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Coleshill Reserves shock Saxton Reserves to reach final. (
Division Five Coleshill United Reserves booked their place in the AG Kingham Cup Final when they beat Division Three Saxton Rovers Reserves by a narrow 3-2 victory on the Steventon Green. In windy conditions Coleshill made the better start to the game and took the lead as early as the sixth minute with their first real chance of the game when Mathew Bugden put over a cross which was headed out to the edge of the area where it was met by Jack Pedder who half volleyed the ball past Saxton Keeper Ashley Brown and into the bottom corner of the net. Then moments later Coleshill’s Josh Coombe found himself in space ran and beat his defender and fired his shot just wide of the Saxton far post with Brown rotted to the spot. Then on the twenty minute mark a bit of controversy came into the game when Coleshill’s Jordan Clark was put through on the Saxton right but was brought down just outside the area by the advancing Brown as Clark took his shot with Saxton defenders close by but referee Phil Rose deemed it was only a yellow card offence which made the Coleshill supporters outraged by the decision especially when Coleshill’s Kalem Marsh fired the resulting free kick high and wide. Then Saxton pulled level moments later with their first real attack when Liam Smith was put through down the Coleshill left and his low cross was met at the near post by Harry Winn who turned it past the diving Adam Legg and into the back of the Coleshill net. Then just before half time Coleshill produced two half chances with the first when Marsh and Coombe linked up well from a short corner which Brown saved well at this near post and then in the dying minutes of the half Coleshill had a corner from Marsh met at the near post which was cleared off the line and to safety. Coleshill started the second half with a bang when Marsh floated a free kick to the far post where it was met by the head of Pedder which was saved by Brown but rebounded into the path of Bugden who smashed the ball into the roof of the net to give Coleshill the lead. Then minutes later Marsh and Pedder linked up again but Brown came to Saxton rescue by saving low down from a loose ball fired in by Tom Steele from the edge of the six yard box. Saxton were struggling to get a foot in the game but did have an opening on the hour mark when a free kick from Luke Dewar was met by Niall Hodgkins but his header went inches wide of the far post when in a good position. Saxton then created two good chances firstly Hodgkins fired wide from close range when challenged and moments later Max Shepherd saw hit cross bounce off the top of the Coleshill crossbar and out to safety. Then as Saxton were looking to level the scores they were caught on the break when Antione Semenyo was put through on the right and his low cross was met at the near post by Clark who fired it past Browne to put Coleshill 3-1 up. Saxton responded well and pulled a goal back with ten minutes left when Smith fired over a cross which was met by the head of Hodgkins who headed past Legg and in to the far corner of the Coleshill net. Saxton pushed forward to look to level the scores and Dewar fired over from ten yards when in a good position and in the dying minutes Shepherd hit his snap shot over the bar when unchallenged as time ran out for the Division Three outfit as Coleshill held on to produce a mini shock and will now meet Grove Reserves in the final.
AG Kingham Cup Semi Final.
Division Five Grove Rangers Reserves overcame a stubborn ten man Division Four Long Wittenham Reserves team thanks to two goals by Matt Hammond to reach the AG Kingham Cup Final. Already depleted thanks to first team call ups Long Wittenham were then further hampered when two players failed to turn up meaning they had to play the whole game with just ten men. Despite this they put in a tremendous performance and with a little bit more composure and a bit of luck could of quite easily have come away with a better result. A disputed penalty converted by Matt Hammond had given Grove a half time lead and after Long Wittenham had a header rebounded off the bar and then striker Callum Bowler blazed over when everyone expected him to score it was then Grove who added to their lead thanks to a fine header from Hammond to put the game out of reach and book their place in the final.
North Berks Charity Shield Quarter Final.
Division Two Westminster continued where they left off last week when booking their place in the War Memorial Final when they beat Division One Long Wittenham 4-2 after extra time at Netherton Road thanks to two goals apiece from Harry Ackland and Simon Joyce with Wittenham replying through Steve Malloy and Sam McDermaid.
