WEST Reading earned their first win of the season as they beat Wycliffe Wanderers 2-1 in their bottom-of-the-table clash.

Between the two sides they had gone through the opening 15 matches of the campaign without picking up a point, but it was Wests who finally got off the mark in a closely-fought encounter.

Niall Lynch and Lewis Doe goals proved to be enough for Wests to see them move above Wycliffe in the table, and while Neal Healy was on target for the visitors, it was not enough.

Tilehurst Albion returned to the top of the league as they thumped YMCA United 11-2, Harry Dickety and Paul Piobanu netting the consolation goals.

Albion are a solitary point clear of Barkham Athletic, although the second-placed side have three games in hand.

YMCA Newbury earned a crucial three points as they beat title chasers Greyfriars FC.

Karim Gaye and Jon McCann goals proved to be the difference between the two sides.

Wycliffe United continued their impressive start to the season with a narrow 3-2 win against Reading Saints.

Goals from Fraser Carter, Jacob Smith and McBriggs Antwi proved to be enough for the visitors.

Gary Gimson and Anton Maze were on target for ninth-placed Saints, who continue to struggle to build on their impressive finish to last season.

Beacon Church, Camberley, kept the pressure on the title challengers as they earned a hard-fought 3-0 triumph against Norreys.

A defiant Norreys side were eventually broken down through goals from Rich Lyons and a brace from Andrew Stroud, leaving them 10th.