Bracknell Town boss Geoff Warner has confirmed he has an almost fully fit squad to choose from ahead of the visit of Molesey in the Bostik League South Central Divison One on Saturday.
Warner confirmed that goalkeeper Mark Scott was on his way back but it was still to soon for him to feature.
The Bracknell manager added that Jamie McClurg was available again after missing out on Tuesday night at AFC Hornchurch while Ash Artwell was fit after coming off in the semi final.
Ascot United manager Jamie Tompkins has an almost full squad to choose from himself. Speaking to Football in Bracknell he said: “Elliott Carey is suspended but Lamin Sankoh and Luqman Kassim return to the squad.
“We’re also without James Richardson who is away on a England Schoolboys training camp in Milan.”
Binfield manager Roger Herridge has Jonny Hathaway available for debut, the full back has made 13 league appearances for Bracknell Town this season while Jemel Johnson should return.
One further bit of good news see’s Jack Thomson-Wheeler on his way back from injury. The right back has been out injured since breaking a fibula at the start of December and is due to play for the Moles development side on Saturday.
Dan Bateman, the Wokingham & Emmbrook manager has no worries ahead of his sides trip to Wallingford Town in the Hellenic League Division One East. He said: “I have a full squad to choose from tomorrow so a few selection headaches!”
Slough Town managers Neil Baker and Jon Underwood have made an addition to their squad with Berkshire born central midfielder Billy Clifford joining the club on loan from Billericay Town until the end of the season.
A post on the club website revealed the midfielder – who lives a few minutes from Arbour Park, was a youngster at Chelsea and has played in the Football League. He will go in to the squad for the game against Dartford on Saturday.
Royal Wootton Bassett Town have brought in reinforcements ahead of the visit of Binfield on Saturday. They have signed Forest Green Rovers youngster Elias Youssef.
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