Are these grounds worth of a Bracknell Football Award?

Windsor, Ascot United and Thatcham Town's grounds have all been nominated but are they your favourite?
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Windsor's Stag Meadow Ground. Photo: Windsor FC
Windsor's Stag Meadow Ground. Photo: Windsor FC

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Three grounds so far have been nominated for the 2017/18 EPC Bracknell Football Awards ‘Best Ground’ category.

So far Windsor’s Stag Meadow, Ascot United’s Racecourse Ground and Thatcham Town’s Waterside Park have all been nominated in the category which last year was won by Bracknell Town’s Larges Lane.

The category is open to grounds in Berkshire but there must be grounds locally that are worthy of nomination as well. Is there a particularly well kept park or school pitch? Is there a junior club that really looks after it’s facilities or are our Hellenic League clubs up to scratch? Let us know in the nomination form below.

Stag Meadow

“Great grass pitch and facility”

Racecourse Ground

“Amazing ground to play at and the main pitch is kept to the highest standards with few games having to be cancelled. A real labour of love to the groundsman who looks after it, well done.”

Adam Cornell beats the floored Carl Dennison to put the visitors to the Racecourse ground two goals up. Photo: Mark Pugh.
Adam Cornell beats the floored Carl Dennison to put the visitors to the Racecourse ground two goals up. Photo: Mark Pugh.

Waterside Park

“Very impressed with their ground and facilities.”

If you think these grounds deserve the ‘Best Ground’ award or you have another you’d like to nominate for any category, please fill out the form below to cast your vote! Don’t forget to post your team of the season here.

Can’t see the form? Click to open it in a new window here.

Main image: Binfield manager Roger Herridge by Neil Graham.

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