A LATE Sukh Hunjan strike proved decisive as Singh Sabha Slough edged a five-goal thriller 3-2 at home to AFC Crowthorne in the Premier Division of the East Berkshire League.

The hosts started brightly and Hardeep Soor had a shot sensationally blocked by the Crowthorne defence, while at the other end, Sabha 'keeper Andrei Tonca was forced into a brilliant save from distance.

It was the home side who took the lead midway through the first half courtesy of a brilliant 20-yard Hunjan free-kick, and they should have doubled their lead almost immediately, only for Soor to mis-fire after being played in by the goalscorer.

Sabha were made to rue that miss as Crows equalised shortly before the break, a long free-kick headed into the back of the net.

After weathering an early second-half storm, the hosts went back in front from the penalty spot as captain Mampreet Randhawa made amends for a miss the previous week to slot home.

However, a stunning Crowthorne equaliser looked like it would earn the visitors a point, only for man-of-the-match Hunjan to have the final say when he knocked in an Omar Riaz cut-back in added time.

Delaford remain top of the tree after edging out Slough Heating Laurencians 2-1, while Britwell crushed rock bottom Frontline 8-1.

An extraordinary Mack Bermingham bicycle kick inspired table-toppers Wraybury Village to a 1-0 win at Iver Heath in Division One, the hosts left to rue a missed penalty before half-time.

Robertswood won 5-0 at Hounslow Wanderers, and Slough Heating Laurencians Reserves edged out second-placed KS Gryf 3-2.

In Division Two, leaders Stoke Poges Saints Reserves drew 1-1 with Langley Development, St Peters Iver beat Eton Wick 4-2 and Phoenix Old Boys Reserves shared the spoils 2-2 at home to Langley Hornets.