Allied Counties Youth League 2016/17: Bracknell and Binfield to renew acquintances

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Bracknell Town and Binfield youth teams will go head to head once again after the formers relegation to the Allied Counties Youth League Southern Division was confirmed at the recent league AGM.

Bracknell won the division in 2015 and spent last season in the Premier, only dropping down a level after a heartbreaking final day defeat to Uxbridge at Larges Lane.

Binfield, managed by former Norwich City and Tottenham Hotspur professional John Polsten narrowly missed out on promotion themselves last season and will be – you would think – looking to go one better this time around.

Binfield Youth Team manager John Polston.
Binfield Youth Team manager John Polston.

The full league constitution was confirmed with three first divisions feeding into a Premier. Both Beaconsfield SYCOB and Sandhurst Town take their places in the Premier division for the 16/17 season.

Here’s the full list:

Premier Division

Ascot United
Aylesbury
Beaconsfield SYCOB
Burnham
Harefield United
Maidenhead United
Marlow
North Greenford United
Oxford City
Sandhurst Town
Uxbridge

Southern Division

Abbey Rangers Elite
Alton Town
Binfield
Bracknell Town
Camberley Town
Cove
Eversley & California
Hartley Wintney
Knaphill
Westfield
Windsor FC u-18

East Division

Abbey Rangers Elect
Barnet
Bedfont Sports Club
C B Hounslow
Chalfont St Peter
Colney Heath
Flackwell heath
Hanwell Town
Holmer Green
Slough Town
Wembley
Windsor FC academy

Central Division

Bicester Town
Buckingham Athletic
Chesham United
Clanfield 85
Didcot
Henley Town
Highmoor-IBIS
Kidlington
Thame United
Thatcham Town
Wantage Town

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