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Berks & Bucks FA under 18s head north for Quarter Final

Squad confirmed for County Rep side quarter final

Berks & Bucks FA under 18s head north for Quarter Final

The Berks & Bucks County FA under 18 representative side make the journey north on Saturday 2nd February for an FA County Youth Cup Quarter Final.

Lead by Aaron Steadman, a team consisting of youngsters from across Berkshire and Buckinghamshire will face a Manchester FA side at Hyde United’s Ewen Fields on Sunday 3rd February.

Included in the squad is 2019 England Schoolboy James Richardson who is part of the Three Lions squad due to face Australia at Stafford Town on Saturday.

Also in the squad are Binfield goalkeeper Sonny Wheeler and striker Eddie Lee as well as Wokingham & Emmbrook’s Josh Harris and Connor Holland.

Interview: Aaron Steadman on the Berks & Bucks FA Youth Team

Steadman’s side beat Cumberland 7-2 in the previous round despite being 2-0 down before Ben Mulley (pictured) inspired a fightback and a last eight meeting in Manchester.

Aaron Steadman. Photo: Neil Graham.
Aaron Steadman. Photo: Neil Graham.

Speaking to Football in Bracknell, Steadman said: “We’re travelling up by coach on the Saturday morning. Staying overnight and then playing Sunday lunchtime.”

Squad: Sonny Wheeler (JMA), Ben Mulley (Maidenhead United), Luke Wayborn (Maidenhead United) Lewis Pegg (Maidenhead United), Harry McDonnall (JMA), Robbie Veasey (Ascot United), Malachi Caesar (JMA), Josh Harris (Wokingham & Emmbrook), Alfi Touceda (Aylesbury), Harrison Cliff (Ascot United), James Richardson (Ascot United), Rhys Harper (Maidenhead United), Bradley Farren (Maidenhead United), Eddie Lee (Binfield), Connor Holland (Bracknell Town/Wokingham & Emmbrook), Lewis Boniface (Maidenhead United).

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Main image: Ben Mulley scores for Berks & Bucks FA. Photo: Mike Swift/Slough Observer.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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