BERINSFIELD clinched the treble after a 2-1 victory over Saxton Rovers in the 100th North Berks Cup final at Abingdon United.

More than 500 people watched as the league and cup champions took the lead when a fine ball from Luke Saunders found David Murphy, who fired past Jack Absolom and into the bottom of the net from 20 yards.

After both sides missed good chances, Saxton levelled on the hour mark when Louis Bloomfield fired in a free-kick from the edge of the area which deflected off the wall and wrong-footed goalkeeper Tom Lovett on the way into the net.

Saxton were on the front foot and pushed forward looking to take the lead.

One Bloomfield effort whistled just wide, before at the other end Absolom made fine stops to twice deny Murphy.

However, with ten minutes left, the Berinsfield man got the better of the Saxton keeper to score the winner.

Murphy collected a long ball on the edge of the area, took a touch and fired an unstoppable shot into the top corner.

Saxton came agonisingly close to a last-gasp equaliser, but Niall Hogkins saw his close-range header go over the bar as Berinsfield lifted the trophy.

Coleshill United Res lifted the AG Kingham Cup after a 2-0 victory over Grove Rangers Res.

Antoine Semenyo opened the scoring from the penalty spot after he had been fouled.

The goalscorer then crossed for Josh Coombe to head home No 2 just before half-time.