Premier Division

North Watford are the Watford Sunday League champions for the third successive season after their un-played game against St Josephs was awarded to them.

The success came despite going down to a 2-0 defeat last Wednesday evening at the hands of WD Bushey with the goals coming from Hamze Ali and Connor Bevan.

Cassiobury Rangers took four points from a possible six from their doubler header with Glenn SSC.

The first game ended in a 1-1 draw with both goals coming in the first half.

Chris Blunden gave Glenn the lead before Myles Shahidi levelled soon after with an effort from 20 yards out.

The return match ended in a comprehensive 5-0 victory for Rangers.

They went in front when Nathan Page headed home into the top corner, but it wasn’t until the second half that the goals started to flow.

The second was scored by Corey Botten, who stepped inside the full-back and fired a shot into the bottom left corner.

It was soon 3-0 when Botten scored again, this time tapping in from close range, before he turned provider to set up Taylor Osunsedo to tap in at the back post.

Osunsedo then returned the favour to Botten to complete his hat-trick after Tom Norris played a cross-field ball into the path of Osunsedo. He pulled the ball back for Botten, who struck another shot into the bottom left corner to seal the win.

The game between WD Bushey and St Josephs was abandoned after 71 minutes, with Joes leading 7-0 when their opponents walked off the pitch.

The incident will now be investigated by Hertfordshire FA and the league committee.