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Latest Hellenic League Cup draws for all East Berkshire sides

At last night’s Oxford City Nomads vs Burnham match, the draws were made in public for the next round’s of the four Uhlsport Hellenic League cup competitions.

Bracknell Town

Bracknell Town remain in both of the first team cup competitions and received a home draw in one and an away draw in the other.

In the Bluefin Sports Hellenic Challenge Cup 3rd Round they are away to Longlevens but first they have to overcome Shrivenham who they host at Larges Lane on Saturday 26th November in the 2nd Round.

Its home to Division One West side Hook Norton in the Perpetua Press Floodlight Cup 3rd Round. The sides have already met earlier this season in the FA Vase when the Robins made hard work of it before running out 5-1 winners.

Binfield

It’s one competition for Binfield who are left in the Bluefin Sports Hellenic Challenge Cup and they can look forward to hosting either Royal Wootton Bassett Town or Sandhurst in the 3rd round.

Matt Jones in Ascot United colours. Photo: getreading.co.uk

Matt Jones in Ascot United colours. Photo: getreading.co.uk

They exited the Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup losing 4-2 away at Ardley despite goals from Matt Jones and Courtney Lawrence.

Ascot United

It’s the other cup competition for Ascot United who remain in the Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup and they will welcome Brimscombe & Thrupp in the 3rd Round.

Although Paul Coyne scored, the Yellamen exited the Bluefin Sports Hellenic Challenge Cup losing 2-1 at home to Highmoor Ibis

Sandhurst Town

It’s a case of déjà-vu for Sandhurst Town who have to travel to Royal Wootton Bassett Town in the 2nd Round of both the Bluefin Sports Hellenic Challenge Cup and the Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup.

As mentioned above, their reward for winning in the Challenge Cup is a 3rd Round tie away at Binfield.

Sandhurst Town captain Danny Turner. Photo: Mark Pugh.

Sandhurst Town captain Danny Turner. Photo: Mark Pugh.

If they can see off RWBT in the Floodlit Cup then they entertain Lydney Town in the 3rd round with the tie not particularly kind on the Gloucestershire based side travelling wise.

Sandhurst Town Reserves

In the Chairman’s Challenge Cup for Division Two East and West sides, the Fizzers Reserves will host either Lynch Pin or Stokenchurch in Knockout Round One having progressed through the league based preliminaries.

Wokingham & Emmbrook Reserves

If they can see off Chalfont Wasps Reserves, then Wokingham & Emmbrook Reserves will host Clanfield 85 Reserves in the Chairman’s Challenge Cup Knockout Round One.

The full draws made last night are below:

Bluefin Sport Challenge Cup – Round 3

Binfield v Royal Wootton Bass or Sandhurst Town
Bourton Rovers or Brackley Saints v Holyport
Brimscombe & Thrupp v New College Swindon or Chalvey Sport’s
Chinnor v Headington Amateurs
Highmoor Ibis v Highworth Town or Oxford City Nomads
Longlevens AFC v Bracknell Town or Shrivenham
Lydney Town v Easington Sports
Thatcham Town or Moreton Rangers v Flackwell Heath

Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup – Round 3

Bracknell Town v Hook Norton
Ascot United v Brimscombe & Thrupp
Fairford Town v Henley Town
Royal Wootton Bassett or Sandhurst Town v Lydney Town
Kidlington Reserves v Oxford City Nomads
Bicester Town v Highworth Town
Thatcham Town v Flackwell Heath
Ardley United v Highmoor-Ibis

Chairman’s Challenge Cup – Knockout Round 1

(from teams positioned 1+2 in league based preliminaries)

Bourton Rovers v Flackwell Heath Reserves
Chalvey Sports v Oxford City Nomads Development
Easington Sports Reserves v Kidlington Reserves
Fairford Town Reserves v Penn & Tylers Green Reserves
Hook Norton Reserves v Moreton Rangers
Milton Keynes Academy v Abingdon United Reserves
Sandhurst Town Reserves v Lynch Pin or Stokenchurch
Wokingham & Emmbrook Reserves or Chalfont Wasps v Clanfield 85 Reserves

Veteran’s Challenge Cup – Quarter Final Ties

Chinnor A v Old Hooky
North Leigh v Oxford City A
Thame United v AFC Wallingford
Watlington Town v Oxford City

Fixture dates will be published on FA Full Time when allocated.

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Darrell Freeland

Darrell is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has an encyclopaedic knowledge of local football, it's teams and leagues and was previously club secretary at Bracknell Town FC.

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