THE Basingstoke and District League Division One title will be decided on Saturday May 5, when Twentyten meet Tadley Calleva A at Preston Candover.

Twentyten need a point from the game to be crowned champions after winning at long time leaders and reigning champions Hook 3-2.

The home side took the lead from Dan Mauradian, but a second half brace from the visitor's Dan Hancock made it 2-1. Nial Day levelled things, but Charlie Hill grabbed the winner.

Hook were handed three points on Saturday when Herriard Sports could not raise a team following injuries suffered on the previous Monday when they beat doomed Winklebury Wizards 3-1. An own goal and a Chris Dobbie double.

Greg Adams scored for Winklebury.

Last Saturday, Twentyten beat the Wizards 7-0, who had 10 men in the first half, thanks to goals from Joe Osborne (3), Hancock (2), Ryan Lupton and Hill.

Tadley Callev A drew with Overton United A 1-1. Richard Budd scored for Overton and Tadley's Peter White equalised.

Overton was not at full strength but will be for their North Hants Junior Cup Final against Andover New Street Swifts tomorrow evening (7.30pm) at the Whitchurch United ground.

AFC Berg went top of Division Two after picking up nine points after playing Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.

Their toughest match was on Monday when they met AFC Aldermaston A and eventually won 5-2.

Berg's goals came from Ashley Elward, Kieran Alleyne (2) Louis Vickery and Reece Chapman. This was after goals from Bob Thandi and Liam Belcher had AFC 2-1 up.

On Wednesday they won 6-0 against Basingstoke Colts, but it was 0-0 at half time after their goalkeeper Reece Emery had saved a penalty. There goals came from Carlos Gonzales, Alleyne, Harry Rudge and Elward.

Last Saturday they beat Chineham 13-0. There was goals from Elward (4), Gonzalez (3), Alleyne (3) Vickery (2) and a penalty, taken by Anton Medford.

Sherborne Saints are in second spot just a point adrift, but have played one more match than Berg, after they beat AFC Aldermaston 6-4.

Saints scorers were Matt Kelly (2), Ben Dillon (2), Alex Izzo and Graham Dwyer. Aldermaston goals came from Liam Belcher (2), Vinny Kennedy and Kyle Bone.

Basingstoke Colts had a good result against Somesay, coming away with a point from a 5-5 draw.

The Colts five came from Benica Oprea (3) and Liam Self (2). Joe Hodge scored a hat-trick for Somesay and their other two came from Harry Knapp and Luke Gore.

Unfortunately Somesay have had to call off their midweek matches on Monday and Wednesday due to work commitments. The points will now be awarded to Sherborne and Chineham.

Twentyten Reserves are now in third spot after beating Basingstoke Athletic 5-1 in midweek and they too were beneficial to the Somesay problem of fulfilling midweek games and received the three points.

Dan Hancock and Adam Sawko had the Reserves two up, but Aaron Johns replied by the break.

Johns was sent off in the second half and Twentyten cashed in with goals from Jack Hulbert, Frankie Spacagna and a Darren Gary free-kick.

On Saturday Basingstoke Athletic came up with a 7-0 win against Origin Headley, thanks to Ryan Watts (3), Aaron Johns (2), Matt Stilwell and Connor Parker.

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There will be a new name on the Basingstoke A Cup, being played at the Winklebury Football Complex on Saturday (6.30pm).

Hook have won this cup for the past three seasons, but this time they were beaten in the semi finals 4-2 by Twentyten who will play Herriard Sports, who had an easier semi by beating bottom club Winklebury Wizards 3-1.

This is the third final this season for Twentyten, but Alan Spacagna’s team have been unsuccessful, losing 2-0 to Broughton in the Hampshire Junior A Cup Final and losing to AFC Berg 4-2 in the Peter Raynbird Cup Final.