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Five Bracknell Sunday League clubs in the hunt for County Cup glory

It’s January, which means the 2016/17 Berks & Bucks County FA Sunday League cups are reaching their final stages.

Sunday 29th see’s the quarter finals of the Intermediate Cup and the fourth round of the Junior Cup and Trophy – and the Bracknell Sunday League has five representatives remaining in the tournament.

There are quarter finals for two Premier Division sides Finchampstead Athletic Sunday and FC Fernhill while reigning Junior Trophy champions Whitegrove have a last 16 tie in the Junior Cup.

Here’s the fixtures in full for the weekends cup matches:

Berks & Bucks County FA Intermediate Cup Quarter Finals

  • Windsor York Club vs Finchampstead Athletic Sunday
  • Tilehurst YM vs FC Fernhill
  • Aylesbury Flooring vs Dee Road Rangers
  • Reading Irish vs Real Milan

Berks & Bucks County FA County Sunday Junior Cup Fourth Round

  • Xtreme XTM vs Langley Galaxy Sunday
  • Kukui vs Winkfield
  • Polonia Reading vs Richfield Rovers Reserves
  • Whitegrove vs Three Horseshoes (Hazlemere)
  • New City Saints vs BT Coatings
  • The White Horse (Stony Stratford) vs Beaconsfield White Hart
  • Inkpen Spartans FC Team vs AFC Pangbourne
  • Pinkneys Green vs Le Galaxy

Berks & Bucks County FA Sunday Junior Trophy Fourth Round

  • Aylesbury Fushion vs FC Hazlemere
  • Penfold Rangers vs Hambleden Sunday
  • Crendon House vs Wellesbourne
  • Datchet Village vs Holyport Veterans
  • Slough Wizards vs Winnersh Rangers Sunday
  • FC Clewer vs Southcote Colts
  • Englefield Eagles Reds vs AFC Crowthorne Stiffs
  • Crowthorne Inn vs AFC Pangbourne Reserves

Generally, if any games are postponed due to the weather – they will usually roll over to the following weekend. The draw for the next rounds is made the Monday after the majority of ties have been played.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football and manages Bracknell Town Ladies Development Team. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror.

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