Maidenhead Town top Thames Valley Premier League but Berks County beaten




The second match day of the Thames Valley Premier League saw six ties across the region on Saturday afternoon. Some teams playing their second match, others playing their first. Finchampstead remain the only club yet to kick off their season.

The first round of fixtures were played on Wednesday night and there is a round up here. Rob Davies has also written up a full interview with Woodcote boss Sam Tucker here.

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Newbury 2 Berks County 1

Newbury played much of the 90 minutes with 10 men yet still came away with all three points. Newbury were 2-0 up with 10 minutes remaining, a late Berks County rally wasn’t enough and the home side emerged with all three points.

Burghfield 0 Reading City U23 0

A goalless draw at Burghfield Rec earning both sides their first league points of the season.

Mortimer 1 Richings Park 1

Richings Park were leading 1-0 going into half-time, but a second half fightback saw the Villagers earn a 1-1 draw, both sides picking up their first points of the season.

Westwood Wanderers 0 Woodcote 1

A tight game at Westwood was decided by a 30th minute goal from Jake Dillon. Woodcote have now earned six point from six so far this season.

Wraysbury Village 0 Maidenhead Town 1

Maidenhead Town made it two wins out of two away games for their league campaign with a narrow win at the Memorial Ground in Wraysbury. The results leaves Town on top of the Thames Valley Premier League, at least until the fixtures on Wednesday evening.

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