Kintbury Rangers who were recently defeated in the Bucks&Bucks semi-final and then last week went out of the charity Shield quarter final were again on the receiving end this week when they travelled to Mill Lane and went down by a hard fought 4-3 against East Hendred. Matty Cramp scored two goals for Hendred with Chris Whitworth and Bill McDonald also finding the net whilst Kintbury scored through a Charlie Allsop double and a Toby Bridges strike. Stanford-in-the-Vale got back to winning ways when they beat basement team Lambourn Sports 4-0 thanks to a Callum McCormack hat-trick with David Griffin also finding the net with Lambourn’s
Hungerford Swifts went six points clear and kept their one hundred percent record intact with a narrow 2-1 victory over Harwell Village with goals from Luke Johnson and Alex Smith with Ross Tyler replying for Harwell. Kintbury Reserves and Hanney United claimed a point a piece in a high scoring 3-3 draw with Kintbury scoring through a Craig Bruce double with Mickey Annetts also finding the net whilst Andy Hope, Matt Woodside and Sam Bishop scored for the visitors but Kintbury’s cause had not being made easy when they had two players red carded during the match. Dorchester got back to winning ways after last week’s heavy defeat when they travelled to Tucker Park and posted a fine 4-1 victory over Faringdon Reserves with Ben Parry scoring twice with Jordan Lyne and Tom Nicholls also finding the net whilst Ian Ward scored for the home side.
Benson Lions went top of the league for the first time this season when they thumped Compton 6-0 thanks to two goals Jordan Jones with further goals coming from Luke Linstead, Luke Vincent, Lee Dixon and Jack Walsh. Watlington came away from the top of the table clash with Ardington with a narrow 3-2 victory thanks to two goals from Edgar Garces with Ben Little also finding the net whilst Jamie Wilkins and Oliver O’Hanlon scored for Ardington.Wallingford Town Reserves travelled to Marcham and posted a fine 3-1 victory thanks to goals from Harry Voice, Tom Davies and Patrick Issitt whilst Stuart Armstrong scored for Marcham.Grove Rangers travelled to Uffington United and posted a thumping 7-3 victory thanks to a Jamie Wilkins hat-trick with Mark Reid scoring twice and Jason McDowell and Josh Giles also scoring whilst Pete Byrne scored twice and Josh Giles replied for Uffington.
League leaders Blewbury suffered only their second league defeat of the season when they went down by a narrow 3-2 defeat against Drayton with Drayton scoring through a Carl Bolton double with Nathan Merry also scoring whilst Arran Gray scored both goals for Blewbury. Burghclere Reserves moved within three points of the leaders when they posted a fine 4-2 victory over Berinsfield Reserves thanks to a Joe Stockwell double with Cian Weedon and Dean Stockwell also scoring whilst Mark Ingram and Tony Beechers scored for Berinsfield. Coleshill United moved into fourth place in the table when they beat Dorchester Reserves by a fine 6-2 victory with Josh Head scoring twice with Adam Sly, Adam Clarke, Ryan Musket and Dan Kingsley also scoring whilst Asha Townsend and Matty Brown scored for Dorchester. North Oxford Reserves kept up the pressure at the top with posting a fine 7-4 victory over Stanford Reserves with Chris Williams claiming a four timer with Tony Njogu, Fred Kamale and Ryan Davies also finding the target whilst Stanford replied though a Ryan Bradbury double with Adam Finney and Kane Harding also finding the net.
Wallingford Town A continued to put the pressure on the leaders at the top when they beat Hanney 66 Club 6-1 with Charlie Silkstone claiming two goals with Jamie Newport, Howard Hawkins, Josh Burtenshaw and Joe Barrett also scoring whilst Hanney’s goal came from an own goal from Chris Allum.Faringdon Town A moved into third place in Division Five when they posted a fine 7-1 victory over bottom of the league Uffington United Reserves with Jason Evans claiming a four timer with Derren Harrington, Jack Green and McCauley Luckett-Goves also finding the target.Steventon Reserves continued where they left off last week and claimed another three points this time when they travelled to Sutton Courtenay Reserves and posted a hard fought 3-2 victory thanks to two goals from Justin Robinson with Nathan Page also scoring whilst Mason Churton and Rhys Griffiths scored for Sutton Courtenay.
Roll of Honour
Grove Reserves and Coleshill Reserves meet in Kingham Cup Final.
Hungerford Swifts go six points clear in Division Two
Benson Lions hit six and are new leaders of Division Three.
Grove Rangers hit seven at Uffington United.
North Oxford Reserves hit seven against Stanford Reserves.
Coleshill United hit Dorchester Reserves for six.
Wallingford Town A hit six against Hanney 66 Club.
Faringdon Town A hit seven against Uffington Reserves.
