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Windsor vs Bracknell Town friendly moved and Binfield host Hungerford Town

Windsor vs Bracknell Town friendly moved and Binfield host Hungerford Town

Bracknell Town’s final first team pre season friendly on Saturday 30th July has been moved to Windsor’s Stag Meadow ground.

The ground has played host to numerous derbies between the clubs in the last few decades, particularly when both sides were in the Ryman and Southern step four leagues with the last competitive tie likely being the 6-0 defeat the Royalists inflicted on Bracknell in 2009.

Since then Bracknell have adapted to life in the Hellenic Football League while Windsor & Eton were wound up in February 2011 due to an unpaid tax bill (Source: BBC News – external link).

Windsor FC were born out of the ashes and took a place in the Combined Counties Premier Division – staying at their famous old Stag Meadow ground due to the site being owned by the Crown Estate – where they have competed for the last five seasons.

On Thursday night Binfield have a tough challenge when Conference South side Hungerford Town and ex-Mole Luke Williams visit Hill Farm Lane with kick-off at 7.45pm.

Read more: Preview for Binfield vs Hungerford Town

The match is the Moles final warm-up before their season curtain raiser away to Henley Town on Tuesday 2nd August.

Tonight (Wednesday) Finchampstead travel to Eversley & California Reserves while Wokingham & Emmbrook travel to former landlords Henley on Friday and host Cookham Dean on Saturday.

All the results from Tuesday nights friendlies are here. Want to get the latest

Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.


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