No let up in Hellenic Premier title race as Thame United go top

Adam Cornell challenges Thame United. Photo: Neil Graham.



Adam Cornell challenges Thame United. Photo: Neil Graham.


Thame United went back to the top of the Uhlsport Hellenic Premier Division on Wednesday night thanks to a 4-1 win at Brackley Town Saints.

The result puts United back above Bracknell Town by two points – although they have now played a game more than the Robins in the 34 match season, and assuming both sides pick up wins at the weekend then the table will stay as it is.

1Thame United3023526874
2Bracknell Town2923337072

Thame’s win came courtesy of the division’s top scorer Lynton Goss’s 32nd, 33rd and 34th goals of the season as well as a strike from Daniel West.

Bracknell’s ‘catch up’ game will be on Saturday 25th March when Longlevens visit Larges Lane.

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