BINFIELD manager Roger Herridge fears his side's bold bid to win the Premier Division title could be thwarted, writes Dave Wright.

The League have called off all their programme for the rest of the month when the Coronavirus situation will be reviewed.

"We are all in the dark at the moment," he said.

"I think there must be a good chance of the season remaining unfinished.

"Hopefully, it won't happen and we will continue to train and prepare for matches until we are told otherwise."

Second-placed Moles have 14 games remaining as well as a possible cup final.

They were due to have visited Fairford Town on March 28 with the game counting double, as a league fixture and a Bluefin Sports (UHL) Cup semi-final.

Binfield agreed to give up ground advantage following three postponements due to the Hill Farm Lane pitch being waterlogged.

Wokingham & Emmbrook put up a very spirited performance before losing their midweek Division One East game 1-0 away to unbeaten leaders Risborough Rangers.

The winner came from Brian Haule in the first half following a rare lapse of concentration in the Sumas defence.

Players, officials and supporters, some going back to the days of Wokingham Town, attended the funeral service of Sumas' 'superfan' Richard Croyden at Easthamptead Crematorium last Friday.

Daughter Nicola Croyden-Flack said: "It was truly wonderful to see so many people there and hear such lovely things being said about such a well-liked and respected man. We will all miss him dearly and I am filled with pride that I can call him my Dad."