John Swift among the goals as Maidenhead Town overcome Wargrave

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Maidenhead Town 3 Wargrave 1

Wargrave continue to impress after their promotion to the Premier League being only narrowly defeated by a strong Maidenhead Town team on Saturday. Former Berks County striker John Swift continued his excellent scoring record at Thames Valley Premier League level by netting in his third league game running, Jack Northway and an injury time strike from Harry Combe giving Town all three points.

Burghfield 4 Mortimer 0

A comfortable victory for home side Burghfield over local rivals Mortimer at the Recreation Ground. Four goals and four different goalscorers for Burghfield who now sit on top of the Thames Valley Premier League having won all of their three league games so far.

Action from Burghfield vs Mortimer. Photo: Steve Williams.
Action from Burghfield vs Mortimer. Photo: Steve Williams.

Marlow United 5 Windlesham & Chobham 2

An amazing four goal haul from James Przybylak was enough to hand United all three points on Saturday. Abdel El Jalaoui scored Marlow United’s other goal. It was a difficult day for Windlesham & Chobham but they did get on the scoresheet twice with goals from Andrew Juett and Ben Glassar.

Richings Park 2 Reading YMCA 0

Richings Park continued their good start to the season with a win over Reading YMCA who are still searching for their first win of the campaign.

Westwood Wanderers 4 Wraysbury 0

It was a resounding win for Wanderers at Theale Recreation ground on Saturday over Wraysbury. Goalscorers for the home side were Jason Badger, Daniel Nicholson, Ben Graham and Harrison Luffrum.

Woodley United Royals 2 Finchampstead 7

For the second weekend in a row Woodley United Royals conceded seven goals. This time however they did manage to get themselves on the scoresheet with a brace from Harvey Owen. Ethan Simons was the stand-out star for Finch netting a hat-trick, other names on the scoresheet included Dylan Chaffin, Alex Woodhead, Stephen Hunt and Nathan Roders.

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