Bracknell Town's Callum Whitty. Photo: Neil Graham.
Bracknell Town's Callum Whitty. Photo: Neil Graham.

The weekend: Round two in the 2016/17 Hellenic Premier League

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Bracknell Town's Callum Whitty. Photo: Neil Graham.
Bracknell Town's Callum Whitty. Photo: Neil Graham.

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Following Saturday’s dramatic Emirates FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round fixtures, it’s back to domestic business with round two of the 2016/17 Uhlsport Hellenic Premier League.

Saturday is also the start of Division 1 East and we’ve previewed that here (though there is already a postponement), but in the highest Hellenic division it is a busy day of nine ties with an early weekend off for Thatcham Town – due of course to the withdrawal of Cheltenham Saracens and a 19 team division.

Binfield are at home and looking for their second league win of the season when Lydney Town visit while early strugglers Burnham host last seasons great survivors Tuffley Rovers and Highmoor-IBIS host Ardley United who defeated championship favourites Thatcham on the opening day.

On the road once again are Bracknell Town who face their third game in three away from their temporary home at Bottom Meadow when they visit Oxford City Nomads while Ascot United travel to newly promoted Carterton.

Full Hellenic Premier League fixtures for Saturday 13th August

Binfield vs Lydney Town
Brackley Town Saints vs Longlevens AFC
Brimscombe & Thrupp vs Flackwell Heath
Burnham vs Tuffley Rovers
Carterton vs Ascot United
Henley Town vs Royal Wootton Bassett
Highmoor-Ibis vs Ardley United
Oxford City Nomads vs Bracknell Town
Thame United vs Highworth Town

Want to see an up to date table? Make sure you bookmark our Hellenic Premier League page here.

Main image: Callum Whitty for Bracknell Town on the opening day at Flackwell Heath by Neil Graham.

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