The Sumas’ first league title in 35 years was secured last weekend when they eventually ran out 2-0 winners against Headington Amateurs.

They received their trophy prior to last Saturday’s game as Hellenic League chairman Bob Dalling presented it in front of an excited crowd.

The pre-match formalities may have distracted some sides, but there was no letting up from Wokingham as Dan Bateman’s men put on a show to sweep aside their temporary landlords.

It took just four minutes for Wokingham to demonstrate their superiority as Elliot Rushforth broke free of the Henley defence to calmly slot the ball home.

Rushforth turned provider 15 minutes later as he again evaded the lacklustre defence to give himself enough time to square the ball to Sam Bateman for a simple tap in.

Wokingham were in total control and it was a first half that showcased why they’ve strolled to the title under the guidance of Matt Eggleston and Bateman.

The Sumas ended the season nine points clear of their nearest rivals, losing just three games all season.

Chris Yeatman made it 3-0 to Wokingham early in the second half before Rushforth grabbed his second of the game to add gloss to the scoreline.

A solid rearguard ensured another clean sheet for the Sumas, taking their recent defensive record to a staggering nine clean sheets in their last 10 outings.

It was the perfect way to end a fantastic season for Wokingham who now turn their attention to the Reading Senior Cup semi-final against Marlow United on Tuesday, May 5.

The victory against Henley came just three days after the Division One East champions ran out 4-0 winners at Woodley Town. There was no sign of a hangover from the Sumas as goals from James Charlton, Luke Scope, Jake Butler and Craig Haylett ensured a confident Wokingham took all three points at Scours Lane.