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  • Writer's pictureRob Stevens

Ben White and Daniel Malloy fire Britwell to victory and top spot in the Premier Division

PICTURE: Britwell are bidding to retain the East Berkshire League Premier Division title this season and regained top spot with a 10-0 win at Surrey Rangers on Saturday.

Britwell have regained top spot in the East Berkshire League Premier Division after equalling the biggest win in the season on Saturday.

Britwell, the defending champions, lost top spot when losing at home to Frontline two weeks ago but, humbled struggling Surrey Rangers 10-0 to once again set the pace in the race for the title.

Ben White was the star on show for the Steamteam at Frimley Lodge Park with his four goals haul, whist Daniel Malloy took his tally for the campaign to nine goals in six matches with a hat-trick. The Britwell potent strike force includes summer recruit Harry Farnan and he bagged with a brace, with player-manager John Brennan also on the scoresheet.

The 10-0 win equals the record set by Division One leaders, Stoke Poges, who reached double figures without reply in a victory at Berks Elite on 5th November.

Old Windsor however, are the highest scorers in the Premier Division so far this season with 34 goals in seven matches after a 9-0 success at bottom side Chalvey Sports Reserves.

The Os were four goals ahead at the break thanks to a Mark Beale brace, with both Lewis Corney and George Gould also hitting the back of the net at the Chalvey Recreation Ground. The points were secured in the second period when Gould scored twice more to complete a hat-trick, with further goals from Corney, Jude Van Spall and substitute Liam Spires.

Iver Heath have leapfrogged Southcote into fourth position in the table with a narrow 4-3 win at Iver Heath Recreation Ground.

Kingsley Etefia scored a hat-trick for the home team with a Ryan Partington goal the difference between the two sides. A Eric Macharia treble was not enough for Southcote to avoid defeat and drop out of the top half of the table.

Iver Heath star Etefia is now the leading goals scorer in the Premier Division this season with 11 goals in just seven appearances.

PHOTO: The current Premier Division table with Britwell back on top spot after a thumping 10-0 win at Surrey Rangers on Saturday.

Stoke Poges made it a perfect six-out-six in Division One and returned to the top in the table following a narrow 5-4 success at third-placed FC Baylis.

Sam Manton scored twice in the victory at Harvey Park, with further goals from Alfie Barker, Chance Meyer-White and substitute Sean Kennedy.

Eton Wick moved up one place to seventh position in the table with a 4-1 win at second from bottom AFC Reading. The victory at Berkshire County Sports Club included a brace from Alexis Lyle and one from Edward Burton.

PHOTO: The current Division One table with Stoke Poges back on top spot after a narrow 5-4 win at third-placed FC Baylis on Saturday.

The League Cup reached the Second Round stage on Saturday and three teams from Division One have successfully progressed through to the Quarter Finals stage.

Reading Tigers edged out Berks Elite in a 2-1 win at Burghfield Community Sports Centre. A goal from Jakub Szadowski gave the Tigers the lead but the visitors pegged them back through Nigel Johnson before half time. Reading made it through to the last eight when Oskar Jaroslaw Sieg scored just before the hour mark.

A Kyle Ollive double was enough for high-flying Sandhurst Town to beat Braywood Beavers 2-1 at the Memorial Park and book their place in the last eight.

The surprise of the Second Round came when Frontline Reserves beat the first team 5-1 after extra time following a 1-1 draw in 90 minutes at Burnham Grammar School.

Saturday 26th November

Ascot & Fielden Charity Cup Second Round (1.30pm ko)

Cressex or Taplow United P-P Sandhurst Town

Iver Heath v Stoke Poges

Southcote v Frontline Reserves

KS Gryf v Chalvey Reserves

FC Baylis v Berks Elite

Britwell v Frontline

Hype Train AWO Old Windsor Reserves

League Cup Second Round (1.30pm)

Old Windsor v Surrey Rangers

Division One (2pm)

Eton Wick v Reading Tigers

Braywood Beavers v AFC Reading

Sandhurst Town v Cressex

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