Westwood Wanderers head the Thames Valley Premier League table following a win at Woodley United Royals, making up their game in hand over previous leaders Berks County who were without a game.
Newbury also picked up three points and could well be the division’s dark horses with at least four games in hand over the four sides above them in the table.
The West Berkshire sides win ended resurgent Mortimer’s brilliant nine match unbeaten run – eight games of which were wins.
Thames Valley Premier League top scorers:
- Ross Storrar (Westwood Wanderers) 13
- Dylan Chaffin (Woodley United Royals) 7
- Robert Ellis (Windlesham United) 7
- Sean Hanley (Berks County) 7
- James Payne (Finchampstead) 7
- Jake Wheeler (Maidenhead Town) 7
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Finchampstead 4 Cookham Dean 3
A seven goal thriller at the Memorial Ground saw Finch take all three points in this Premier Division clash. Finchampstead were 4-0 up after an hour, but a spirited comeback from bottom of the table Dean worried the home side, however Finch held on to take all three points.
Finch’s goals were scored by Pritchard, Dow, Finch and Willett. Dean’s goalscorers were Lishman with a brace and Alder.
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Mortimer 1 Newbury 2
Newbury emerged victorious at Mortimer on Saturday. They have now won seven of the eight league games they’ve played this season. Newbury are now eight points behind leaders Westwood Wanderers but have five games in hand.
Reading City U23 1 Maidenhead Town 1
A perhaps unsurprising result on Saturday as two clubs equal on league points met in Reading. Maidenhead took the lead but a late strike from Reading City U23 saw the game end all square. Reading City U23 in third place lead Maidenhead Town by virtue of goal difference.
Windlesham United 3 Woodcote 1
Robert Ellis, Alex Fettes and Sam Roberts were the goalscorers for United who defeated Woodcote on Saturday.
Woodley United Royals 0 Westwood Wanderers 2
Top of the table Wanderers defeated Woodley by two goals to nil on Saturday. Alex Sergent netting Westwood’s second from the penalty spot.
Slough Town Premier Cup
Wraysbury Village 2 Richings Park 3 (AET)
An excellent game at Wraysbury in the Slough Town Premier Cup went into extra-time. Richings Park emerged victorious and head into the next round.
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