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Thames Valley football round-up: Finchampstead, Hurst and Wargrave keep cup dreams alive


Berkshire Trophy Centre Senior Cup

Finchampstead, Wargrave and Hurst all enjoyed a successful weekend in the cup as they all qualified from their respective ties through to the next round. 

A brace from Joel Day helped Finchampstead eliminate Maidenhead Town away from home. 

Lewis Butcher scored twice, backed up by Shaun Bannon’s goal to see Hurst beat Windlesham United 3-2 in an entertaining cup tie, while Wargrave eased past Mortimer with a 4-1 away victory. 

Berks County Reserves of Division One also progressed to the next round of the cup with a 5-3 triumph over Westwood Wanderers Reserves 

Division Two side Woodley United A scored two first-half goals to ensure their place in the next round of the competition with a 2-0 winning away trip to Harchester Hawks. 

However, Twyford & Ruscombe were dumped out of the competition by fellow division two side Phoenix Old Boys who scored two without reply to advance. 

Division Four

Berks County Rovers lost progress on the sides above them in the table after they suffered a 4-2 away defeat to AFC Corinthians. 

Thames Valley Women’s Division One

Eversley & California enjoyed a stunning 7-0 away victory at Wokingham & Emmbrook Ladies. Eversley moved up to sixth place in the division, while the Sumas are in eighth.

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