CHALVEY Sports are out of the Hellenic League Challenge Cup this season after a 6-1 defeat at Binfield on Monday night, writes Rob Stevens.

A goal from Bryan Taylor gave The Stabmonks the lead inside nine minutes of the third round tie at Stubb's Lane, but strikes from Sean Moore and Asa Povey meant the home side led at the break.

Binfield ensured their progress in the competition with goals in the second half from Jemel Johnson, Josh Howell, Moore and Danny Horscroft.

Chalvey Sports return to action with a trip to Cookham Dean from the Thames Valley Premier League in round two of the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy on Saturday 12th October.

Holyport also exited the Challenge Cup following their 5-4 defeat at Reading City in round three on Monday night.

Goals from McKoy Palmer and Steve Lee gave Reading a clear lead at Rivermoor before Andy Forisky pulled one back for Port, but Kai Stubbs-Alleyne scored again for the home side before the break.

Holyport levelled the scores at 3-3 in the second half thanks to a Fabian Driffill brace and then got their noses in front when Forisky bagged his second goal of the cup tie.

Reading however fought back to win the nine-goal thriller as Palmer scored twice more inside the last 10 minutes to complete his hat-trick.

Holyport return to action in Hellenic Division One East with a Summerleaze derby against tennants and rivals Langley this Saturday (3pm).

Langley remain second from bottom in the league table after a 5-0 defeat at home against Marlow United on Tuesday night.

A goal from Chris Hurst gave Marlow a narrow lead heading into the break at Summerleaze. Hurst scored twice more to complete his hat-tick in the second-half with further goals from JC Etienne and Lucas.