RYAN Adams scored four times as Senior Division table-toppers moved six points clear with a resounding 14-2 destruction of AFC Burghfield, writes Richard Ashton.

Dan Donegan helped himself to a hat-trick and Ciaran Crean a brace, while Lorenzo Medford, Luke Donegan, Jordan Cox and Luke Donegan were also on target.

Burghfield also scored an own goal, while Marcelo Soares and Mark Edwards netted for the shellshocked hosts.

Woodley Wanderers and Youth Reserves remain in the Premier Division title race after easing past WS Hobnob 4-0.

Division One leaders Maiden Place saw their lead cut to two points as they were held to a 3-3 draw in a home thriller against Coley Park.

Stuart Moss, Mikey Jones and Jason Palmer were the goalscorers for the table-toppers.

Sam Wild netted four times and combined with a Tim Ive effort, second-placed Twyford Comets disposed of Loxwood 5-2.

Jamie Turner got both goals for Loxwood.

In Division Two, Wokingham & Emmbrook smashed Southbank 6-2, while Arborfield and Park Villa conceded their games at Southcote Colts Reserves and Whitley Athletic respectively.

Patrick Gardner and Brett Ran both scored four times as Shinfield Park United annihilated 116 Exiles Reserves 11-0 in Division Three, Steven Downes also bagging a brace along with a goal from Dean Bessant.

FC Showcase eased past Tilehurst Club Reserves 4-0, while South Reading were victorious 4-0 at Theale.

Joel Burton netted four times as Earley Elite put rock bottom Calcot FC to the sword, the hosts running out 13-1 winners.

Lewis Rockall and Sam Mallows grabbed doubles, with the other goals coming from Harry Edgington, Ed Jones, Lee Richardson and substitutes Ashley Giles and Matthew Sandland.

Shane Langham, Ashley Reynolds and Thomas Parnell were all on the scoresheet for Calcot Royals in their 3-0 win at Wayback Wanderers, while Caversham United edged out New England 2-1.