MARLOW United wrapped up the Premier Division title with a 2-0 victory at Burghfield followed by a 4-2 success at home to Woodley United Royals, writes Richard Ashton.

Felix Prudden and Josh Fox got the first-half goals against Burghfield which took James Pritchard’s men above Cookham Dean, with whom they have been in embroiled in a fascinating race for the championship.

And they rounded off their campaign with a hard-fought win against bottom side Royals.

A Casey Warwick strike gave Mortimer a 1-0 win at cellar dwellers Woodley United Royals, securing fourth place for the Villagers, while Berks County will end the campaign in fifth spot after beating Westwood United 3-1.

Division One champions Newbury brushed aside Rotherfield United 4-1 on the back of a Carl Jenner brace and goals from Rocky Rowbothan and Terry Patton. Ed Bickerton got the consolation for Rotherfield.

George Bullion, Ben Ashfield, Danny Nicholson and Jordan Tallett were all on target as Westwood United Reserves crushed FC Imaan Lions 4-0, while Finchampstead won 3-1 at Reading YMCA Rapids thanks to a Nick Payne double and a James Payne effort.

The prolific Ryan Adams was again on the scoresheet for the Young Men.

A Stuart Moss brace put Wargrave on the brink of the Division Two title following a 2-0 victory at Maidenhead Town Reserves. The leaders are three points clear of second-placed Mortimer Reserves with just one game to play, but also have a superior goal difference of +18 after their rivals were stunned 3-1 at home by Phoenix Old Boys.

Jahi Archibald, Jamie Williams and substitute Sam Bodey netted for the visitors, while Craig Haylett scored for the 10-man hosts, who had Kian Sawyer dismissed for two bookable offences.

Richings Park moved up to fourth with a 3-2 win against basement side Goring United, although they were made to work had to grab all three points.

Shay Dore, Bradley Jones and replacement John Willmont were all on the scoresheet for Park, with James Pearson getting both of the goals for the tailenders.

Peter Jones scored for Hurst Reserves, but they went down 3-1 at home to Harchester Hawks.

Rowan Stacey, Harri Douglas and Lucas Romero netted for Henley Town Develeopment as they beat Harchester Hawks Development 3-1 in Division Four.

Westwood United Reserves reached the final of the Reading Junior Cup with a battling 2-0 win against Woodcote Stoke Row Reserves.