KAI Parton-Edey scored twice as AFC Aldermaston booked a place in the second round of the Berks and Bucks Trophy with a 2-0 win at Wallingford Town.

The Atom Men fielded a strong line up with Parton-Edey heading the attack after missing the previous game, pushing Thomas Etheridge into a back three and Callum Eaton to wing back.

Wallingford went against the thoughts of the Aldermaston team and started with a back four, but the away side dealt with the adjustment and played against it with absolute perfection.

Aldermaston started the game strong and played some lovely football moving the ball throughout the midfield and out to the wings.

Chace Jewell had without a doubt the best chance after he was slipped through one on one before being foiled by an onrushing Wallingford keeper.

Kieran Jennings made a big call in starting Parton-Edey upfront and it looked to pay off after some good work down the right hand side saw Eaton slip a ball to Liam Tackley, his assist allowed Parton-Edey to slot the ball home round the goalkeeper from the edge of the area.

Aldermaston did not rest on their laurels and barely gave Wallingford a sniff in the opening half.

Things were about to get even better when the visitors knocked the ball around chasing 'Wally' players before the ball fell to Parton-Edey once again on the edge of the box and he decided to provide the same finish with the opposite foot, into the opposite corner of the goal, giving AFC a healthy two goal advantage.

It could have been worse, when some link up play between Tackley and Parton-Edey saw a flick round the defender allowing Eaton through on goal, but he could only pull his shot just wide of the left hand post.

The second half provided a slightly different story with Wallingford coming out of the blocks and showing a little more enthusiasm than the opening 45 minutes.

The home team could not break down Aldermaston resistance and other than a single one-on-one which goalkeeper Callum Sangwell saved, it was just a succession of corners and long range efforts that Wally could produce.

Aldermaston had chances to finish the game off but Karl Hanks could not beat the goalkeeper after cutting inside and hitting a shot from the edge of the area.

The victory earned the Atom Men an away tie at Reading YMCA .

This weekend, Aldermaston are back in Hellenic League Division One East action at Holyport.