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Your thoughts: Bateman and Eggleston exit and JC Etienne’s goalscoring form

Your thoughts: Bateman and Eggleston exit and JC Etienne’s goalscoring form

Last night was a big one on and off the pitch locally as Binfield triumphed in the Reading Senior Cup while there were defeats for Wokingham & Emmbrook and Bracknell Town – and the small matter of a managerial change at the Sumas.

Bateman & Eggleston to step down

Reporter Dave Wright was the first to break the news after the Binfield/Wokingham game last night. See our story about what is happening at the club here.

And there were a few reactions..

Roger had a word for Clive as well, who is stepping up..

Binfield vs Wokingham

The Moles beat holders Wokingham & Emmbrook 2-1 in the Reading Senior Cup quarter finals. Here’s what was said.

Colin’s photos from the game. He’s written a report here.

Jean-Claude praised by the chairman – and his fan base..

Didcot Town Reserves vs. Bracknell Town

The Bluefin Sport Supplementary Cup semi-final saw Bracknell Town beaten 2-1 at Didcot Town Reserves. The Railwaymen will play Fairford Town in the final.

What’s next then? Well there’s a semi-final for Binfield and a quarter-final for Bracknell Town to come, as well as a couple of outstanding league game. We’ve listed it all here.

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Main photo credit: Jean-Claude Etienne by Colin Byers.

Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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