Weekend: M4 away days for Binfield and Ascot United in Hellenic Premier

Binfield's Jack Thompson-Wheeler. Photo: Neil Graham.



Binfield's Jack Thompson-Wheeler. Photo: Neil Graham.


It’s a weekend of long Hellenic Premier Division away days for Binfield and Ascot United who both have trips down the M4 to Gloucestershire on Saturday.

The Moles are unbeaten in their last four league games – six overall – and manager Roger Herridge is targeting a top six finish for his Hill Farm Lane squad.

Ascot are desperately looking for points to claw their way out of the bottom four and are six points behind 16th placed Woodley United.

The Yellamen put in a really solid performance against a youthful EFL League One MK Dons in midweek and will hope to take that confidence on, but there will be injury concerns over new forward Ben Harris who limped out of the game.

Ben Harris and Ascot United manager Neil Richards. Photo: Neil Graham.
Ben Harris and Ascot United manager Neil Richards. Photo: Neil Graham.

Traffic and travel warning: If you are headed down the M4 at the weekend, please allow extra time as the motorway is due to close on Friday evening for the weekend in both directions between junction 12 (Theale) and 13 (Chieveley/Newbury). Full details from our friends at Get Reading here.

There’s no fixture for Bracknell Town who have time off before their FA Vase Third Round tie on 2nd December but there are very winnable home ties for both Woodley and Windsor on Saturday.

In Division 1 East Wokingham & Emmbrook are on a bit of a recovery, winning their last two games – one of which was against Saturday’s opponents Wallingford Town who head to Lowther Road following a 7-1 defeat to Virginia Water a week ago.

Wokingham & Emmbrook's Nick Bateman against Wallingford Town. Photo: Graham Tabor.
Wokingham & Emmbrook’s Nick Bateman against Wallingford Town. Photo: Graham Tabor.

On Sunday there’s a full afternoon of SRWFL Division 1 North football with Woodley United playing Wycombe Wanderers for the third time this season and a week after knocking the Bucks side out of the County Cup.

All the fixtures are below, but as usual please check with the host club before you travel and keep an eye on our twitter feed for updates


Berks & Bucks County Senior Trophy Second Round

  • Chalvey Sports vs Sandhurst Town

Quarter Finals: Here’s the draw for the last eight of the Senior Trophy

Hellenic League Premier Divsion

  • Longlevens vs Ascot United
  • Tuffley Rovers vs Binfield
  • Windsor vs Burnham
  • Woodley United vs Fairford Town


Hellenic League Division 1 East

  • Chalfont Wasps vs AFC Aldermaston
  • Wokingham & Emmbrook vs Wallingford Town AFC
  • Henley Town vs Holyport


Suburban Football League

  • Div 1 North: Ascot Utd vs Westfield
  • Div 1 North: Farnham Town vs Eversley & California
  • League Cup: Binfield Reserves vs Horley Town

Suburban League round up: Charlie Craske on target for Binfield


Southern Region Women’s Football League Division 1 North

  • Benson Lionesses vs Wargrave (2pm)
  • Wokingham & Emmbrook vs Barton Rovers (2pm)
  • Wycombe Wanderers vs Woodley United (2pm)

Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League

  • League Cup: Sandhurst Town vs Aylesbury United Ladies (2pm)
  • Div 2 East: Abbey Rangers Ladies vs Binfield (2pm)
  • Div 2 East: Woking Ladies vs Ascot Ladies Reserves (2pm)


Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup

  • Woodley United vs Windsor


Main image: Binfield’s Jack Thompson-Wheeler by Neil Graham.

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