An exciting midweek of football as Hungerford Town get the first of the four Berks & Bucks County FA Senior Cup Quarter Finals underway at home to Wycombe Wanderers while the Soccer AM cameras are at The Rivermoor with a focus on Gareth Ainsworth as Woodley United take on promotion chasing Holyport.
For Maidenhead United they have a chance to bounce back quickly from a disappointing result on Saturday while Slough Town’s promotion ambitions will be heavily tested at Havant & Waterlooville.
Your midweek fixture poster boy is Wycombe Wanderers boss and Woodley United midfielder Gareth Ainsworth. Photo by Neil Graham.
Berks & Bucks County FA Senior Cup Quarter Final
Hungerford Town vs Wycombe Wanderers
Vanarama National League
AFC Fylde vs Notts County
Aldershot Town vs Boreham Wood
Barnet vs Dagenham & Redbridge
Maidenhead United vs Ebbsfleet United
Berkshire Football Awards supported by PlaySport.
Vanarama National League South
Havant & Waterlooville v Slough Town (Wednesday 26th)
Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League Premier Division
Ascot United vs Redhill
CB Hounslow United vs Hanworth Villa
Raynes Park Vale vs Sheerwater
Colliers Wood United vs Abbey Rangers (Wednesday 26th)
Uhlsport Hellenic League Division One East
Kidlington Development vs Didcot Town Development
Marlow United vs Penn & Tylers Green
Risborough Rangers vs Abingdon Town
Woodley United vs Holyport (Wednesday 26th)
Bluefin Sport Hellenic League Challenge Cup
Binfield P-P Fairford Town (Monday 24th)
Reading City P-P Flackwell Heath (Monday 24th)
Bishops Cleeve vs Tuffley Rovers
Esoteric Recordings Division One Challenge Cup
Sandhurst Town vs Kensington & Ealing Borough
Bluefin Sport Hellenic League Supplementary Cup
Chinnor vs Wallingford Town
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