It was a bumper night of Berkshire derby football last night as Bracknell Town hosted Wokingham & Emmbrook and Binfield welcomed Ascot United to Hill Farm Lane.
Bracknell finally broke a run of negative results against their Wokingham neighbours with a 2-1 win despite playing much of the game with 10-men after captain Carl Davies was sent off.
— Carl Davies (@CarlDavies10) March 31, 2016
Adam Cornell with his 10th goal in 10 games along with Seb Bowerman scored for Bracknell while former Robin Jordan Rowland got a late consolation for the visitors who ensured a tense end to the evening.
Sky’s the limit for Robins?
@bracknelltownfc last ten matches:
D W D W W D W W W W
That bodes well for next season.
— FootballinBracknell (@fibracknell) March 31, 2016
Across the B3018, Binfield routed fourth placed Ascot United 4-0 thanks to a brace a piece for Toby Nowell and Michael Walton.
Nowell had a hat-trick ruled out by the linesman but the nature of the win will be a little suprising to Ascot fans who’s side have been in and around the title chasing pack all season.
More importantly, we need to name and shame 😉
0:0 After five mins. Just spotted three Allied midfielders turned up trying to skip the gate! All three got rumbled!#Moles
— Binfield FC (@Binfieldfc) March 31, 2016
Photo credit: Steve Gabb via twitter @spiritofmirko