Westwood Wanderers return to summit of Thames Valley Premier League

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No game for Berks County meant Westwood Wanderers had the opportunity to return to the top of the Thames Valley Premier League and they certainly made the most of it.

Elsewhere, there was a heavy defeat for Woodley United Royals at home to Woodcote while FiB was in attendance as Mortimer beat Wraysbury 1-0.

Westwood Wanderers 3 Finchampstead 1

With league leaders Berks County with no game, Westwood had a chance to return to top spot. They took full advantage with goals from Ross Storrar, Scott Warwick and Alex Sergent handing them a 3-1 victory. Finch’s goal was scored by Ellis Willett.

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Cookham Dean 2 Richings Park 1

Cookham Dean’s excellent form continued with a 2-1 home victory over Richings Park. Dean are now pulling clear of bottom spot. You can read a match summary on the Cookham Dean website here.

Woodley United Royals 1 Woodcote 10

An afternoon to forget for Woodley United Royals who lost heavily to Woodcote. Six goals from Jake Dillon, a hat-trick from James Worsfold and a solitary strike from Josh Beisly saw Woodcote hit double figures. A consolation (if you can be consoled after losing so heavily) from Sam Guze was all Woodley had to show from the afternoon.

Gallery: A selection of images from the game are here

Maidenhead Town 0 Newbury 0

Maidenhead and Newbury couldn’t quite generate the goals that Woodcote managed on Saturday. An even game at Bisham Abbey saw both teams return with a point.

Mortimer 1 Wraysbury Village 0

A Carl Self penalty separated the sides at the Alfred Palmer Memorial Ground on Saturday. Mortimer had chances to extend their lead but the game ended with a home victory by one goal to nil.

Reading City U23 1 Burghfield 1

A late goal for Reading City’s Shane Gibson earned the home side a point against Burghfield. Karl Penhale scored the goal for the away side.

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