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Binfield bounce back in Allied Counties Youth League

Results and fixtures from across the Allied Counties Youth League this week

Binfield bounce back in Allied Counties Youth League

A couple of games already played this week as Binfield beat bottom of the Central Division Sandhurst Town 5-2 in the Allied Counties Youth League on Monday night.

There were five different scorers for the Moles as Luke Frewin, Toby Illingworth, Eddie Lee, Charlie Wheeler and Lucas Surpanu all scored at Bottom Meadow.

The result was a good response from John Polston’s side having been beaten 6-2 by Maidenhead United four days earlier – Lee and Joel Valentin on target in that game for the Moles.

The other Monday night game came in the East Division and it saw table toppers Uxbridge beat eighth place Colney Heath 3-2.

Coming up this week, the full fixtures are below, and please always check with the host club before you travel, but Central Division leaders Maidenhead United aren’t in action – they will be knocked off the top though if Hanworth Villa can beat Abbey Rangers on Thursday night.

United look favourites for the division title so far with a 100% league record after 10 games. Second placed Ascot Untied and Hanworth are both level on points but have played more games.

Monday 18 February

League Cup Second Round
Thatcham Town v Ascot United – Postponed due to internal flooding

Central Division
Sandhurst Town 2-5 Binfield

The latest table, results and fixtures are here.

East Division
Colney Heath 2-3 Uxbridge

Tuesday 19 February

South Division
Ash United v Camberley Town

East Division
Chalfont St Peter v CB Hounslow United
Hanwell Town v North Greenford United

Wednesday 20 February

League Cup Third Round
Guildford City v Harefield United

Thursday 21 February

Central Division
Hanworth Villa v Abbey Rangers

North Division
Buckingham Athletic v Winslow United

All the latest transfer news ahead of the 2019/20 season is here. Keep up with all the pre season fixtures in Berkshire here.

Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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