MBBO Regional 1
SONNING 1s and SOUTH BERKSHIRE 1s both fell to defeat this weekend in MBBO Regional 1.
Nick Leach got on the scoresheet for Sonning but they would come away without a point as they were beaten 2-1 in their second loss of the season. They are in seventh after three games.
Meanwhile, South Berks suffered a heavy 7-2 home defeat to OMT 1s despite goals from Tom King and Ravi Patel. They are ninth after one win and three losses from their opening four matches.
MBBO Regional 2
SONNING 2s remain at the bottom of the league without a point after they were beaten 4-1 at home by Harrow 1s. Elliott Wise scored for Sonning but it was to be in vain as they suffered a fourth consecutive defeat.
MBBO Division 1
Four goals from Paul Kaplanski ensured that SOUTH BERKSHIRE 2s moved up to fourth in the table.
South Berks’ impressive start to the season has seen them win three of their opening four fixtures after their weekend triumph with a 5-2 away win against OMT 2s.
MBBO Division 3
SOUTH BERKSHIRE 3s moved up to fourth as they hit six past Banbury to earn their second win of the season.
Tom Pullen bagged a hat-trick, while a brace from Tom Scott and one from James Bernard ensured that South Berks ran out as 6-3 victors in their match against Banbury 3s.
SONNING 3s were beaten for the first time this season as they dropped down to eighth after a 4-0 away defeat to West Hampstead 4s.
South Clubs Women’s Division 3A
SONNING LADIES 1s maintained their perfect start to the season as they narrowly beat Slough Women’s 2s to win their fourth consecutive match.
Flora Grove-Smith, Katie Banks and Katie Crevel provided the goals as Sonning came away with a 3-2 triumph to put them joint top of the table.
Trysports Premier 1
SOUTH BERKSHIRE LADIES 1s dropped to eighth after their second defeat of the season.
They fell to a 5-2 away loss at Banbury Ladies 1s.
Trysports Premier 2
SONNING LADIES 2s moved up to third in the table after their second win in four games with a 2-0 win over Reading Ladies 4s.
Trysports Division 1
SONNING LADIES 3s earned their first point of the season with a 3-3 away draw against Witney Ladies 2s. However, they still remain at the bottom of the table after three matches.