Suburban League week two see’s Binfield at home and Ascot United on the road

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Binfield Reserves goalkeeper Liam Vaughan. Photo: Colin Byers.
Binfield Reserves goalkeeper Liam Vaughan. Photo: Colin Byers.

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Binfield have some home comforts after a long trip half way around the M25 last weekend when they welcome the relatively local Knaphill to Hill Farm Lane in the Suburban League Premier Division.

Not only was last weekend a long trip for Moles manager Ellis Woods, it was a steep learning curve for the young Binfield side who came home with a 4-0 defeat at Corinthians.

Knaphill themselves came home empty handed last season when they were beaten 2-1 at Boreham Wood Reserves.

See the full Suburban League Premier table, fixtures and results here

In the Central Division 1 it is Ascot United who are front and centre following Tuesday nights opening 2-1 defeat to Hartley Wintney.

The Yellamen Development side visit Farnham Town for their second game of the season with both sides yet to register a point.

Bracknell Town have to wait until Tuesday night when they visit Godalming Town’s Wey Court ground – a proper non league ground but also the scene of the angriest I have ever been watching football – although that is for another day.

See the full Suburban League Central Division table, fixtures and results here

On Thursday, all three clubs discovered their opponents in the County Intermediate Cup with some tasty derbies on offer.

Main image: Binfield Reserves goalkeeper Liam Vaughan by Colin Byers.

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