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It’s a big midweek kick off for the Thames Valley Premier League

A rundown on the opening nights fixtures

It’s a big midweek kick off for the Thames Valley Premier League

The 2019/20 season of the Thames Valley Premier League is about to kick off with a raft of midweek fixtures on Wednesday 28th August.

The league, originally founded in 1989, is a step 7 league that feeds in to the Uhlsport Hellenic League or Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League depending on geography.

Last season, Marlow United were promoted to the Hellenic after winning the league and recent additions have included AFC Aldermaston and Taplow United.

The season ahead see’s a 14 team top division boosted by the return of Newbury after winning Division One and Finchampstead while Berks County have a new management team in place as Ellis Woods joined Lee Simpson as co-manager.

If you fancied getting across to a game this evening, our friends over @ThamesValleyPL on twitter have provided a handy guide to each fixture.

Burghfield FC vs Newbury FC

Mortimer vs Maidenhead Town

Westwood Wanderers vs Reading City U23

Woodcote vs Cookham Dean

Wraysbury Village vs Windlesham United

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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