PREMIER Division leaders Crowthorne Inn romped to a 9-0 victory against a Golden Farmer Rangers side that appeared to already have one eye on a cup final.

Alex Gordon scored the pick of their goals with a 35-yard drive to put Crows 3-0 up within the first 16 minutes.

James King and Leon Mannion also grabbed a brace each with Harry Pangborn, Jonny Clifford, Taylor Elliott-Money and Liam Forde all adding to Gordon’s wonder goal.

FC Meta thrashed Twigg Vets 10-1, Garry Calloway with Vets’ consolation.

FC Fernhill are playing catch-up with seven games in a 19-day spell – but win them all and they can still claim the title.

They started in positive fashion by beating defending champions Finchampstead 3-0.

Fernhill are also due to meet Crowthorne Inn in the last game of the season for a potential title-decider Morale Madrid defeated Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW 6-2, Wayne Simpson with both W&E’s goals.

In Division One, a Luke Angel brace and a Toby Angel goal saw Raglan beat Loveman United 3-2 to close the gap on leaders WAB to three points with two games in hand. Ben Poynter hit both of Loveman’s goals.

Finchampstead Reserves remain fourth thanks to a 4-3 win at Winkfield FC. Will Bremner (2), Liam Matthews and Kwame Appiah netted Finch, while Brad Lyne, Lee Scott and Bernie McDonagh replied for Winks.

Ashridge Park traded places with bottom club Sandhurst FFC after a 3-0 defeat to their relegation rivals, while Hurricanes conceded the points to Berkshire All Stars as they failed to raise a side.

Woodley United are in the driving seat in Division Two after Luke Blakebrough ’s goal in their 1-0 home win over Warfield United.

Athletico Ascot beat AFC Crowthorne Reserves 4-1 to move up to second and two points behind the leaders, but having played a game more.

Braybrooke Athletic ended their season with a 3-3 draw at home to Newbold College, Christian Jones (2) and Solomon Fagbayi with Newbold’s goals.

Bracknell Athletic won 3-1 at bottom side Bracknell Saint-Germain.

Woodley Saints need five points from their last three games to secure the Division Three title after their 4-1 win at Bracknell Falcons.

Bracknell Corinthians are eight points behind Saints with just the one game in hand and four left to play, while Silver Birch moved up to third with a 3-0 win at home to WAB Reserves. Lee Kilmartin, Sipho Mphende and Owen Rich were on target for Birch.

In Division Four, third-placed Bracknell Royals drew 3-3 at Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves.

Crownwood Dukes won 2-0 at home to Whitegrove Pythons and FC Harmanswater beat Bracknell Titans 2-1 where player-manager Robbie Lemon notched Titans’ consolation.