COOKHAM Dean suffered a first Thames Valley League Premier Division home defeat of the season as they went down 4-1 to Newbury.

Brian Murphy was on target for the hosts, but goals from Russell Benham, Carl Jenner, Daniel Langford and Chris Collin did the damage.

Rock bottom Taplow United earned their first point of the season at the 12th time of asking with a 3-3 draw at Wraysbury Village.

Mike Wilson scored twice for the home side with substitute Sam Sillah also on target, while Ryan Moore bagged a brace and Alex Harvey added the other for Taplow.

In Division One second-placed FC Imaan Lions slipped to a 5-2 home defeat against the side one place below them in the table, Richings Park.

John Swift, Daniel Kruck, Ryan Edmunds, Charlie Vrogan and Tomas Kenton were all on the scoresheet for the visitors, while Aqeel and Ateeq Butt netted for Lions.

David Oliver and John Schaaf scored as Cookham Dean Reserves won 2-1 at Rotherfield United, Tom Candish with the hosts’ goal.

Sam Angel’s late goal grabbed glory for Maidenhead Town as they edged out Hurst 4-3.

It was his second goal of the game, with Jake Brooks and Mitchell Burley also on target for Town, while James Roxburgh-Smith and Peter Jones (two) replied for the away side.

Singh Sabha Slough were knocked out of the Maidenhead Norfolkians Senior Cup as they went down 5-3 against Reading YMCA.

Sabha started well and took the lead early on through Lewis Gratton, only for the Young Men to equalise almost immediately.

Gratton restored the lead before the hosts were dealt a major blow when goalkeeper Andrei Tonca was stretchered off with a suspected broken leg.

Slough began the second half well, and despite Hassan Monir missing a penalty, they went back in front through Pritpal Raju.

However, some defensive errors cost the hosts and YMCA completed victory.

Maidenhead Magpies crashed out of the Berkshire Trophy Centre Senior Cup as a Nick Payne double and goals from Luke and Sean Hanley fired Finchampstead tthrough, while in the Junior Cup, Steve Newell, Jonathon Palmer-Smith and Scott Cooper were among the goalscorers as Maidenhead Town Reserves won their derby 4-0 at Maidenhead Magpies Reserves.

Hurst A conceded their game at Richings Park Reserves.

Virginia Water

HELLENIC League Division One East side Virginia Water were knocked out of the Surrey Premier Cup with a 1-0 home defeat to Nottsborough on Wednesday night.

Ceri Jones’ side return to league action against leaders Bicester Town on Saturday (3pm).

Holyport are at home to Wokingham & Emmbrook (3pm).