Binfield, Bracknell Town, Berks County and Sandhurst Town join forces to promote festive double-header

Dan Money and Luke Hayden celebrate Berks County's FA Vase opener. Photo: Andrew Batt.

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Dan Money and Luke Hayden celebrate Berks County's FA Vase opener. Photo: Andrew Batt.

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Isthmian League sides Bracknell Town and Binfield, and Combined Counties League sides Berks County and Sandhurst Town have joined forces to promote a festive fixture double-header on Monday 27th December 2021.

As part of the promotion, Berks County and Sandhurst Town will play their Combined Counties League Division One fixture at Binfield’s Hill Farm Lane ground at 11:30am before attention switches to Bottom Meadow for Bracknell Town vs Binfield in the Pitching In Isthmian League South Central Division One.

Sandhurst are pushing for promotion from the CCL Division One this season while County could join them if they make the most of their games in hand following the Swords brilliant FA Vase run.

It’s similar in the Ishtmian League, Bracknell are the out and out leaders on 46 points, 12 ahead of Chertsey Town in second (though the outcome of the abandoned game between the two sides is still yet to be revealed) and Binfield are in eighth just outside the play-offs on 27 points.

A full list of all the festive and New Year fixtures is here.

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