It’s another busy weekend of Berks & Bucks FA County Cup action as teams from Divisions One, Two and Three bid to reach the third round of the Sunday Junior Cup this weekend.
The Bracknell Sunday League is guaranteed to have three teams in the hat for the third round draw as there’s three all-Bracknell ties that see Silver Birch take on AFC Dukes, Bracknell Spartans play Ashridge Park Royals whilst Braybrooke Athletic play Athletico Forest.
Good luck to all our teams this weekend.
The two Berks & Bucks Sunday Intermediate Cup ties postponed last weekend sees both Raglan and Panthers bid to join FC Fernhill in the hat for the third round draw.
Berkshire Football Awards supported by PlaySport.
The top two in the Premier Division collide as Bracknell Rangers and Crowthorne Inn, both level on 10 points, battle it out for top spot. Elsewhere, FC Fernhill take on Loveman United.
If you enjoy reading and exploring Football in Berkshire, you may like to know you can make a small financial contribution to keep us up and running. You can make a one off £5 donation or sign up for a monthly contribution here.
Support Football in Berkshire: Advertising your business on FiB is costs just £100 for a whole year. It’s a great way to get in front of on average 20,000 readers a month. By advertising with us, you help keep our website going and ensure that we can keep putting the time in to support and publicise the game we all love. Find out more here.
Top billing in Division One sees Wokingham & Emmbrook TMW (5th) host Athletico Ascot (3rd). With the top two of Sandhurst FFC and Woodley Saints playing County Cup ties, a win for Ascot will see them take top spot.
The other fixture in the division sees Winkfield play Bracknell Athletic. Both teams have yet to win a league point so far and occupy the bottom two positions in the division.
The only fixture scheduled for Division Two this weekend pits Bracknell Corinthians (4th) against Panthers Reserves (10th). Panthers look for their first points of the season whilst a win for Corinthians could catapult them up into 2nd place.
A win for in-form Winnersh Town against a struggling FC Harmanswater would see them take top spot in Division 3 whilst in Division Four both Bracknell Cavaliers Reserves (top) and FC Showcase (2nd) look to maintain their 100% winning starts to their campaigns with games against Finchampstead Athletic A (away) and Bracknell Royals (home) respectively.
Finally, the re-arranged League Junior Cup first round tie between Crowthorne FC A and 3M is to be played this weekend. Bracknell Saint Germain await the winners in Round Two.
For all the latest from Football in Berkshire’s Bracknell Sunday League coverage make sure you us on twitter @bracknellsunday and join the BT&DSL facebook page here. You can also head over to our dedicated section on the website here.