Where are they now? The 2011/12 Binfield Allied Counties Youth side

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The Binfield FC Allied Counties Youth League side. Photo: Colin Byers.
The Binfield FC Allied Counties Youth League side. Photo: Colin Byers.

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The 2011/12 Binfield Allied Counties Youth side made up an impressive East Berkshire 1-2-3 in the South Division at the end of the season, they finished third behind champions Bracknell Town and runners up Ascot United.

2017 might have seen the Moles youth win the division for the first time, but the 2011 side had some serious ability in a side led by manager Sandy Morrison with current Binfield reserve team manager Ellis Woods assisting.

The side featured several players who have gone on to shine in adult football with Seb Bowerman part of Bracknell’s Hellenic Premier Division runners up and Jake Butler playing at Wokingham & Emmbrook.

The image was taken at Hill Farm Lane before a friendly against Reading FC U16s which the Moles lost 1-0 on 15th September 2011.

But where have the rest of the members of the side ended up? Let us know in the comments below or by tagging people in to the facebook image below:

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Main image: The Binfield FC Allied Counties Youth League side by Colin Byers.

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