Can Bracknell Town FC hold on to 100% Suburban League record?

Bracknell Town FC's William Kyeremeh. Photo: Neil Graham.



Bracknell Town FC's William Kyeremeh. Photo: Neil Graham.


Liam Day’s Bracknell Town under 21 side are on the road again in the Suburban League Central Division on Saturday looking to maintain a 100% record that see’s them top the table.

The Robins have nine points from three games – a remarkable run when you consider Day’s side are homeless until Larges Lane is back in use.

Day’s side have beaten Berkhamstead, Godalming Town and Northwood scoring 12 goals in the process with the netbusters shared amongst seven players.

Bracknell Town FC's Dan Roberts. Photo: Connor Sharod-Southam.
Bracknell Town FC’s Dan Roberts. Photo: Connor Sharod-Southam.

Leigh Allen (2), William Kyeremeh (2), Ben Poynter (2), Dan Roberts (2), Connor Thorndike (2), Ben Hall and Sean Hanley have all registered for Bracknell who have been without captain Tom Nugent for the opening part of the campaign.

The young Robins head to Dunstable Town – George Best played for them once they are quite fond of telling you – on Saturday but it’ll be even more of a trip in to the unknown than usual. Dunstable have only played one league game this season losing 3-0 to London Colney.

Ascot United are off to South Division bottom side in the Suburban League Challenge Cup while Binfield FC aren’t in action until Wednesday when they visit Woking.

Full table and fixture details on the Suburban League Premier here, and the Central Division here.

Main image: William Kyeremeh pictured by Neil Graham.

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