The weekends fixtures see the start of the 2019/20 Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup competition with five ties involving Bracknell Sunday League sides.
There’s two all-Bracknell ties that see Berks County hosting Panthers whilst Raglan entertain Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW. Good luck to all our sides this weekend.
The one Premier Division fixture sees FC Fernhill play Bracknell Rangers, both with wins after last weekend’s opening games. Should be a cracker!
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The pick of this weekend’s Division 1 fixtures sees promoted Woodley Saints play Athletico Forest. Elsewhere, Athletico Ascot looking to make it two out of two as they travel to face Winkfield.
A full programme of Division 2 fixtures sees two teams opening their League campaign with promoted Braybrooke Athletic, fresh from their narrow yet entertaining defeat to Berks County in last weekends Goals Trophy, hosting Bracknell Corinthians, and William Twigg, returning to the League, playing host to Newbold.
Two teams looking for a second consecutive win in Division 3 sees Crowthorne FC A take on promoted AFC Dukes.
Last week’s free-scoring Bracknell Royals sit it out this weekend, and newcomers Harts of Bracknell will look to take an early hold at the top of the table as they entertain Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves.
Look out for FiB’s Sunday round-up of results on Monday morning. Any club wanting a mention of their goal scorers and any other highlights are free to email us, post them on the Sunday League facebook group or simply like the leagues twitter feed @bracknellsunday. There are already over 200 follows since it launched in the summer and tweet on there. There has been some excellent match commentary from some of the league’s sides already this season.
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