GOALS from Russell Benham and Dan Donegan gained Newbury a 2-2 draw at Hurst and with it the Division One title, writes Richard Ashton.

Ryan Pownall was among the hosts' goalscorers, but a point was enough for glory for Danny Langford's men after the only team who could catch them, Westwood United, were thumped 4-0 by Reading YMCA Rapids.

Hat-trick hero Ryan Adams continued his sensational form to make it 19 goals in nine games for the Young Men, with the other coming from Keiron Mabbutt.

Eldon Celtic overcame Rotherfield United 2-0.

Marlow United kept up their pursuit of the Premier Division with an emphatic 6-1 home win against Richings Park.

Liam Bushay, Ollie Flint, Josh Fox, Felix Prudden, Alfie Lucas and James Namyslak were all on target for United, who are now six points behind leaders Cookham Dean with two games in hand.

Marlow also have a superior goal difference.

A Leslie Sackey double and a Will Kyeremeh strike earned Berks County a comfortable 3-0 success against basement boys Woodley United Royals, while Burghfield FC won their mid-table clash at Westwood United 2-0.

Wargrave moved top of Division Two with an 8-2 home success against Marlow United Reserves, Ashley Harry and George Goode grabbing the consolation goals for the visitors.

Cameron Netherwood-Meek and Scott Cooper were among the Maidenhead Town Reserves goalscorers as they lost a seven goal thriller 4-3 at Hurst Reserves, while Harchester Hawks and Goring United shared the spoils 1-1.

Richings Park Reserves won 3-2 at Phoenix Old Boys.

In Division Three, Twyford & Ruscombe kept their outside title hopes alive with a dramatic 5-3 success at Maidenhead Town A.

Jose Ribiero gave the visitors a fifth-minute lead which was doubled by Mikey Jones shortly after.

Harry McWilliams halved the deficit in the 35th minute, only for Ribiero to hit back almost immediately to give his side a 3-1 half-time advantage.

Tom Osborne struck to cut the gap a quarter-of-an-hour from full-time, only for Jones to grab a second to put his side back in control.

There was further drama to come, however, as Josh Trayte scored to make it 4-3, only for an injury-time Lee Mills effort to settle the contest in Twyford's favour.

They sit four points behind leaders Henley Town, but with a game in hand.

Woodcote Stoke Row Reserves reached their second semi-final of the season after stunning Premier Division side Wokingham & Emmbrook Reserves 2-1 in the Reading Junior Cup.

Sumas started well and hit the upright five minutes. Midway through the half they had an effort comfortably saved by Kane Roberts, but the visitors did take the lead when a free-kick was tipped onto the post by Roberts and the rebound bundled over the line by Charlie Thorne.

Woodcote came close to equalising just before half-time when Josh Millar’s shot was well-saved by the Wokingham keeper.

A more-determined home side took control in the second half and the score-line might have been even more emphatic but for three terrific saves.

The equalising goal came on 65 minutes when Frank Dillon’s perfectly flighted left-footed corner from the right found its way into the net, and the match-defining moment arrived 10 minutes from time when another Dillon corner caused havoc.

A penalty was awarded after a defender handled on the line and skipper Tom Brownlow stepped up to score the winning goal.

Westwood United Development were crowned Diamond Cup champions after battling to a 1-0 win against Farnham Royal Mavericks at Rivermoor on Friday night.