TREBLE-chasing FC Fernhill have won the Bracknell Town & District Sunday League Premier Division title after thrashing Bracknell Athletic 8-1 and Crowthorne Inn 5-0.

It has been a remarkable turnaround for Fernhill who lost three of their first four fixtures – but have now won their last 11.

And they could make it a memorable treble as they are due to meet Golden Farmer Rangers in the Senior Cup final at Bracknell Town’s Larges Lane this Friday (7.45pm ko) and are also through to the Aldershot Cup final.

Raglan FC secured the Division One title thanks to two midweek wins then a 3-3 draw at AFC Crowthorne on Sunday, Jake White and Danny Newman plus an own goal accounted for Raglan’s goals, with Steve Morris (2) and Nyasha Chingosho replying for Crows.

WAB kept it interesting to the end and won 4-2 at Sandhurst FFC only to end up one point behind Raglan. Ryan McManus (2), Tom Smith and Alex Badshah grabbed the goals for WAB.

Loveman United finish a creditable third in their first season and ended with a walkover win as bottom side Ashridge Park couldn’t raise a side.

The Division Two title is yet to be decided with Woodley United neck-and-neck with Warfield United at the top with one game left to play, There was no separating them on Sunday as they drew 2-2 to leave Woodley two points ahead at the top.

Matt Leigh and Luke Blakebrough netted for Woodley who will finish top with a victory against lowly 3M this weekend.

But a slip-up and a Warfield win at Berks County could produce a different outcome.

Athletico Ascot could have gone top on goal difference by winning their final game – only to crash 4-0 at Berks County to remain in third place. Brad Hoy (2), Matt Lambert and Matt Smith were on target for County.

An Adam Wilkins goal wasn’t enough for bottom club Bracknell Saint-Germain as they lost 3-1 at home to fourth-placed AFC Crowthorne Reserves.

There was a change at the top of Division Three as Bracknell Corinthians beat WAB Reserves 3-0 to go top by three points.

Woodley Saints play their final fixture midweek and a win at Hope & Anchor would see them crowned Division Three champions courtesy of their superior goal difference.

Silver Birch secured third spot with a 7-1 victory at Winnersh Town, while Hope & Anchor won 2-1 at home to Bearwood Wanderers.

Silver Birch A wrapped up the Division Four title with a convincing 6-1 win at home to Crownwood Dukes. Dan Ruffle grabbed a four-timer and Callum Allen scored twice.

Finchampstead Sunday A finished runners-up after a walkover win against Bracknell Titans, while Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves and Whitegrove Pythons drew 2-2.

Meanwhile, the Junior Cup final between Woodley Saints and Bearwood Wanderers takes place at Larges Lane on Friday, May 11 (7.45pm ko).