FC Fernhill fly the Bracknell Sunday League flag in the County Cup

Bracknell Sunday League.



Bracknell Sunday League.


Bracknell Town & District Sunday League side FC Fernhill will this weekend attempt to complete their quarter-final tie in the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup away to Eagle Athletic (currently 2nd in the Milton Keynes Sunday League Premier Division) postponed last weekend. The winners of the tie have been drawn away to Aylesbury Flooring in the semi-final.

High-flyers in Division 1 WAB take on 6th placed Binfield Royals whilst both Loveman United (2nd) and Raglan (3rd) will look to stay in touch with wins away to Hurricanes and Winkfield respectively.

It’s tight at the top of Division 2 with only 3 points separating the top four teams. Woodley United (top) travel to Ashridge Park Royals, 2nd placed Warfield United travel to 4th placed Berks County whilst 3rd placed Athletico Ascot travel to AFC Crowthorne Reserves.

Top billing in Division 3 sees top team Woodley Saints entertain 3rd placed Bracknell Corinthians. Elsewhere 2nd placed WAB Reserves travel to Winnersh Town. The division’s fixtures sees an intriguing game between two teams riding the crest of a waive according to recent form in Bearwood Wanderers v. Silver Birch that should be a cracker!

Just 3 points separate the top 3 in Division 4 and this weekend’s fixtures sees 2nd placed Finchampstead Athletic A host 3rd placed Binfield Royals. Occupying top spot at present though Silver Birch A travel to Whitegrove Pythons.

Tony predicts:

FootnoteAs FA Full-Time hasn’t been updated to include for Fernhill’s County Cup tie FiB is not aware of any changes to fixtures in the Premier this weekend and have not included a preview for that division. A round-up of games played will however be included this week as usual.

County Junior Trophy update – Following their recent excellent win in the last 16, Woodley Saints have been drawn away to The Sportsman in the Quarter Final to be played on Sunday 25th February.

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