Macklin scores on FC Bracknell debut

Junior round-up covering FC Bracknell
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Edward Bumpass netted four goals, taking his tally to eight in three games, as FC Bracknell U15s Colts defeated Sandhurst Boys & Girls 9-0 in the East Berks Football Alliance.

FCB never looked back after making a lively start with Kyle Woolerton working hard down the left flank and setting up goals for Bumpass and Vincent Nyame.

Charlie Bray scored twice in as many minutes before Bumpass made it 5-0 at half-time.

Edward added two more in the second half with Quinn Gow and Hayden Mills adding their names to the scoresheet.

Their man of the match was centre-back Jack Partridge, who helped his team keep their first clean sheet for two seasons.
FCB considered the result was harsh on hosts Sandhurst, who battled right to the end.

Unbeaten FCB U16 became the first side to take a Division 1 point off FAB by holding them to a 2-2 draw. New signing Albert Macklin scored early on his debut following Olly Clarke’s corner. Clarke extended the lead, but the strong FAB side hit back to secure a draw.

Keeper Sam English made some fine saves to earn FCB’s best player award.

In another U16 match, FCB Colts recovered from conceding a second-minute goal to defeat Woodley United Hurricanes 5-2 with Harry Miller and Harry Carter scoring two apiece and Lucas Piper the other. Rahul Gutpta was their player of the match.

FCB U16 Youth lost their 100-per-cent record this year when losing 3-1 to Purley Jubilee, with Kyle Wallbanks his side’s player of the match award.

At U14 level, FCB Colts lost 2-0 to Finchampstead Mavericks.  

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