Callum McCormack hits a hat-trick for Stanford-in-the-Vale
Jason Evans hits a four timer for Faringdon Town A
Jamie Wilkins hits a hat-trick for Grove Rangers.
Chris Williams hits a four timer for North Oxford Reserves.
Allsop double puts Kintbury in final (
Kintbury Rangers Reserves reached the final of the Nairne Paul Trophy after an extra time semi-final 3-2 victory over their local rivals Burghclere Reserves .Burghclere opened the scoring when Ethan Weedon slotted home after a neat build up as early as the tenth minute but Kintbury levelled the scores on the half hour mark thanks to their prolific goal scorer Charlie Allsop. Burghclere then came close to regaining the lead just before half time when Cian Weedon’s shot rebounded off the post. The second half was very similar to the first half with both sides evenly matched but Kintbury snatched the lead on the hour mark when Luke Grant capitalised over some hesitations between the Burghclere keeper and his defence but Burghclere were not to be denied and eventually equalised with five minutes remaining through Joe Stockwell. Then in extra time with the two sides looking for that one opening Kintbury’s Charlie Allsop was put through on goal and he kept a calm head to slot the ball past Kevin Butler in the Burghclere goal and to clinch a cup final place against Lambourn Reserves.
Lambourn Reserves took on Dorchester Reserves who had made it to this stage of the competition without kicking a ball but found Lambourn too good on the day with Lambourn eventually coming away with a 2-0 victory thanks to James Coyle and Dan Glozier.
North Berks Charity Shield Quarter Final
Division One Burghclere proved too strong for Division Two North Oxford when they booked their place in the semi final when they posted a fine 3-0 victory thanks to two goals from Ben Wickens with George Holland also finding the net and Burghclere will now go on to meet Saxton Rovers in the next round.
Saxton Rovers returned back to the top of the table when they beat Kintbury Rangers 3-0 at Caldecott Road thanks to two second half goals from leading scorer Tom Stanley with Daniel Parry also finding the target.
Hungerford Town Swifts remained unbeaten and moved nine points clear at the top of the league when they thumped Faringdon Reserves 7-0 with George Smith claiming a hat-trick with Luke Johnson bagging a brace whilst further goals came from Dan Chamberlain and Nigel Head. Second placed Steventon lost ground on the leaders when they came away from Westminster with a 2-1 defeat with Harry Ackland scoring both goals for Westminster whilst Engeli Zeneli scored for Steventon.There were goals galore at Hanney United when they were on the wrong end of a 4-3 score line against Harwell Village with Paul Powell, Wayne Robins, Gareth Bertram and Jonathan Eudell all finding the target for Harwell whilst a James Bishop double and Chris Hunt found the net for Hanney.Sutton Courtenay posted a narrow 1-0 victory over Dorchester at the Sutton Courtenay Recreation Ground with Matt Payne scoring the only goal of the game.
Watlington Town went top of Division Three when they won the top of the table clash against Benson Lions posting a fine 3-1 victory after coming back from a goal down with Watlington scoring through William Wright, Adam Holloway and Dom Selwood whilst Luke Vincent scored for Benson. Wallingford Town Reserves maintained their fine run of form with a narrow 1-0 victory over Marcham with Camden Laver scoring the bicycle kick winner. Compton bounced back from last week’s heavy defeat when they posted a 2-0 victory over basement side Highworth Development with Jack Fisher and Jack Baker finding the net.
Coleshill United produced a fine performance when coming away from league leaders Blewbury with a 5-1 victory which moves them into second place in the table with Coleshill scoring through a James Tranter double with Jordan Mundy, Adam Clarke and Dan Kingsley also hitting the target whilst Arran Gray scored for Blewbury.Long Wittenham Reserves got back to winning ways after last week’s cup exit with a 2-0 victory over Stanford Reserves with Callum Bowler and Will Houseman scoring the Wittenham goals.
Grove Reserves maintained their one hundred percent league record when they travelled to Fawler Road and posted a fine 5-0 victory with Steve Pyne,James Manning, Matt Hammond, Luke Alder and Eammon McGowan all finding the net.Coleshill United Reserves who are now on a twelve match unbeaten run stayed in third place in the league with a hard fought 3-2 victory over Hanney 66 Club with Matt Lawson scoring twice and Tom Steele finding the target whilst Luke Ulyatt and Michael Catherall scoring for Hanney.Marcham Reserves got back to winning ways with a bang when they recorded a fine 7-0 victory over Cumnor Minors with Leighton Jackson claiming a hat-trick with further goals coming from Tom Faulkner, Danny Bond, Leroy Muambe and Michael Allen-Bloomfield.Steventon Reserves moved away from the relegation battle with a 2-1 victory over Didcot Eagles with Paul Styman and Nathan Page scoring for Steventon whilst Mark Randall scored the Didcot consolation.
