TWENTYTEN enjoyed a double winning Saturday as their first team were crowned Basingstoke and District League Division One and their reserves won the Hampshire Junior B Cup.

The title race was the most open I can remember and it ended with three clubs, Twentyten, Silchester and AFC Berg, all finishing with 33 points each, with Twentyten retaining the title with a superior goal difference.

This was after their final game ended 2-2 at Tadley Calleva A.They led after eight minutes when Dan Hancock headed home Jack Clarke’s corner. Tadley hit back to lead 2-1 thanks to Fred Ball and Ewan Young. Late on in the game Joe Osborne and Ryan Lupton combined for Christian Cox to net the goal to make them champions.

Meanwhile in the cup final, the reserves side had an impressive 4-1 win over Coal Exchange at AFC Portchester’s ground.

Ed Hall scored the opener after good work from player/manager Jack Barrett and Olly Knox.

It became 2-0 after minutes, when Hall struck from Josh Bromley and Bromley scored the third on the hour mark.

Coal Exchange opened their account, but good play by Hall and Stephen Bean led to Knox completing the win.

Overton United B made sure they would finish as champions on the Basingstoke and District Saturday League Division Two after winning their final game to finish three points clear of runners-up Renegades.

Overton beat Chineham 3-2 in their final game with the winner from Richie Budd coming in the 78th minute.

Their first two goals came from Ross Harwood and Andy Bullock, while Connor Callahan netted both the Chineham goals.

The match between Oakridge and North Warnborough ended in a 1-1 draw.

John Scott-Elliott gave North Warnborough the lead and Noah Pratchett equalised.

AFC Aldermaston A had a tremendous finish to their season winning six of their last seven with the final victory a 4-0 success over Basingstoke Athletic 4-0.

Alex Reed gave them a fifth minute lead and Peter Rain made it 2-0 on 10 minutes, and it became 3-0 by half time when Reed scored his second.

The fourth came on 70 minutes with Peter Rain the scorer, with a well struck drive.

Hook for once have been out of the running for the Division One title this season and suffered what must be their heaviest defeat for many a year, beaten 7-1 by AFC Berg with Lee Neal scoring four times.

The other three came from Tommy Lucas, Anton Medford and Reece Chapman

Pete Silvester scored the only goal for Hook.

THIS Saturday at Barlow’s Park Tadley, two Basingstoke Saturday League Cup finals are being played.

The Basingstoke A Cup will kick off at 2.30 pm when Hook meet Silchester Village.

The Basingstoke B Cup will be played in the evening kick off 6.30 pm when Overton United B will take on North Warnborough.