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Nostalgic pictures of the Quinton Stand at Larges Lane

The iconic Quinton Stand at Larges Lane is no more as the redevelopment of Bracknell Town’s ground continues apace.

Larges Lane has hosted football for over half a century, and for two decades the stand at the Mount Pleasant end of the ground has watched over 1000s of fixtures at the club.

The corrugated metal structure came down last week – club officials have confirmed it will be replaced – so we thought we’d pull out some of our favourite images against the back drop of the locally famous stand.

Former club secretary Cliff McFadden posted on the FootballinBracknell facebook page: “End of an era! I built that with Mick O’Neill and Richard Whitty!”

Our favourite..

Ben Knight celebrates with Michael Godfrey

Ben Knight celebrates with Michael Godfrey after scoring for Bracknell in the Hellenic Premier League.

Michelle Turner

Michell Turner fires home for Bracknell Town Ladies

Bracknell Ladies hot-shot Michelle Turner fires one home for the Robins.

One of the great FA Cup days..

Bracknell Football Club Vs Barnet in the FA Cup 4th Qualifying round

The packed Quinton Stand for the Bracknell Town vs Barnet fourth qualifying round FA Cup tie.

What a save!

Bracknell Town versu Cinderford Town Bracknell keeper Andy Poyser makes a crucial penalty save,

Andrew Poyser pulls off a fine penalty save for Bracknell against Cinderford Town.

One of the great goals..

Tom Barratt scores for Bracknell Town

Sam Barratt (far side) crosses to his brother Tom who slots home in front of the Quinton Stand during the FA Cup victory over Binfield.

An old friend

Bracknell Town Vs Carshalton Supporters

The late Roger Edwards takes his place in the stand with the his family. Roger is still remembered at the club with the golden boot named in his honour.

There’s more..

See the full gallery of images on our facebook page.

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Tom Canning

<p>Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror.</p><br />

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