Newbury Sunday League: OLA Prestige fire in three past Woolton Hill Argyle
OLA earned their second win of the season as they beat Woolton Hill Argyle 3-1 in the Newbury Sunday League Premier Division.
Ben Cookson netted a brace for the home side, including a superb strike from long distance, while Reece Randall was also on the score sheet.
Harry Monger did pull a goal back for Argyle to make the score 3-1 but, despite several strong saves from OLA keeper James Wilder, the hosts held on for the three points.
As a result, they moved level on points with their opponents and they have two games in hand.
Elsewhere in the division, league leaders Bucklebury secured another win as they beat AFC Hermitage 4-1.
Jack Fisher scored for Hermitage, but a Jake Allan hat-trick and a Jesse Bowers goal saw Bucklebury take all three points.
In Division 1, NWX FC maintained their three point lead at the top of the table after a 7-0 win over Furze Bush Inn.
Elsewhere, Cold Ash have continued their chase on the leaders as they beat AFC Bedwyn 2-1 while The White Hart Barbarians secured a 4-0 win over Newbury Bootleggers.
In the other games, Brimpton Rangers moved third after a 5-4 win over Berkshire Wanderers and Elm Park Athletic beat Black Horse 3-2.
Paggies Bar have moved into the quarter-finals of the Berks & Bucks Sunday Cup after a 1-0 win over Woodley.
With the game at 0-0 with minutes remaining, it looked like a penalty shootout was going to be required, but Paggies were awarded a late penalty kick after a foul in the box.
Terry Patton held his nerve to slot the ball into the bottom right-hand corner and send Paggies into the next round, where they will face either Burghfield or FC Bentons at home.