Dunlop delivers in Windsor draw as Newbury and Thatcham unbeaten on Saturday
Newbury and Thatcham Hockey Club celebrated an undefeated Saturday, winning five of their eight games and drawing the other three.
The men's second team came from 2-0 down to rescue a point at home to Windsor.
Goals from Cameron Dunlop and Joe Ruggiero helped the hosts battle back to secure a 2-2 draw, making it two games unbeaten in the South Central Men's Division Two North.
The men's third team were the weekend's biggest winners, thrashing South Central Men's Division 4 North bottom side Slough 7-1.
Francois Kilian scored his seventh and eight goals of the season, Ben Cook was also at the double and there was a goal each for Ben Grindley, Henry Durie and Mark Ferguson for the home side, who made it seven wins in the last eight and are up to fourth in the league table.
The fourth team were also emphatic winners, thumping Amersham and Chalfont 5-1.
The men arrived in Buckinghamshire off the back of two successive wins and the free-scoring fourths made it three in a row thanks to a brace from Andy Hastings and goals from Aleksey Storchak, Chris Obin and Ollie Pace.
The men's masters made it back-to-back 5-0 wins following a demolition of Salisbury Over-40s.
In-form Hugh Thompson scored twice and Johnny Neil, Pete Smith and Wayne Earl all struck as the veterans stormed to a superb win.
The men's sixth team extended their unbeaten run to three matches following an impressive 2-2 draw with the fifths in an inter-club friendly.
David Short scored twice for the sixths, who return to league action with the visit of South Central Men's Division 3 Thames second-placed side Marlow at the weekend.
The ladies were equally impressive.
Rachel Mulvany scored four times as the second team trounced Amersham and Chalfont 5-0, winning for the first time in six games.
Rhiann Simm was also on target for the ladies, who will be looking to build on the weekend when they welcome South Central Women's Division One Thames leaders Windsor in two week's time.
The third team made it two clean sheets in a row following a 1-0 win over Wycombe.
Katy Hall scored the winning goal for the thirds, who have won three of their last five and sit sixth in the South Central Women's Division Two Thames table ahead of a trip to fifth-placed Wallingford on Saturday.
The Women's fourth team also kept it tight at the back but were made to settle for a point in a 0-0 draw with Amersham and Chalfont 6th.
It was the first time the ladies had failed to win since the middle of October, having won nine on the bounce prior to the weekend.
Newbury and Thatcham are two points behind South Central Women's Division Three Thames leaders Windsor, although the second-placed side have a game in hand on their title rivals.
It wasn't quite an unbeaten weekend for the club, as the men's third team suffered a narrow 1-0 defeat at the hands of South Berkshire 3rd on Sunday.