PREMIER Division action took a back seat to the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup on Saturday, with City Colts losing 2-0 away at Mursley United.
Sat second in the table with four wins from five games, Colts gave their South Midlands League opponents a good run for their money, but ultimately came up short.
Great Horwood top the Premier table with a 100 per cent record, but they also went out at the first round stage, losing 2-1 to top tier rivals Grendon Rangers.
The cup also brought a nine-goal thriller as Loughton Manor lost out to Pitstone & Ivinghoe, while MK Titans lost 7-2 to Hale Leys United and Olney Town won 5-0 at Thornborough.
Bow Brickhill are sitting pretty at the top of the Intermediate Division table as they maintained their 100 per cent start to the season with a 6-1 beating of Wolverton Town Res.
Elsewhere Woburn Sands Wanderers lost 5-4 at Buckingham Town Res, while Wicken Sports and AFC Santander drew 2-2.
They are clearly doing something right at Bow Brickhill as the club’s reserves are also flying – sat top of Division One with a 100 per cent record of their own from six games.
Their latest three points came with a 4-2 win at Syresham Res, while Bletchley Bridge crashed 7-1 to Deanshanger, Cage Athletic were 9-3 winners over Woughton, Stoke Hammond lost 3-1 to Charlton & District, Olney beat University of Buckingham 3-1, and Wicken Sports Res went down 3-2 to Southcott Village.
Stantonbury Social Elite remain top of Division Two, with their latest win coming 4-2 against Steeple Claydon – making it five out of five.
Come MK also boast a 100 per cent record – albeit from four games – after they saw off Yardley Gobion Res 6-0.
MK Wanderers ‘A’ sit third in the table after their 9-0 demolition of Westbury, Scot beat Marsh Gibbon Res 2-0, and St George’s beat Padbury Village Res 6-2.