OLD WINDSOR require one more win to secure the Premier Division title in the East Berkshire Football League this season, writes Rob Stevens.

The team has been the dominant force in the league with a perfect winning record in 10 matches – a run of form that continued after a 7-0 victory against Slough Heating Laurencians Reserves on Saturday.

Both Harry and Aaron Maggs bagged a hat-trick in the success at home with a further goal from Jake Wright plus a man-of-the-match performance from Bradley Birchmore.

The win means Old Windsor will secure the title with victory at KS Gryf in their next league match on Saturday 8th February or if second-placed FC Beaconsfield fail to win at Singh Sabha this Saturday.

South Bucks United extended their lead at the top of the table in Division One to four points following a 1-1 draw at St Peters Iver. Andrew Gonzalez was on target for South Bucks whilst Adam White scored from the penalty spot for the home team.

Hype Train remain unbeaten in Division Two this season after a 3-2 win at home against Iver Heath Reserves – leapfrogging them into sixth position in the table. The hosts recovered from falling two goals behind with strikes from debutante Scott Terry and Jamie Carter plus a fortunate own goal.

Sandhurst Town Under 23s caused a surprise with their 2-1 home victory over Stoke Poges Saints Reserves. The young Fizzers have climbed one place to eighth position in the table whilst the Saints remain in the top five.

Townmead increased their lead at the top to four points following a walkover win against second-bottom Barton Rovers, whilst Eton Wick now stand in fourth spot after a walkover success over basement boys Phoenix Old Boys A.

Burnham Village have reached the semi-final in the High Wycombe Challenge Cup after a 2-1 win at higher-league FC Beaconsfield. It is the second semi-final the team has qualified into this season.