MAIDENHEAD have recorded back-to-back home wins in South West One East with a 34-17 victory against Newbury Blues on Saturday.

The hosts moved into a 21-0 lead early on in the match with tries from Christoph Bart, Perry Jansen and Scott Prince, while Tom Finnie kicked a hat-trick of conversions.

Newbury responded with a Ryan Davis try, converted by Nick Wackwitz, before Maidenhead secured the bonus point when Will Macaulay crossed the whitewash.

Finnie converted and the home side led 28-7 at the half-time interval.

Josh Bartlett touched down for the Blues after the break, while Wackwitz added the conversion and a penalty.

Finnie booted two penalties for Maidenhead, who remain second in the league table and head to Old Centralians on Saturday, March 4.

Windsor registered their seventh win of the season when beating Berkshire rivals Reading 33-10 at Home Park on Saturday.

Windsor, now 11th in the table, are away to Old Centralians on Saturday.

Windsor Dames are through to the semi-finals in the defence of their National Junior Plate crown after a 24-12 win at Ellingham & Ringwood on Sunday.

The Dames return to league action this Sunday when Crowthorne are the visitors to Home Park.

Drifters have moved closer to consolidating second place in the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Premier after a 43-18 win at Abingdon.

Josh White was the star of the show with a hat-trick, while Brad Parker, Oliver Levesley, Matt Rabiasz and George Kalinowski also touched down in the win.

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