Reading FC legend Dave Kitson scored twice - including a stoppage time equaliser - on his Caversham United debut on Sunday.

Kitson, who was Reading's top scorer in their record breaking 106 point title winning season in the Championship and scored the club's first ever Premier League goal, was making his first competitive appearance for 10 years.

The 44-year-old was in the starting line-up for Caversham United for their Reading Sunday League Division 2 clash with Rose & Thistle at Mapledurham Playing Fields, as part of Sunday League Day.

Kitson's near post volley from a long throw gave Caversham the lead in the first half.

Rose & Thistle hit back to lead 2-1, but Kitson headed home four minutes into stoppage time to rescue a point.

Around 200 people turned out to watch the game, which saw Caversham United raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.

Kitson, who took the morning off from coaching duties for The Dave Kitson Academy, is the latest former Reading player to have played in the Reading & District Sunday League. 

Other ex Royals to have played in the town's Sunday League include Neil Webb, Stuart Beavon, Neville Roach and Barry Hunter.