Combined Counties Division One
WOODLEY UNITED picked up three points on the road with an impressive late win at Molesey.
With the scores level at 0-0 heading into the final five minutes of the game, the Kestrels found the winning touch when Connor Suckling’s shot took a deflection to find the net.
YATELEY UNITED collected a win and a clean sheet away at Rising Ballers Kensington.
Wokingham & Emmbrook v Edgware & Kingsbury Pictures: Andrew Batt
BERKS COUNTY defeated Spartans Youth 2-0 to win away from home.
Goals from Thurmwood and Hayden earned the Swords the points to put them into fourth after their first six matches.
EVERSLEY & CALIFORNIA added three more points to their tally with a home success against London Samurai Rovers.
The Boars overturned a one goal deficit at the break with goals from Cally Samuel and Kai Francis to take the win.
Combined Counties Premier North
WOKINGHAM & EMMBROOK collected their second league win of the season with a Friday night win against Edgware & Kingsbury.
The Sumas took the lead in the 30th minute through Cox, but Edgware quickly squared the game just five minutes after the opener.
Wokingham made a fast start to the second half when Alex Badshah headed the hosts back in front.
Jake Woods claimed his third assist of the night to set up Badshah who scored his second of the night to seal three points for the Sumas.
Thames Valley Premier League
READING YMCA grabbed three points in a thrilling seven goal contest at AFC Winkfield.
YMCA have won two and lost two of their opening four games after their 4-3 victory.
Windsor & Eton v Finchampstead Pictures: Andrew Batt
READING CITY U23s scored a stoppage time equaliser to claim a 4-4 draw at home to SB Phoenix.
Jakub Zmijewski and Nicholas Hefferman both scored for the Cityzens before Alfie Ward grabbed his second of the game in stoppage time to level the match.
BURGHFIELD lost out 3-2 at Slough Heating Laurencians as they suffered their first defeat of the campaign.
FINCHAMPSTEAD suffered a narrow defeat away at Windsor & Eton as they were dealt their first loss of the campaign.
Windsor took the points with a 3-2 success.