Finchampstead and Fernhill go head to head in Bracknell Sunday League

Tony Hardy's preview of all the weekends Bracknell Town & District Sunday League action
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This weekend sees the first of the two League Junior Cup semi-finals as Silver Birch Dynamoes take on last seasons finalists Woodley Saints, both of Division 2.

Good luck to both in their quest to win through to May’s final. Dates for the finals are here.

Top game in the Premier Division sees Finchampstead Athletic (6th) take on FC Fernhill (top). Fernhill require only 4 points from their remaining 6 fixtures to secure consecutive league titles.

Elsewhere, Crowthorne Inn (2nd) cling to the faintest chances of pipping Fernhill to the title but will need to beat FC Meta on the road. Panthers and Golden Farmer Rangers play the one other fixture, both at the foot of the table.

AFC Crowthorne Stiffs will take top spot in Division 1 with a win away at Bracknell Athletic (7th) who themselves have an outside chance of lifting the title. Loveman United (3rd) will look to keep their own title challenge on track with a tricky looking away fixture with Athletico Ascot (6th). Elsewhere, Berks County, another in-form team in with a shout of the title, travel to play Woodley United.

Top of the bill in Division 3 sees leaders Bearwood Wanderers host Bracknell Cavaliers in 3rd. The difference between the two is just 3 points though Wanderers have a better goal difference of 6. Second placed Braybrooke Athletic, a point behind Bearwood, travel to play Winnersh Town.

Competition for runners-up spot in Division 4 continues this weekend as FC Harmanswater (2nd) play Bracknell Athletic Reserves (4th) whilst 3rd placed Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves play AFC Crowthorne Old Boys.

There’s one more 1st round game in the Subsidiary Cup this weekend that sees Ashridge Park Royals taking on Bracknell Corinthians, both of Division 2.

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