Line-up’s complete for the quarter-finals of both the Bracknell Sunday League Senior and Junior Cups

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FC Fernhill, Finchampstead Athletic and Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW all won their County Cup ties and make progress to round 3 with Wokingham winning their all-Bracknell tie against Crowthorne Inn 3-1. (Results for the William Twigg Vets and Morale Madrid ties were not available at the time of writing these notes).

Headlines:

  • (At least) three through to round 3 of the Berks & Bucks Sunday Intermediate Cup
  • Line-up’s completed for the quarter-final both the League’s Senior and Junior Cup’s
  • WAB stay top of Division 1 after all top 4 win
  • Silver Birch A 3-points clear at the top of Division 4

The line-up for the Bracknell Town & District Sunday League Senior Cup quarter-final was completed after Bracknell Cavaliers of the Premier Division edged out Berkshire All Stars of Division 1 by 3-2.

Teams in the hat for the quarter-final draw (BTDSFL Senior Cup) are: Raglan, Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW, FC Fernhill, Sandhurst FFC, Bracknell Cavaliers, Golden Farmer Rangers, FC Meta and Morale Madrid (holders).

FC Meta beat Golden Farmer Rangers in the only Premier Division fixture played, by 2-1. Meta’s continuation of their league form this season closes the gap on the top two with them having two games in hand on both, by 8 points (Crowthorne Inn top) and William Twigg Vets (3 points in 2nd)

Ben Poynter and Lee Kilmartin with the County Cup. Photo: Darrell Freeland.
Ben Poynter and Lee Kilmartin with the County Cup. Photo: Darrell Freeland.

All 4 top teams in Division 1 won their fixtures today with Loveman United hitting Ashridge Park for eight (8-0). Lovemans goal scorers were Alfie Sparrow (4), Ben Poynter (2), Perry Roberts and Lee Blackman. Top of Division 1, as it stands: WAB top on 22 points after 9 games played, Raglan 2nd on 16 points after 7 games played, AFC Crowthorne 3rd on 16 points after 7 games played and Loveman 4th on 15 points after 5 played.

In the remaining round 2 games of the League Junior Cup Warfield United beat Hope & Anchor 3-2 whilst Woodley Saints (of Division 3) thrashed 3M (Division 2) 8-1 whilst Ashridge Park Royals beat Winnersh Town 5-3.

The line-up for the quarter-final of the BTDSFL Junior Cup looks like this: Ashridge Park Royals, Woodley Saints, Newbold College, Bracknell Saint Germain, Silver Birch, Bearwood Wanderers, Warfield United and Athletico Ascot.

In Division 2 both Athletico Ascot and Woodley United took advantage of Warfield United’s break from league action with wins to close the gap on Warfield at the against Bracknell Athletic (4-1) and Bracknell Saint Germain (4-2) respectively. Warfield remain top 7 points clear of Athletico in 2nd and 9 points clear of Woodley United in 3rd.

Silver Birch A stay clear at the top of Division 4 following their 5-1 win against Bracknell Titans whilst 2nd placed Crownwood Dukes slipped up at home to Finchampstead Athletic A by 2-3. Bracknell Royals stayed in touch (3rd) with a 4-2 win against Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves.

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