FC Fernhill suffered a hangover a week after securing back-to-back Premier Division titles after a 4-2 home reverse to Morale Madrid – their first league defeat since October 2017, writes Nick Carpenter.

Madrid, who were also the last side to beat them, can now finish runners-up with games in hand on the next two sides above them – Crowthorne Inn and Raglan.

Goals from Adam Porter, Daniel Broadbear and Tom Williams helped Raglan to a 3-0 home win over FC Meta, who they face again in the return fixture this weekend.

In Division One Finchampstead Reserves stormed back to the top with a 3-2 win against previous leaders AFC Crowthorne Stiffs for whom Joao Jardim scored twice.

Berks County A beat Woodley United 6-1 with a Brad Hoy hat-trick, strikes from William Day and William Thomas plus an own goal. Harris Wilks replied.

Loveman United won 3-2 at home to Winkfield thanks to Ed Jackson-Sankey, Ryan Milward and Charlie Turner goals. James Andrews and Marc Campbell netted for Winks.

Panthers Reserves remain rooted to the bottom after a 2-1 home loss to Bracknell Athletic, Matt Oppong with their consolation.

Silver Birch Dynamos moved up to third in Division Two with a 5-1 home win over Ashridge Park Sunday. Golden Farmer Rangers Reserves stay second but were forced to concede their last fixture against Woodley Saints, who can still finish runners up.

Alex Dinnage scored a consolation for Silver Birch A in a 3-1 loss to Division Three leaders Bearwood Wanderers who need one point from their final game to secure the title.

Braybrooke Athletic’s hopes were dashed by a 1-1 draw at Bracknell Saint-Germain, while Winnersh Town beat Hope & Anchor 3-1, Jimmy Maw scoring for the losers.

In Division Four Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves confirmed third place with a 3-2 home win against Silver Birch whose goals came from Adam Spiers and Chris Mitchell.

Bracknell Athletic Reserves thrashed AFC Crowthorne Old Boys 6-0.

Meanwhile, the Junior Cup final will be an all Division Two affair with Sandhurst FFC securing their place with a convincing 7-1 victory over Winnersh Rangers whose goal came from Howard Bennet.

Sandhurst will now meet last year’s beaten finalists Woodley Saints at Bracknell Town’s Larges Lane in May.

The Subsidiary Cup is still progressing where FC Harmanswater beat Bracknell Corinthians 2-0 and champions Crownwood Dukes won 7-1 against Bracknell Titans.