IVER Heath have become the third team from the East Berkshire League to reach the quarter-final of the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup this season, writes Rob Stevens.

Iver won 3-0 at Stokenchurch in round four of the competition with goals from Micky Mills, Jermaine Francis and Paolo Cicero on Saturday. There was also a star performance from Callum Hughes who stood in between the sticks and kept a clean sheet against opposition from the Hellenic League.

Iver Heath will make the short trip to league rivals Old Windsor, whilst fellow Premier Division club KS Gryf host Newport Pagnell Town Reserves in the last eight on Saturday 18th January.

Hype Train are in their first-ever season as a club but progressed into the quarter-final of the Berks & Bucks Junior Cup following a 1-0 home win against Hagbourne United Reserves. Leon Mannion scored the only goal in the tie inside the last five minutes.

Hype Train will continue their quest with a trip to Hanslope Reserves, whilst fellow East Berks club Burnham Village welcome Tattenhoe in the last eight on Saturday 25th January.

Old Windsor are out of the Slough Town Challenge Cup after a 2-0 defeat at home to Slough Heating Laurencians. The visitors won the quarter-final tie with goals either side of the break from Ellis Fuller and Lewis Pryke.

Burnham Village reached the semi-final in the Slough Town Junior Cup following their 3-1 win at league rivals AFC Winkfield, but Slough Heating Laurencians A failed to progress after a 2-1 defeat at home to Richings Park Reserves.

TWEET: Leon Mannion scores the only goal in the game as Hype Train beat Hagbourne United Reserves 1-0 in the Berks & Bucks Junior Cup. Tweet: Hype Train FC.

Slough Heating Laurencians Reserves consolidated fifth position in the Premier Division after a 2-1 home victory over bottom side AFC Cressex.

Hounslow Wanderers moved up one place to sixth position in Division One following their 3-1 win at home against bottom side Chalvey Sports A.

St Peters Iver leapfrogged Stoke Poges Saints into fourth spot after a 5-0 victory at home. Both Dan Seagrove and Patrick bagged a brace in the success with a further goal from Joe Watson.

Old Windsor Reserves moved up one place to second position in Division Two following a 2-1 win at promotion rivals Stoke Poges Saints Reserves. Simon Jackson scored one of the two goals for the winning side.

Berks Elite are right in the race for promotion in third spot after a 1-1 draw at home to Iver Heath Reserves, who stand in sixth place but with games in hand on all the sides above them.

Eton Wick moved into the top five with a 4-1 victory at third-bottom Barton Rovers.