Midweek: Windsor in Tuesday night Hellenic League action and Ascot United to face MK Dons

Binfield's Harry Laflin. Photo: Neil Graham.



Binfield's Harry Laflin. Photo: Neil Graham.


Three nights of football for you to enjoy this week with games across the area taking place in the Uhlsport Hellenic Premier Division and Berks & Bucks County Senior Cup.

Binfield host a struggling Burnham side fresh from an 8-0 reverse at Brackley Town Saints on Monday night at Hill Farm Lane.

The Moles are firmly in mid-table and on a fine run of form that includes just one defeat in their last 11 games and earned a point in a 2-2 draw on Saturday at home to Lydney Town. New signing Harry Laflin has been in great goalscoring form with three goals in his first five matches.

Also on Monday night, promotion chasing Thatcham Town make the short journey up to Scours Lane to face Highmoor Ibis while on Tuesday night Windsor host Abingdon United at Stag Meadow.

Ascot United celebrate scoring against Bracknell Town. Photo: Neil Graham.
Ascot United celebrate scoring against Bracknell Town. Photo: Neil Graham.

On Wednesday, Ascot United have their big night as MK Dons visit the Racecourse Ground for a Berks & Bucks Senior Cup Second Round tie. The Yellamen play the League 1 side for the right to face Windsor in the Quarter Finals.

The full County Cup Quarter Final draw as it stands is here.

Here’s all the midweek fixtures, all matches kick off at 7.45pm unless otherwise stated but please always check with the host club before travelling


Hellenic Premier Division

  • Binfield vs Burnham
  • Highmoor Ibis vs Thatcham Town

Hellenic Premier Division

  • Windsor vs Abingdon United



Berks & Bucks County Senior Cup

  • Ascot United vs MK Dons

Hellenic Premier Division

  • Brackley Town Saints vs Woodley United

Aldershot Senior Trophy

  • Sandhurst Town vs Camberley Town


Main image: Harry Laflin by Neil Graham.

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