Roll of Honour
Kintbury Reserves and Lambourn Reserves meet in Nairne Paul cup final
Saxton Rovers go top of Division One
Watlington Town go top of Division Three
Hungerford and Grove Reserves maintain one hundred percent league records.
Marcham Reserves hit seven against Cumnor
George Smith hits a hat-trick for Hungerford
Leighton Jackson hits a hat-trick for Marcham Reserves.
Clark fires Coleshill into the final (
Coleshill United Reserves made their second final of the season when they travelled to the Bodkins Sports Ground and came away with a hard fought 2-1 victory over Wallingford Town A. In very blustery conditions both sides found it very hard to get a foot in the game and the only notable chance in the early exchanges was when Coleshill’s Antione Semenyo beat the offside trap but was foiled by Wallingford’s keeper Garry Clark when Semenyo’s shot was saved by Clark’s head. Wallingford’s first real chance came around the half hour mark when Jamie Newport floated a fine cross over but Alvaro Ferrer-Bonsoms could only head over from close range when challenged. Then with minutes remaining Wallingford took the lead when Newport gathered the ball inside the Coleshill half and turned his defender to then fire past Adam Legg in the Coleshill goal and into the far corner of the net. Then with time added on Newport had a great chance to double the lead when he gathered the ball on the edge of the Coleshill box and chipped the onrushing Legg only to see his effort bounce off the top of the bar and to safety. The second half began and Coleshill came out all guns blazing and gained a penalty when Josh Coombe was brought down inside the box but Tom Steele stepped up only to see his effort rebound off the bar. But it was not long before Coleshill levelled the scores when they were awarded a free kick just outside the box and Kalem Marsh hit his shot which took a wicked defection off the wall and wrong footed Clark and nestled into he far corner of the Wallingford net. Then Coleshill had further chances to score with a Marsh volley which just went wide and Coombe who fired over when in a good position. Wallingford were struggling against the elements as Coleshill pushed forward and Semenyo was put through on goal with ten minutes remaining only to see his shot rebound off the post. Then with extra time looming Coleshill finally made all their possession pay off when a long ball wind assisted bounced over the Wallingford defence for Jordan Clark to run on to and he kept a cool head to slide the ball past Clark and into the far corner of the net. Then in the dying minutes Legg made a fine point blank save to maintain the lead and to see Coleshill home to the final whistle where they will now meet Burghclere Reserves in the final.
North Berks League Cup Semi Final
Burghclere Reserves travelled to Fawler Road and booked their place in North Berks League Cup Final when they posted a fine 4-0 victory over Steventon Reserves thanks to a hat-trick from Cian Weedon with John Taylor also finding the target where they will now go on to meet Coleshill Reserves in the final.
Wallingford Town ended their league season with a victory when they came away from Burghclere with a 2-0 victory thanks to goals from Charlie Silkstone and Bradley Charmers.Kintbury Rangers got back to winning ways when they claimed a narrow 1-0 victory over Stanford-in-the-Vale with Charlie Allsop claiming the only goal of the game. East Hendred moved up into sixth place in the table when they posted a 2-0 victory over Lambourn Sports with both goals coming from Steve Vaux.
Hungerford Swifts maintain their unbeaten league record and moved twelve points clear at the top of the table when they posted a fine 4-0 victory over Hanney United thanks to a Luke Johnson double whilst Liam Thorn and Dan Chamberlain also found the target. Two goals from Paul Churchouse and a Garth Fenton strike helped Harwell Village claim a fine 3-1 victory over Sutton Courtenay with Matt Payne scoring the visitors consolation. North Oxford put last week’s cup exit firmly behind them when they came away from Steventon with a 4-2 victory thanks to goals from Dale Cameron, Ryan Macer, Aaron Andrews and Dean Boyles with Kevin Scott and Engli Zeneli scored for Steventon.
