MORALE Madrid dented Twigg Vets’ outside chances of a top-two finish in the Premier Division with a convincing 9-2 home win.

Twigg remain third, but are now nine points behind the leaders Crowthorne Inn and five behind second-placed Finchampstead.

In Division One, Finchampstead Reserves hosted Raglan at the Memorial Ground, with the visitors winning 5-2.

Luke Angel (2), Daniel Broadbear, Tom Williams and Jake White netted for Raglan who remain in title contention, nine points behind leaders WAB but with four games in hand.

Sandhurst FFC are still rooted to the bottom as they lost a five-goal thriller at Hurricanes 3-2.

Winkfield FC are finding some end of season form after a 4-1 win against Berkshire All Stars thanks to a Bernie McDonagh brace plus Tom Green and Marc Campbell goals. Tommy Marshall replied for All Stars.

AFC Crowthorne were awarded a walkover against Ashridge Park.

Athletico Ascot kept in touch with the top two in Division Two as they stuck seven goals past Braybrooke Athletic without reply.

AFC Crowthorne Reserves are not far behind in fourth place after smashing Newbold College 9-1.

3M lost 5-2 at home to Bracknell Athletic who saw Marcus Barnes grab a brace and Matt Lindstrom, Chris Jeffries and Dannie Campbell find the net.

It was a busy afternoon for Barnes who also shared the goalkeeping responsibilities with Gray Pratt, each getting a half.

But it was hard-working midfielder Campbell who earned the man-of-the-match honours with one goal and an assist.

Peppe Apicella and Josh Mason replied for 3M.

Division Three leaders Woodley Saints won again as they beat Hope & Anchor 4-1 to leave them five points clear of second-placed Bracknell Corinthians who gained a narrow 4-3 win at lowly Bracknell Falcons.

Division Four leaders Finchampstead Sunday A were held 2-2 at FC Harmanswater, Simon Howkins and Ryan McGill with Harmanswater’s goals. Jake Edwards and Anthony Prior replied for Finch.

Bracknell Royals failed to take advantage and remain four points behind Finch after losing 3-1 at Silver Birch A where Alan Boxall, Dan Ruffle and Lee Kilmartin were all on target.

There were hat-tricks for Josh Dalton and Luke Niven plus an own goal as Whitegrove Pythons thrashed a depleted Bracknell Titans 7-0.

The result saw the sides swap places and Titans are now bottom on goal difference.

In the BTDSFL Senior Cup, Fernhill’s stranglehold over TMW Wokingham & Emmbrook continued with an emphatic 10-2 victory in the semi finals.

The mammoth win came a week after FC Fernhill had thrashed the same opponents 11-1 in the league.

But Fernhill are certain to face a tougher test in the final against Golden Farmer, who booked their place with a 2-0 win against FC Meta thanks to a Dan Adams brace.

Both sides created early chances as Meta started the brighter, but Adams’ pace wreaked havoc and it took some outstanding goalkeeping from Meta’s Sam Short to keep the scores level as he thwarted two one-on-one opportunities.

Adams, however, broke the deadlock on 25 minutes with a deft finish and it then took some resolute defending from Farmers to hold on to the lead.

But their nerves were eased 10 minutes from time when George Hobden broke away and cut the ball back for Adams to grab his second and seal the victory.

The final on May 4 will be a repeat of the 2014 final.