Title race hotting up in Bracknell Sunday League Division 4



Bracknell Sunday League.


Bracknell Town & District Sunday League Premier Division leaders Crowthorne Inn return to league action this weekend as they take on Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW who will be smarting from their recent heavy defeat in the County Cup and look to get their first league points on the board. Second placed Finchampstead Athletic take on Morale Madrid and William Twigg Vets (5th) host 3rd placed FC Meta.

In Division 1 both Loveman United (2nd) and Raglan (3rd) have the opportunity to close the gap that WAB hold at the top, now a massive 16 points, with games against Winkfield and Berkshire All Stars respectively. The other game in the division sees bottom team Sandhurst FFC take on a resurgent Finchampstead Athletic Reserves (5th).

The top 4 in Division 2 will again this weekend look to jostle for position at the summit. Current leaders Woodley United travel to AFC Crowthorne Reserves, 2nd placed Warfield United host Newbold College and 3rd placed Athletico Ascot take on 4th placed Berks County in what should be the game of the day. Warfield remain the only unbeaten team in all 5 divisions this season.

Top of the bill in Division 3 is the fixture between Bracknell Corinthians (4th) and 2nd placed WAB Reserves. Elsewhere Silver Birch (6th) play Berkshire United

Competition for the Division 4 title remains intriguing as teams are now into their third round of fixtures. Current leaders Finchampstead Athletic A don’t play, however Bracknell Royals (2nd) take on Whitegrove Pythons and may move back into top position with a win. Third placed Silver Birch A travel to Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves whilst 4th placed Crownwood Dukes travel to Bracknell Titans.

Tony’s predictions:

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