Watlington Town were crowned champions of Division Three when they travelled to Wallingford Town Reserves and claimed a hard fought 3-2 victory thanks to goals from Alex B’Layachi, William Wright and a late winner scored by Ollie Lynch whilst Peter McLaughlin and Samuel Hazell scored for Wallingford. Uffington leapfrogged Marcham in the league when they posted a fine 3-1 victory thanks to two goals from Pete Byrne with Sean Rose also hitting the target whilst Damien Perks scored for Marcham. Grove Rangers continued where they left off last week and claimed all three points with a narrow 3-2 victory over Saxton Reserves with Mark Reid claiming all three goals for Grove whilst Michael Smith and Dale Truby scored for Saxton.
Leaders Blewbury got back to winning ways and maintained their two point cushion with a thumping 7-1 victory over North Oxford Reserves thanks to two goals each from Aaron Gray and Jack Chapman with Harry Timms, Dan Knapp and Charles Jamieson also finding the net whilst Chris Williams scored for North Oxford. Coleshill United kept the pressure up on the leaders with posting a fine 7-0 victory over Berinsfield Reserves with James Tranter claiming a four timer with Gregg Higgs claiming a brace whilst Josh Head also found the target. Drayton went goal crazy went they travelled to Dorchester and posted a thumping 8-2 victory with Nathan Merry and Carl Bolton both hitting hat-tricks with Lewis Collacott scoring twice whilst Dorchester replied through Alex Kerry and Joe Marriott.Stanford Reserves got back to winning ways when they posted a 4-1 victory over Hagbourne United with Dominic Wills and Ryan Bradbury both scoring twice whilst Dom Lovegrove replied for the visitors.
Grove Reserves were crowned champions of Division Five and maintained their one hundred percent record in the league with posting a hard fought 2-0 victory over Hanney 66 Club with goals from Jamie Dutton and Arron Colley and Uffington Reserves are the only team standing in their way of completing a clean sweep in the league.
Berinsfield made the final of the Oxon Intermediate Cup final when they posted a fine 3-1 victory over Oxford City Development thanks to a Max Palmer double and a late Mark Ingram penalty and now go on to meet Oxford City Nomads in the Final.
Roll of Honour
Burghclere Reserves and Coleshill United Reserves make the League Cup Final.
Berinsfield go through to the Oxon Intermediate Cup Final
Watlington Town crowned champions of Division Three
Grove Reserves crowned champions of Division Five.
Drayton hit eight at Dorchester Reserves.
Coleshill United hit seven against Bersinsfield Reserves.
Blewbury hit seven at North Oxford Reserves.
James Tranter hits a four timer for Coleshill United.
Cian Weedon hits a hat-trick for Burghclere Reserves.
Mark Reid hits a hat-trick for Grove Rangers.
Carl Bolton and Nathan Merry both hit hat-tricks for Drayton.
Murphy double proves too much for Kintbury (
Berinsfield booked their place in another final this season when they travelled to the Sutton Courtenay Ground and posted a fine 4-2 victory over Kintbury Rangers. In blustery conditions which made it very hard for both sides to control the ball it was Berinsfield who took a early lead when David Murphy took a wind assisted corner that wrong footed Kintbury goalkeeper Kyle Clough who could only end up palming the ball into his own net.Kintbury were finding it hard to move forward against the elements and Murphy thought he had doubled Berinsfield lead moments later but his effort was ruled out for offside.Berinsfield continued to keep the pressure on and Clough did well to save low down from a Luke Holdsworth snap shot on the half hour mark after good work from Murphy and Mark Ingram. Then slightly against the run of play Kintbury levelled the score after Shaun Thorp was brought down inside the box and the same player dusted himself down and fired the ball home past Berinsfield keeper Tom Lovett from twelve yards. Minutes later Berinsfield were back in front when Charlie Lee was put through and he calmly fired past the onrushing Clough from close range and then Berinsfield added to their lead when Murphy bent a fine free kick around the Kintbury wall and inside the near post with Clough struggling to make the ground.Kintbury then had a few half chances of their own but these were either saved or missed as they tried to get back into the game before the half time whistle but it was Berinsfield that increased their lead when Murphy took a short corner to Luke Holdsworth and his wind assisted cross was misjudged again by Clough and into the far corner of the net to make it 4-1 at the half time whistle. Straight from the kick off Berinsfield had a glorious chance to make it five when Murphy found space in the box and his low shot was saved well low down by Clough and then minutes later Max Palmer fired over the Kintbury bar from close range when in a good position. The game then went into a twenty minute period where no side could carve out any worthwhile chances in the windy conditions until with around twenty minutes remaining when Kintbury pulled a goal back when Sabeur Trabelsi fired over a low corner to the near post that was misjudged by keeper Lovett and into the corner of the net.Kintbury then took the game to Berinsfield and Charlie Allsop and Thorp both had half chances but could not make that final touch count as time was running out but Berinsfield did create a great chance in the dying minutes when Palmer put over a fine cross only for Murphy to somehow miss the target from six yards out.Berinsfield greeted the final whistle with a cheer in front of around one hundred plus spectators and now will go on play Saxton Rovers in the final at Abingdon United in May.
