Bracknell Sunday League sides avoid trickiest ties in County Cup quarter finals

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Finchampstead Athletic Sunday's Gareth Ainsworth. Photo: Berks County FC.
Finchampstead Athletic Sunday's Gareth Ainsworth. Photo: Berks County FC.

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Bracknell Town & District Sunday League Champions FC Fernhill and league rivals Finchampstead Athletic Sunday have been kept apart in the quarter finals of the Berks & Bucks County Intermediate Sunday Cup.

More importantly the pair have avoided Reading & District Sunday League leaders Dee Road Rangers – the side that saw off Bracknell’s FC Meta 9-0 on Sunday.

The draw was published on Tuesday afternoon and will see both sides on the road – Fernhill are in Reading while Finch look set to play in the grounds of Windsor Great Park.

Fernhill will face Reading Premier side Tilehurst YM – currently 8th in their division after four games. In Reading, the Premier is effectively the second division after the Senior which Dee Road are top of.

Finch will as mentioned head to Windsor where they will face Windsor York Club.

The full draw for the quarter finals of the Berks & Bucks County Intermediate Sunday Cup:

Windsor York Club vs Finchampstead Athletic Sunday
Tilehurst Ym vs FC Fernhill
Aylesbury Flooring vs Dee Road Rangers
Reading Irish vs Real Milan

The matches are due to be played on 22nd January 2016. Full information on the B&B website here.

Main image: Finchampstead Athletic Sunday’s Gareth Ainsworth by Berks County FC.

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