Fixtures: Double midweek for Binfield and Wokingham & Emmbrook look to progress




There are two possible Monday night fixtures for you locally as both Binfield and Wokingham & Emmbrook are at home.

The Moles play host to title challengers Wantage Town in what will be their first fixture in a week after coming from behind to beat Reading City 3-2.

Binfield manager Roger Herridge backed youngster Eddie Lee to become a first team regular at Hill Farm Lane in this weeks Wokingham Paper.

Herridge said: “Don’t be surprised if you see Eddie Lee, if he stays fit, starting an awful lot of games between now and the end of the season.”

Wokingham and Emmbrook manager Dan Bateman. Photo: Graham Tabor.
Wokingham and Emmbrook manager Dan Bateman. Photo: Graham Tabor.

Wokingham & Emmbrook play their penultimate Subsidary Cup game at home to already qualified Holyport on Monday night at Larges Lane in Bracknell.

Dan Bateman’s side will qualify for the knockout stages with one win from their last two games.

Bostik League South Central

No midweek game for Bracknell Town this week but one fixture of interest to Robins fans will be Hayes & Yeading United against Westfield.

United will overtake Bracknell in the table with a win and still have two games in hand over the Robins.


Elsewhere in the Hellenic League Premier Division there’s a midweek fixture in Gloucestershire as Brimscombe & Thrupp take on struggling Longlevens while there’s no rest for Binfield who have a Friday night visit of Ardley United.

Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division


Uhlsport Hellenic League Division One East

  • Didcot Town Development vs Milton United


Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup

  • Bishops Cleeve vs Lydney Town
  • Holmer Green vs Thame Rangers
  • Malmesbury Victoria vs Fairford Town
  • Thornbury Town vs AFC Aldermaston
  • Windsor vs Royal Wootton Bassett Town

Hellenic League Subsidary Cup

  • Wokingham & Emmbrook vs Holyport

Aldershot Senior Cup

  • Farnham Town vs Woodley United

Main image: Eddie Lee by Neil Graham.


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