The Reading & District Sunday League's Premier Division title looks set to be decided by the league's disciplinary committee.

By winning their last two games in the past week, Woodley Wanderers Reserves have moved one point behind Richfield Rovers, both having played 15 games.

The title rivals did play each other on April 14, but a bad-tempered encounter at Bulmershe was abandoned by the referee following a number of red cards for both sides.

It is now down to the league to decide what action to take next.

Wanderers assured themselves of a top-two finish by beating Tilehurst YM 2-1 thanks to an Asa Povey brace in midweek before winning the return fixture on Sunday 6-1 with their goals being shared by Povey, Owen Davies, Frank Groom, Jack Thompson-Wheeler, Josh Stemp and Dermot Johnson.

Serge Alladaye scored the consolation for Tilehurst who finish fifth in the final placings.

In the Senior Division, runners-up The Sportsman conceded their game at Tilehurst Club.

Maiden Place clinched the Division One title thanks to a 2-1 win over Henley Town.

It was their 11th win in 14 games and left them two points ahead of Twyford Comets.

Brimpton Rangers leapfrogged Wokingham & Emmbrook to seal a sixth-place finish in Division Two by beating them 2-0 at Lowther Road, where Sam Mildenhall and Oliver Thorburn both found the back of the net.

It was an absolutely remarkable Sunday as far as Division Three was concerned with three games producing an astonishing total of 36 goals.

Seventeen of them came at the Civil Service Club, where Shinfield Park United defeated Mortimer 12-5 to go top of the table.

They have completed their fixtures on 51 points, but South Reading are just two behind with two fixtures against AFC Lowfield Green and Tilehurst Club Reserves still to come in the next week.

Brett Rann led the rout for Shinfield with a hat-trick, there was a brace apiece for Alex Dow, Richard Dow and substitute Sonny Edwards, with Dean Bessant, Mitch Cooper and Tim Lo completing the scoring.

Mortimer's goals came from Jordan Webb (2), Stefan Allen, Andy Johnstone-Archer and sub Mitchell Saunders.

Theale also notched up an amazing 12 goals at Englefield Road, but limited the visitors to just one.

Jamie Clark and James Rattenbury both netted hat-tricks, Alek Yankov bagged a brace and there was one apiece for Karl Clark, Ed Whitesmith, Sam Bernard and James Bishop.

Jake Hooper scored the consolation for Pangbourne, who trailed 8-0 at half-time.

South Reading boosted their title hopes by slamming Tilehurst Club Reserves 6-0 thanks to goals from Luke Maze (3), Jordan Sawyer (2) and Cary Grant.

Division Four champions Burghfield Reserves suffered only their second defeat when being edged out 5-4 by Earley Elite, their goals coming from Alex Vallins, with three, and Joe Morris. They trailed 4-2 at the break.

Runners-up Caversham United defeated Sanctuary Strikers 5-2 with Joe Hales, Matt Webb, each with a brace, and Conner Sturgess their marksmen.

Waybank Wanderers won 2-0 at Tilehurst Titans, leaving them with a final placing of eighth