Ellis Day playing for Wokingham & Emmbrook against Holyport in the Subsidiary Cup. Photo: Neil Graham.
Ellis Day playing for Wokingham & Emmbrook against Holyport in the Subsidiary Cup. Photo: Neil Graham.

Wokingham & Emmbrook and Ascot United in midweek action

Monday night football plus all the weeks Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup fixtures
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Ellis Day playing for Wokingham & Emmbrook against Holyport in the Subsidiary Cup. Photo: Neil Graham.
Ellis Day playing for Wokingham & Emmbrook against Holyport in the Subsidiary Cup. Photo: Neil Graham.

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A full set of Floodlit Cup fixtures means four of the local Step 6 sides will get the opportunity to get back on the pitch, should the weather hold out.

The first fixture is a Berkshire derby as Woodley United travel to face Binfield on Monday night. Binfield are the current holders of the Floodlit Cup and sit in 10th in the Hellenic Premier League.

The match was due to be played at Scours Lane but both teams agreed to move the fixture to Binfield’s Hill Farm Lane ground after the heavy rain at the weekend.

Report: Binfield progress in Floodlit Cup against Woodley United

On Tuesday night Wokingham & Embrook face their own Hellenic Premier Division opposition when they host Abingdon United. The Us are enduring a tough run of results having won just once in their last 10 games, a run that has seen them slip to 17th in the table.

Related: See Rob’s review of the weekend step 6 action here

Wallingford Town also face Step 5 opposition in the form of Ardley United. Wally make the trip to the Nolan Oils Ground having not played in over two weeks due to weather enforced postponements. Ardley currently sit 14th in the Hellenic Premier Division table.

The final game with local interest sees two of the Hellenic Division One East’s form sides clash as Holyport make the trip to face Burnham at the Gore.

Burnham are in imperious form; they are top of the table, have won 17 out of their last 18 games and have scored 111 goals in 30 games so far this season.

Holyport are on their own run of 9 wins in 11 games and sit 4th in the league table. The two sides also share 4 of the leagues’ top 5 goal-scorers, so it could be an entertaining night in Buckinghamshire.

Perpatua Press Floodlit Cup

Monday

  • Binfield vs Woodley United
  • Kidlington Development vs Flackwell Heath

Tuesday

  • Ardley United vs Wallingford Town
  • Burnham vs Holyport
  • Chalvey Sports vs Ascot United
  • Didcot Town Development vs Penn & Tylers Green
  • Wantage Town vs Almondsbury
  • Wokingham & Emmbrook vs Abingdon United

Wednesday

  • Brackley Town Saints vs Reading City

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