Berkshire’s best young players on show at Bracknell Town FC on Sunday




The latest fixture in the Berks & Bucks FA under 18s calendar brings some of the areas best young players to Bracknell on Sunday 10th March (ko 2pm).

The counties under 18 side includes players from clubs in Berkshire and Buckinghamshire including Maidenhead United, Aylesbury, Binfield, Ascot United and Bracknell Town.

A win on Saturday for the side managed by Ascot United head coach Aaron Steadman would see the young side have one hand on the South & West Counties Championship trophy with one game to go.

The team, who play Wiltshire under 18s on Sunday at Larges Lane, the home of Bracknell Town FC, have won both games so far in the Championship which also includes Cornwall, Devon and Gloucestershire.

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

Speaking to Football in Bracknell, Steadman confirmed the squad for the fixture as:

  • Sonny Wheeler (JMA Reading and Binfield)
  • Joe Whiter (Ascot United)
  • Robbie Veasey (Ascot United)
  • Dominic Reid (Ascot United)
  • Harry McDonnell (JMA Reading and Reading City)
  • Eden Downes (JMA Reading and Reading City)
  • Malachi Caeser (JMA Reading)
  • Alfi Touceda (Aylesbury)
  • Harrison Cliff (Ascot United)
  • Sam Jones (Bracknell Town)
  • Harvey Yates (Cox Green Academy)
  • James Richardson (Ascot United and England Schoolboys)
  • Connor Holland (Bracknell Town and Wokingham & Emmbrook)
  • Josh Harris (Wokingham & Emmbrook)
  • Eddie Lee (Binfield)
  • Josh Elms (Hungerford Town)
  • Jack Hall (Windsor)

Goalkeeper Sonny Wheeler was impressive on Monday in Binfield’s 2-1 Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division win over Ardley United while James Richardson is in the England Schoolboys squad and both Connor Holland and Josh Harris have been making waves in Wokingham & Emmbrook’s first team.

Berks & Bucks u18s Championship results so far

Berks & Bucks u18 2 – 1 Gloucestershire u18
Berks & Bucks u18 4 – 0 Devon u18


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