FINCHAMPSTEAD moved joint top of the Bracknell Town & District Sunday Football League Premier Division with a 3-2 home win over last season’s runners-up Crowthorne Inn, writes Nick Carpenter.

The Finch scorers were Brian Murphy, Byron Hobbs and Matt Humphrey.

FC Fernhill have games in hand and are still top on goal difference, whilst Crows drop down to third.

FC Meta have had a mixed season, but a Michael Johnson goal gave them a 1-0 win at Morale Madrid which moves them to within a point of Madrid and with a game in hand.

There was a top-two encounter in Division One where Loveman United defeated Finchampstead Reserves 3-0 and now lead the table by a point. Ed Jackson-Sankey, Ben Poynter and Ryan Milward did the damage for Loveman.

Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW slipped up at Athletico Ascot, losing 4-2 and are now down to third.

Panthers Reserves won 2-1 at home to Woodley United and the Crowthorne derby saw Stiffs and Crows FC share the spoils in a 1-1 draw. Joe Walters scored for FC before Joao Jardim equalised for Stiffs.

Goals from Marc Campbell, Nick Mullett and Connor Williams weren’t quite enough for Winkfield as they lost 5-3 at home to Bracknell Athletic.

Unbeaten Division Two leaders Sandhurst FFC were pegged back this week at second-placed Moore Close Manor after a 1-1 draw.

Golden Farmer Reserves remain third after a 1-1 draw with fourth-placed Ashridge Park Royals, Elliott Poulter with Ashridge’s goal before Davey Blackmore equalised for Farmer.

Silver Birch Dynamos stay in fifth after beating Winnersh Rangers 3-2, James Ebel with both Winnersh goals.

3M lost 1-0 at Bracknell Corinthians who moved themselves up off the bottom and above 3M, Winnersh Rangers and Ashridge Park Sunday in the process.

In a rare occurrence, the whole of Division Three were in league action, although leaders Bearwood Wanderers and bottom side Silver Birch A saw their game abandoned at half time.

Bracknell Cavaliers won 4-0 at home to Bracknell Saint-Germain and remain second thanks to goals from Nathan Conway, Sam Cooper, Ben Hudell and Jack Hill.

Braybrooke Athletic won 8-1 at Bracknell Royals to remain third while fourth-placed Running Horse won 6-2 win at home to Winnersh Town.

Hope & Anchor edged out Finchampstead A by an incredible 7-5 scoreline.

Jack Buckland-Roll (2), Simon Miles and Matt Cory all scored as FC Harmanswater won 4-1 at Bracknell Titans to move joint top of Division Four as Crownwood Dukes were held 2-2 at home by Bracknell Athletic Reserves.

Dukes stay top courtesy of their goal difference, while AFC Crowthorne Old Boys are up to third after a 3-1 win at Silver Birch where Chris Mitchell grabbed their consolation.