JUDE van Spall and Marco De Sousa netted for Premier Division table-toppers Reading City U23 as they overcame Wraysbury Village 2-1, substitute Darren Kuti with the consolation.

Maidenhead Town played out an entertaining 3-3 draw with Richings Park.

Aleksandar Yankov, Mitchell Burley and Cameron Netherwood-Meek netted for Town, with the replies coming from Daniel Sanchez, John Swift and Billy Hanley.

In-form Sam Wild struck a brilliant hat-trick as Wargrave climbed to the top of Division One following an 8-3 demolition of Slough Heating Laurencians.

Stuart Moss also bagged a brace for the hosts, with their other goals coming from Joe Wigmore, Callum Hunter and replacement Graham Bettes.

Uchenna Ojukwu, Henry Bailey and Rob Smith were on target for the away side.

Jack Alder and Xavier Ettiene got the goals as Cookham Dean Reserves defeated Rotherfield United 2-0, while in Division Two, a Sean Kelly double and a Jack Smillie strike gave Twyford & Ruscombe a 3-0 success against Phoenix Old Boys.

Simon Foster netted for Richings Park Reserves in their 1-1 draw with Windlesham United Reserves.

In Division Three, Ala Alwiesi and Gavin Robson struck for Phoenix Old Boys Reserves in their 2-2 draw at home to Taplow United Development, Mohammed Kabir and Fred Kirby replying for the visitors.

Taplow United Vets enjoyed a 3-0 success at Phoenix Old Boys Development off the back of a Bhurinder Bhangoo brace and a Luke Molloy strike in Division Four.

Datchet Village crashed out of the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup 4-1 at Old Windsor, while goals from Peter Jones, Joe Burke and Jordan Rowland were not enough for Hurst Reserves as they departed the Junior Cup 5-3 at Iver Heath Reserves.

Marlow United Reserves defeated Saint Peters Iver 3-1 and Maidenhead Town A exited the competition 4-1 at Haddenham United Reserves despite Callum Curran getting on the scoresheet.

Farnham Royal Mavericks progressed to the third round after Langley conceded their game.