MORE than 130 teams from Berkshire, Buckingham, Oxfordshire, Surrey and Hampshire took part in Woodley United's annual football festival.

The event – which aims to raise funds to develop the club and help to improve coaching standards and qualifications – featured teams from Under 7s to U15s, along with a women's event.

The tournament was held at Bulmershe School, with 12 teams taking part in the U7 and U8 competitions where there are no winners.

In the U9s plate, Wokingham & Emmbrook beat Reading City, while in the cup, hosts Woodley overcame Focus Football.

Calcot Royals won the U10s plate following a victory against Focus Football, with Woodley United Cyclones beaten by South Ham in the cup competition.

The U11s plate was snared by FC Bracknell following their triumph against Burghfield FC, and Binfield were the cup winners, defeating Eldon Celtic.

Woodley United Spitfires overcame FC Bracknell in the U12s plate, while Football Focus toppled Woodley United Mohawks in the cup.

Woodley Saints Reds won the U13s Plate by beating Woodley Saints White, with GPS White downing GPS Red in the cup final.

Slough Town were too good for Centre Skills in the U14s plate, with Focus Football beating Thatcham Town in the cup.

Woodley United B won the U15s plate by beating Westwood Wanderers, while Directions FC won the cup final against Eldon Celtic.

The women’s plate was won by Kingsclere by beating Swindon Spitfires, and the cup was won by Woodley United, who beat Barton Rovers in the final.

Following a successful weekend, Woodley United general manager, Mark Rozzier, said: "The club would like to thank all the volunteers and local businesses who made the day a success, including KJ Smith Solicitors, The Blue Moose Graphic Company, The Bulmershe School, Maurice’s Ice Cream Ltd, Twyford Van Hire and SC Hill Building & Property Maintenance."