Have a look at some of the best pictures from a weekend of sport in West Berkshire.
Newbury Blues warmed up for their toughest test of the season so far by crushing Berkshire rivals Windsor 64-0.
The Monks Lane club were competing in their second game of the Championship South West 2 season.
A number of local teams kicked off their league campaigns and there were some mixed results.
Have a look through our gallery as there was an action-packed weekend of sport in West Berkshire.
Newbury came from behind to beat local rivals Marlborough at Monks Lane.
It was the club's first competitive fixture in almost 18 months and it ended with a victory.
The 16-year-old from Newbury has previously spent time in the London Irish Academy set-up.
Blues face Grove this weekend and it'll be their first competitive game since March 2020.
The first pictures of the new football ground have been released – in the same week the council demolishes the old Faraday Road clubhouse.
Life memberships were also handed out for club stalwarts at the club.
Blues can return to normal and have an inter-club friendly at Monks Lane on Saturday.
Cox has made the retention list and will be competing in her fourth season with the club.
The dedication of a pair of Pangbourne rugby fans to the sport was recognised by Vodafone recently with a 'remote' signing.
The head coach has said that the club have re-structured some parts of the playing system to maintain the atmosphere.