matt John double and goals from Kyle Stone and Anthoni Goodridge gave Tilehurst Club Reserves a comfortable 4-0 victory at Mortimer.

Alex Limozi came off the bench to bag a brace as Division Four table-toppers were made to work before beating second-bottom Shinfield Rangers 3-1.

Louis Tannis was also on target for the hosts, with Ben Warren netting for Rangers.

Second-placed Earley Elite crushed Caversham United 4-1 on the back of a Sam Mallows treble and a goal from substitute Damien Hewitt.

Bradley Smith and Jordan Fox scored for Calcot Royals in their 2-2 draw at New England, while Wayback Wanderers inflicted a 12th straight defeat on rock bottom Calcot FC, running out 4-0 winners.