A Nathan Lishman double helped Premier Division table-toppers Cookham Dean extend their advantage at the summit to seven points following a routine 5-0 triumph at Reading City U23, Paolo Cicero, Jack Alder and Joseph Newman with the other goals.

Wraysbury Village overcame the sending off of Chris Randall to secure a 3-1 victory against Westwood United, Tom White, Sean Hill and Cameron Hughes with the goals.

In Division One, Mitchell Burley grabbed a hat-trick to guide second-placed Maidenhead Town to a convincing 5-0 triumph at Cookham Dean Reserves, Jake Wheeler and substitute Josh Trayte with the other goals.

Third-placed Woodcote Stoke Row Reserves suffered a horrific day at the office as they were thumped 7-1 at home by Maidenhead Town Reserves in Division Two.

Daryll Wearn bagged a brace for the visitors, with Aaron Keenan, Matt Clarke and substitutes Callum Willis, Kieran North and Nathan Harrowell also finding the back of the net.

Justin Trow grabbed a late consolation for the hosts.

Goals from Ed Ardill and Dan Houseman lifted Goring United out of the relegation zone following their 2-1 victory against Richings Park Reserves.

In Division Four, AFC Corinthians A drew 2-2 with Phoenix Old Boys Reserves.

Tom Nower and Leslie Sackie found the back of the net to fire Berks County into the semi-finals of the Berkshire Trophy Centre Senior Cup with a 2-0 home win against Richings Park, while Reading YMCA Rapids advanced in the Maidenhead Norfolkian Intermediate Cup following a 2-1 success against Phoenix Old Boys,

In the Reading Jubilee Cup, Twyford & Ruscombe beat Taplow United A 4-1 on penalties following a 2-2 draw.

A late Sam Hickman effort helped Twyford force extra time after Jack Smillie had scored early in the first half for the hosts, Bhurinder Bhangoo and Jonathan Parker having netted for Taplow.

Jack Sanderson scored for Datchet Village, but they suffered Berks & Bucks Junior Cup semi-final agony with a 2-1 home reverse against Willen.