Bracknell Town Legends side to face FiB XI in charity clash

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A team of Bracknell Town Legends will face a Football in Berkshire XI in a charity match raising money for Heart Research UK on Sunday 19th April 2020.

The ‘Heart Research UK Cup Final’ will take place at Binfield Football Club’s Hill Farm Lane ground and has been organised by Will Hardy as part of his fundraising drive ahead of running the 2020 London Marathon.

Will chose the charity, and will run the marathon in memory of Darrell Freeland – Football in Berkshire’s co-founder and much missed legend of the non league game.

Darrell Freeland and Will Hardy.

Darrell – who was a Robins supporter and former secretary at Larges Lane sadly passed away in April 2019. Will said: “I’m running the London Marathon and all proceeds go towards Heart Research UK. I’m running in memory of Darrell Freeland.”

As well as the match, on the day pop up stalls, face painting, cupcakes, bouncy castle, kids coaching sessions and a raffle will be on site.

BRACKNELL TOWN LEGENDS: From Mark Anderson, Neil Baker, Michael Buck, Ben Edwards, Jim Griffin, Danny Hayward, Ross Hogston, Graham Lewis, Paul McCarthy, Stephen Nebbett, Jorden Oldham, Jon Palmer, Neil Selby, Gav Smith, Jon Underwood, Ben Woozley, Jody Yee.

The Robins will be managed by Alan Taylor and Mark Tallentire

FOOTBALL IN BERKSHIRE XI: Kyle Bradley, Martin Bradshaw, Tom Canning, Shane Cooper-Clark, Liam Day, Carl Davies, Jack Gale, Jim Hardy, Will Hardy, George Lock, Jay Lovejoy, Tom Nugent, Ben Poynter, Lee Rushe, Ed Sankey, Jake White, Josh Woodley.

The FiB team will be managed by Tony Hardy and Tom Canning.

Can you donate something for the raffle? Buy an advert in the programme or provide another fundraising service? Email tom.canning@footballinbracknell.co.uk

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