Sean Kimmins and Martin Renton scored an excellent 68 and the winner was decided on countback.
It was an entertaining day as there were plenty of local winners across the board.
This week, Tim talks about how Reading got past struggling Barnsley in their Championship clash.
There were a number of entertaining games in the Newbury netball league recently.
Kidney recipient Henry Kimbell is 'Galloping to Give' at Flat season finale at Newbury Racecourse.
Admittance for West Berkshire members will be £3, while non-members can attend the evening for £7.
The former Littleheath School pupils have been selected for the tag rugby’s British & Irish Cup.
Any racing staff member with a valid stable pass or validity slip/letter from their employer can go.
Have a look through some of our sports best pictures from the weekend with plenty happening.
The Virgin Bet Flat Finale with Oktoberfest is Newbury’s final Flat fixture of the year.
Hungerford were on the wrong end of a 2-1 scoreline in the FA Cup on Saturday afternoon.
The 26-year-old pipped William Buick to the title on thrilling Champions Day at Ascot.
The Crusaders suffered a narrow defeat to National League side Bromley in the Emirates FA Cup.
The latest round of fixtures took place in the Newbury Netball League.
Kingfishers boss Jamie Leacock wants his side to kick on after beating Sholing in the cup.
Tim talks about the international break and how his attentions turn when Reading don't play.
The Kingsclere trainer also has his say on where the Flat jockeys' championship title will go.
The 26-year-old will now face Jose de Sousa in round two of the tournament on Saturday.
Hungerford Town are bidding to reach the FA Cup first round for the first time in 42 years.
Both of the Lambourn trainers have enjoyed big success with the Preston North End owner.