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Thames Valley football round-up: Finchampstead and Berks County pick up first wins of the season

Berks County
Berks County

Thames Valley Premier League
picked up their first win of the season with a 2-0 triumph over Cookham Dean. 

Richie Dow and Jack Lewis netted to ensure that Finch moved up to third with a win and a draw from their two opening league games. 

WOODLEY UNITED ROYALS were defeated in their first game of the season with a 3-1 defeat to Maidenhead Town. 

BERKS COUNTY opened their league campaign with victory as they beat Richings Park 4-2 away from home. 

Berks County
Berks County Pictures: Andrew Batt FootballinBerkshire

Ebenezer Opoku-White and John Swift scored a goal each while Leslie Sackey netted a brace to earn Berks three points on the road. 

Thames Valley Division One
took the points in an entertaining seven goal game away at Westwood Wanderers Reserves.
Callum Hunter, Dan Patterson and two goals from Sam Wild ensured that Wargrave started their season with victory as they held onto a 4-3 lead having been 4-1 ahead earlier in the match.

HURST picked up three points in their first league outing of the season with a 3-2 away wn at Holyport Reserves.

Thames Valley Division Two
won their first match of the season with a 5-1 win over Richings Park Reserves.

Bracknell Rangers v Woodley Saints Tigers
Bracknell Rangers v Woodley Saints Tigers

TWYFORD & RUSCOMBE recovered from last week’s defeat to pick up their first win of the season.
They kept a clean sheet on their way to earning a 2-0 away win at Henley Town.

HURST RESERVES fell to a 4-2 defeat at home to Phoenix Old Boys.

Thames Valley Division Three
season began with victory as they earned a 4-1 home win against Goring United Reserves.

Thames Valley Division Four
took a point in a six goal game against Henley Town Development, while FINCHAMPSTEAD DEVELOPMENT were defeated 2-0 at home to Braybrooke.

Thames Valley Women’s Division One
fell to their third defeat of the campaign with a heavy home defeat to Carterton Ladies.
Sarah Leanoard netted for the Sumas in their 6-1 home loss which sees them in fifth in the table.

Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies
Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies

WARGRAVE WOMEN moved up to third with a 4-2 away victory at City Belles Women.
Millie Bilcliff netted a hat-trick, while Sian Blissett added another to round off an away win.

Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies
Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies

Thames Valley Women’s Division 3S
picked up a point on the road with a 2-2 stalemate against Taplow United Ladies.
The Fawkes went in front from Chelsea Lovelace’s penalty and settled for a point after Claudia Periquito’s goal. 

Reading & District Sunday League
Division One
: Emmer Green Reserves 4-0 Woodley Saints Hobnob, Rose & Thistle 2-3 William Twigg FC
Division Two: Racing Club de Woko 1-0 Southbank, Westwood Wanderers 8-4 Earley Elite
Division Three: Burghfield A 4-3 Woodley Wanderers A
Division Four: Calcot FC 0-5 Hurst, Barkham Athletic 1-0 Woodley Saints Hobnob Reserves
Bracknell & District Sunday League
Premier League: Berks County 2-1 Bracknell Rangers, Woodley Saints Kites 2-5 Crowthorne Inn
Division One: Athletico Ascot 3-1 Sandhurst, Bigshot FC 1-2 Crowthorne FC, Finchampstead Athletic Sunday Reserves 5-3 Panthers FC, Loveman United 2-6 Bearwood Wanderers, Wokingham & Emmbrook Sunday TMW 3-0 Athletico Forest
Division Two: Braybrooke Athletic 2-1 Winnersh Town, Winnersh Rangers 1-3 Woodley United Sunday
Division Three: Ashridge Park Sunday 1-7 Bracknell Spartans, Bracknell Royals 4-1 Woodley Saints Tigers, FC Showcase 4-2 FC Harmanswater
Division Four: Crowthorne FC A 8-0 Bracknell Titans, Finchampstead Athletic A 0-8 AFC Dukes Reserves

Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies
Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies

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