FC Fernhill and Crowthorne Inn lock horns in the League Cup; Silver Birch A and Bracknell Royals battle it out at the top of Div 4




It’s back to cup action for many of our teams this weekend that sees a number of mouth-watering ties to be played in round 2 of both the League Senior and Junior Cups.

Pick of the ties in the Senior Cups sees FC Fernhill, who have yet to get their league campaign off the ground, take on league leaders Crowthorne Inn. Elsewhere, holders Morale Madrid entertain William Twigg Vets whilst Wokingham & Emmbrook take on Finchampstead Athletic. The all Division 1 tie between the top two, WAB and Raglan, catches the eye.

In the Junior Cup top billing goes to Crownwood Dukes (top of Division 4) who take on Silver Birch (Division 3).

There are no Premier Division games this weekend. In Division 1, and with the top 3 involved in cup action, AFC Crowthorne (4th) could capitalise and move up the table if they were to beat Berkshire All Stars. Binfield Royals will be favourites to beat a struggling Finchampstead Athletic Reserves side that would move them up the table too. The one remaining game scheduled for the Division sees Ashridge Park (9th) take on Hurricanes (7th).

Warfield United, whose lead at the top of Division 2 is currently 7 points, will stretch further clear at the top with a home win against 3M. The only other game in the Division sees Bracknell Athletic (7th) play Berks County (5th).

Woodley Saints, top of Division 3, will be favourites to keep their 100% league record intact, with a home fixture against Winnersh Town. Elsewhere in the Division WAB Reserves (3rd) will look to stay in contention for top spot as they entertain Winnersh Rangers. The bottom two of Berkshire United, yet to register a point and Bracknell Falcons battle it out.

In Division 4 Silver Birch A (top) play Bracknell Royals (3rd) in a fixture of huge importance to both teams. A win for Birch will see them move 3 points clear whilst a win for Royals will see then re-take top spot.

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