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Woodley United have been taking the County Cup on tour

The Kestrels have taken the trophy on a tour of their sponsors

Woodley United have been taking the County Cup on tour

When Woodley United’s first team lifted the Berks & Bucks County Intermediate Trophy it was the clubs highest honour since the amalgamation of the towns three clubs – United, Hammers and Town.

The club also earned promotion to the Hellenic Premier Division, meaning the Kestrels will play at their highest ever level next season – but it is the silverware of the County Trophy that has been drawing the attention on a tour of the clubs sponsors around the town.

It has – 20 minutes prior to the publication of this article – turned up at the Brown Bag Cafe in Woodley Town centre as well as main sponsor KJ Smith Solicitors and numerous other sites around the town.

Here’s the trophy posing with United’s main sponsors

Woodley United trophy tour at KJ Smith Solicitors.

Woodley United trophy tour at KJ Smith Solicitors.

Here it is in Forest Park in Bracknell with the Advantage Printroom team

Woodley United trophy tour at Advantage Printroom.

Woodley United trophy tour at Advantage Printroom.

On the premises of Laundro Coin

Woodley United trophy tour at Laundro Coin.

Woodley United trophy tour at Laundro Coin.

The Red Rose Indian Takeaway on Headley Road

Woodley United trophy tour at Red Rose.

Woodley United trophy tour at Red Rose.

And at Richard Lloyd Funeral directors

Woodley United trophy tour at Richard Lloyd Funeral Directors.

Woodley United trophy tour at Richard Lloyd Funeral Directors.

White Wave Web get their hands on the trophy

Woodley United trophy tour with White Wave Web.

Woodley United trophy tour with White Wave Web.

And here is the Mayor of Woodley

The Mayor gets her hands on the trophy.

The Mayor gets her hands on the trophy.

With a stop at the Bull & Chequers pub

Woodley United trophy tour at the Bull & Chequers pub.

Woodley United trophy tour at the Bull & Chequers pub.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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