STEVE Turner believes that Datchet Village Reserves produced their best football of the season to beat Crowthorne 5-0 in the Berks & Bucks Sunday Junior Cup.

Jem Hussain scored a hat-trick in the third round tie while Jack Body netted twice at the Datchet Village Recreation Ground.

Speaking to the Observer, Datchet manager Turner said: “It was another good result but a bit more comfortable than the last round.

“In the first 20 minutes it was a tight game and our first goal was against the run of play, but it was quite comfortable after that. The first goal was probably our Goal of the Season so far.

“We kept the pressure on and again our fitness told because we came out strong in the second-half.

“It was such a good performance because Crowthorne are not a bad side at all. They’re probably the best we’ve played all season but they caught us on the wrong day. We’ve been playing really well lately.”

Datchet will play at home in round four to the winners of Sandhurst and Raglan, and Turner said: “We’re still going strong and at home again in the next round which is a big advantage to us.

The Reserves team, currently fourth in Division Two, return to league action with a trip to eighth-placed Swans this Sunday (10.30am).

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