Saxton Rovers booked their place in the North Berks Final when they beat fellow Division One side Burghclere 3-0 at the Hithercroft with top scorer Tom Stanley scoring twice and Kyle Allsworth also finding the target with Saxton also finding time to miss a first half penalty.
In the only game played in Division One Stanford-in-the-Vale got back to winning ways after last week’s narrow defeat when they travelled to Mill Lane and claimed a fine 5-1 victory over East Hendred thanks two goals apiece from Daryl Boulter and Taylor Gill with Jason Pook also finding the net whilst Bill McDonald scored for East Hendred.
Hungerford Swifts were crowned Division Two champions and maintained their one hundred percent record when they beat Dorchester 4-2 with George Smith scoring twice with further goals coming from Luke Johnson and Liam Thorne whilst Cameron Paterson and Jordan Lyne scored for Dorchester. North Oxford kept the pressure on for second spot when they travelled to Faringdon Town Reserves and claimed a 2-0 victory whilst Westminster warmed up for next week’s semi final with a fine 5-1 victory away at Hanney United thanks to a Harry Ackland hat-trick with Michael Hooton and Jason Hillis also finding the net with Ed Hunt scoring for Hanney.Kintbury Reserves moved away from the drop zone with posting a narrow 2-1 victory over Sutton Courtenay with Chris Colin and James Keen scoring for Kintbury whilst Matt Payne scored for Sutton.
Champions Watlington ended their league campaign with a high scoring 4-3 defeat at Saxton Reserves with Saxton scoring through a Niall Hodgkin’s hat-trick and a Dale Truby strike whilst Watlington replied through Ben Little, William Wright and Adam Holloway. Compton carried off where they left off last week with claiming another three points with a hard fought 3-2 victory over Grove Rangers with Jack Fisher, Jack Baker and Adam Bukowski scoring for Compton whilst Dave Sumersbee and Jake Bonner replied for Grove.
Drayton claimed their fourth victory on the trot and moved to third place in the league when they travelled to the Bodkins Sports Ground and claimed a narrow 1-0 victory over Long Wittenham Reserves with Gareth Small scoring the only goal of the game. Lambourn Reserves also kept up their winning run when they posted a fine 3-0 victory over North Oxford Reserves with Damian Harris scoring twice with Eddie Annett’s also finding the target.
Grove Reserves maintained their one hundred percent league record with posting a fine 7-0 victory over Uffington United Reserves with Jamie Dutton claiming a four timer whilst Matt Hammond, Arran Coley and Luke Alder also found the target.Coleshill Reserves remained in third place in the table with claiming a narrow 2-1 victory over Faringdon Town A with Jordan Clark and Tom Steele scoring for Coleshill whilst Richard Evans found the net for Faringdon. Marcham Reserves were in the goals again this week when they claimed a thumping 8-2 victory over Didcot Eagles with James Madge and Tom Faulkner both scoring hat-tricks with Chris Shahab and Rhys Blatherwick also finding the net whilst Dan Osbourne scored twice for Didcot.Steventon Reserves put last week’s cup exit behind them when posting a thumping 8-3 victory over Cumnor Minors with Jon Green hitting a five timer and Joe Crouch scoring a hat-trick whilst Shaun Morton, William Jones and Kier Etwell scored for Cumnor.
Roll of Honour
Berinsfield and Saxton Rovers make North Berks Final
Hungerford Swifts are crowned champions of Division Two
Steventon Reserves and Marcham Reserves both hit eight
Grove Reserves hit seven past Uffington Reserves.
Jon Green hits a five timer for Steventon Reserves.
Jamie Dutton hits a four timer for Grove Reserves.
Harry Ackland hits a hat-trick for Westminster.
Niall Hodgkin’s hits a hat-trick for Saxton Reserves
James Madge and Tom Faulkner both hit hat-tricks for Marcham Reserves.
Joe Crouch scores a hat-trick for Steventon Reserves.