If you are looking to support a local team tomorrow then there are plenty of matches to choose from.
Both Ascot United and Bracknell Town are at home in the Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division hosting Brackley Town Saints and Longlevens AFC respectively.
Victory for Ascot United will ensure they finish in fourth place which is a great achievement while they also have a cup final to look forward to.
Bracknell will jump one place up to thirteenth if they can see off Longlevens who defeated the Robins 3-1 in Mark Tallentire’s first match in charge. One thing for sure is that it’s a different Bracknell side now who will be looking to win and secure their Premier Division survival.
Bye bye Palmer Park
Wokingham & Emmbrook make the short journey to Highmoor-IBIS in what will be Highmoor’s last league match at Palmer Park before moving to Scours Lane next season. The Sumas could officially finish second bottom but would need to win their last three matches and hope Abingdon United lose their last two.
Binfield make the long journey west to play the friendly bunch at Brimscombe & Thrupp in Gloucestershire. The Moles are currently in eighth – one place and one point below B&T – and could climb up to sixth with a victory if Thame United also lose.
Division 1 East
In Division One East, Finchampstead travel to Wantage Town Reserves. Finch are currently eighth and will finish comfortably in the middle of the pack.
Thames Valley League side Berks County are without a match as they finish their campaign with two midweek fixtures which we will highlight in our midweek preview.
Saturday 9th April matches involving local sides:
Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division
Ascot United v Brackley Town Saints
Bracknell Town v Longlevens
Brimscombe & Thrupp v Binfield
Highmoor-IBIS v Wokingham & Emmbrook
Uhlsport Hellenic League Division One East
Wantage Town Reserves v Finchampstead
All the latest local Hellenic Football League news on our topic page here.