There were wins for Finchampstead, Sandhurst Town and Woodley United in the Berks & Bucks FA County Intermediate Cup on Saturday but AFC Aldermaston exited the competition and Wokingham & Emmbrook drew in one of only two league fixtures.
Woodley continued their fine recent form thrashing Flackwell Heath Reserves 4-1.
Fresh Prince scored twice in the first half as he cut inside from the left to score before he met Danny Horscroft’s cross to extend the advantage bit Adam Milligan reduced arrears before the break.
Adam Nditi restored the two goal cushion in the second period before he unselfishly set up Charlie Oakley in injury time to make sure of the win.
Finchampstead were too strong from FC Titans as they romped to a 4-0 victory whilst Sandhurst Town saw off Thames Valley League side Mortimer by the same margin.
Sadly, AFC Aldermaston found Abingdon United too strong and they exited the cup following a 4-2 defeat.
Wokingham & Emmbrook were in league action and they drew 1-1 at home against Chinnor but they could have had all three points.
New signing Tom Williams put the Sumas one up as he converted a penalty after the visitors handled inside the box but Mark Jones ensured the sides entered the break on level terms.
Williams had a chance to win the match when Darren Thorne was fouled to give the hosts a second penalty of the match but unlike his first half effort, Williams sent his spot-kick over the crossbar.
The full results featuring Division One East clubs from the weekend are:
BBFA County Intermediate Cup Second Round
AFC Aldermaston 2-4 Abingdon United
Faringdon Town 1-3 Didcot Town Reserves
Finchampstead 4-0 FC Titans
Holyport 1-3 Risborough Rangers
Penn & Tylers Green 3-0 Frilsham & Yattendon
Sandhurst Town 4-0 Mortimer
Wantage Town Reserves 0-7 Milton United
Woodley United 4-1 Flackwell Heath Reserves
Bluefin Sports Hellenic Challenge Cup
Hook Norton 2-4 Rayners Lane
Uhlsport Hellenic League Division One East
Bicester Town 2-1 Chalfont Wasps
Wokingham & Emmbrook 1-1 Chinnor
Main image: Harry Swabey against FC Titans by Mark Pugh.