Britwell vs Singh Sabha Slough action. Photo: Andrew Batt / contentello.smugmug.com
Britwell vs Singh Sabha Slough action. Photo: Andrew Batt / contentello.smugmug.com

Slough Town Challenge Cup Quarter Finals draw

The draws have been released for this years competition
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Britwell vs Singh Sabha Slough action. Photo: Andrew Batt / contentello.smugmug.com
Britwell vs Singh Sabha Slough action. Photo: Andrew Batt / contentello.smugmug.com

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The draws for the Slough Town Senior and Junior Challenge Cups have been made. With eight clubs entering the senior competition it goes straight into the quarter-finals. Five clubs have entered the junior cup so a solitary quarter-final is required before the semi-finals begin.

Senior Cup

The Slough Town Challenge Cup is almost a century old with the first edition being played in 1923. The competition has taken a break over the past couple of years with the last champions of the competition being Slough Heating Laurencians and Chalvey Sports who shared the cup after both making the final in 2019/2020, a season truncated by Covid-19.

Quarter Finals

  • Frontline FC vs KS Gryf
  • Iver Heath vs Singh Sabha Slough
  • Britwell vs FC Baylis
  • AFC Cressex vs Old Windsor

Of the teams entering this year, Singh Sabha Slough were winners of the cup in 2019, beating Langley, while teams from Iver Heath have won the competition in the past.

Junior Cup

FC Deportivo Galicia Reserves get a chance to win the cup they won in 2019. The junior section cup begins with a solitary quarter-final fixture between Reading YMCA Vets and Chalvey Sports A before the semi-finals take place.

Semi finals

  • Old Windsor Reserves vs FC Deportivo Galicia Reserves
  • FC Frontline Reserves vs Reading YMCA Vets or Chalvey Sports A
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