DATCHET Village took on the Harchester Hawks development side knowing that a point would give them the Division Four title, securing a first league and cup double in the history of the football club.

The Villagers

started the brighter and had numerous chances to take the lead before finally doing so through Jack Sanderson, his 18th goal of the season.

Despite piling on the pressure, Datchet were unable to extend their lead in the first half but did so early on in the second when

Barry Dunbar

beat the Harchester keeper to the ball and headed in.

Harchester soon pulled a goal back and spent the next few minutes on the front foot.

However, a further goal from Dunbar, his 20th of the season, and a goal from substitute Denzel Howard seconds after coming on, gave Datchet the win and the points they needed to secure the title.

Datchet manager Andrew Clemens said: “The boys have deserved their success this season and Steve Turner (assistant manager) and I have really enjoyed working with them.

“We do think that the future is very bright for this team and we’re already looking forward to and planning next season.

“My thanks to everyone involved, including our sponsors Eclipse Construction LTD plus Horler and Associates as without them this may well have never got off the ground.”

Datchet Village Sunday second and third teams finished off their season with contrasting results.

The reserves beat rivals Maidenhead Nomads Reserves 9-2 with their best performance of the season, while the third team finished with a disappointing 5-2 loss to Division Three champions Hedgerley.