WINDSOR have moved up one place to third position in Trysports Division One after a Maxine Bonnage hat-trick helped them to a 3-1 win at Reading Riots on Saturday.

In-form Bonnage ran amok against the hosts and gave the keeper no chance by finding the far corner of the goal three times.

Precision finishing made for a comfortable scoreline for Windsor but Reading put up a terrific fight and made them work hard for the result.

Never out of the game, Reading got a consolation goal but a ruthless edge and player-of-the-match performance from Bonnage was the difference.

Windsor host second-in-the-table Wallingford 2s this Saturday (2pm).

Division Four leaders Sonning 4s broke the hearts of the Windsor second team when ending their winning run after a 2-1 away victory last weekend.

Sonning remain unbeaten in 13 league games this season and were in no mood to give away the three points.

Windsor were the more nervous starters while the visitors settled in the top-of-the-table-clash and scored early on.

The second Sonning goal, also from a well-worked orchestrated short corner, kick-started the Windsor comeback.

The galvanised team pushed further up the pitch in the second-half and, in the move of the match, Minerva Christiaan-Rakus played a quick ball to Paula Green in space on the left.

A perfectly-weighted cross-field pass from Green put Lucy Smith through for a one-on-one chance with the keeper.

A composed Smith drew the goalie out to commit and then left her sprawling as she dinked past and slipped the ball into the net.

Windsor then camped in the Sonning half but a little bit of luck eluded them and they could not find another goal to claw back a point.

Windsor remain in second position in the league table but now five points behind leaders Sonning ahead of a visit from eighth-placed Harlow-High Wycombe this Saturday.

Windsor men turned their fortunes around to seal three wins in three games with goals galore in the Middx, Berks, Bucks & Oxon League.

The first team won 4-3 in a seven-goal thriller at Wycombe 3s with Marcus Barrow-Marques, Charles Lambert, Ali Parkes and Sean Wright.

The win means Windsor stand in third position in Division Two ahead of a visit from fourth-placed Thame this Saturday.

Windsor 2s trounced bottom side Sonning 4s 6-0 at home with Paul Hayes bagging a hat-trick. Tom Everton netted twice with Mindaugas Spalgenas also scoring.

Windsor are now in third position in Division Five and visit second-bottom Aylesbury 3s this Saturday.

The third team beat rivals Slough Swifts 3-0 away to go seventh in Division Six ahead of a visit from Ashford 3s on Saturday.