Shane Cooper-Clark is mobbed after scoring for Bracknell Town against Brimscombe & Thrupp in the Emirates FA Cup. Photo: Neil Graham.
Shane Cooper-Clark is mobbed after scoring for Bracknell Town against Brimscombe & Thrupp in the Emirates FA Cup. Photo: Neil Graham.

How did Berkshire sides do in the 2015/16 Emirates FA Cup?

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Shane Cooper-Clark is mobbed after scoring for Bracknell Town against Brimscombe & Thrupp in the Emirates FA Cup. Photo: Neil Graham.
Shane Cooper-Clark is mobbed after scoring for Bracknell Town against Brimscombe & Thrupp in the Emirates FA Cup. Photo: Neil Graham.

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The 2015/16 Emirates FA Cup wasn’t a vintage year for local sides with Southern League Shortwood United accounting for Binfield and Bracknell Town’s exits while no side got past the First Qualifying Round.

Read more: Date for early round draws in 2016/17 FA Cup, Trophy and Vase announced

Ascot United

The Yellamen were beaten 2-1 in the Extra Preliminary Round by eventual Hellenic Premier champions Kidlington.

Binfield

Southern League side Shortwood United beat the Moles in the Preliminary Round 2-1.

Bracknell Town

United’s next victims were Bracknell Town who they beat 4-3 om the First Qualifying Round despite a heroic fightback from the Robins in Gloucestershire.

Highmoor-IBIS

Another opening round exit, IBIS lost 2-1 to neighbours Thatcham Town.

Holyport

Division 1 East Holyport went down 3-1 to Premier Division Milton United.

Thatcham Town

The only other side to make the First Qualifying Round. Hellenic Premier runners up Thatcham were beaten 1-0 by Hastings United.

Windsor

A 1-0 defeat by AFC Dunstable ended the Royalists 2015/16 adventure in the Extra Preliminary Round.

For all the latest on the 2016/17 Emirates FA Cup visit our dedicated page here.

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