Hungerford Town boss Danny Robinson. Photo: Darren Woolley / darrenwoolley.photos
Hungerford Town boss Danny Robinson. Photo: Darren Woolley / darrenwoolley.photos

FA Cup team news as Hungerford Town make preparations

News from clubs across Berkshire ahead of Saturday's fixtures
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Hungerford Town boss Danny Robinson. Photo: Darren Woolley / darrenwoolley.photos
Hungerford Town boss Danny Robinson. Photo: Darren Woolley / darrenwoolley.photos

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FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round

Hungerford Town vs Bromley – FA Cup

Danny Robinson: Curtis Angell out for 3 to 4 weeks, ankle and Bruno Tavares out for 2 weeks also ankle.

Pitching In Isthmian League Division One South Central

Binfield vs Westfield

None yet.

Thatcham Town vs Hanwell Town

Jamie Leacock: Shane Cooper Clark out for 6 weeks with a fractured rib. All set aside from that.

Tooting & Mitcham United vs Bracknell Town

Bobby Wilkinson: Everyone is available hungry for a big challenge ahead of tomorrow.

Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League Premier Division North

Egham Town vs Virginia Water

Ceri Jones: Off to a shaky start, badly affected by missing 3 weeks of pre-season due to Covid, and resulting injuries and poor availability. The addition of Adam and Jake Bessant to the Management Team, has strengthened and stabilised the club, and performances on the pitch have improved, with back to back wins. We are under no illusions with two extremely tough games ahead away at Egham Town and league leaders, St.Pantelimon. We continue to look to add to the squad, but we are confident in our players and ability and will be a test for any side on our day.

Reading City vs Spelthorne Sports

Simon Johnson: Tomorrow we have skipper Alfie Grant and Dan Davies returning to the squad which will be a boost for us. We also have new signing Sid Gbala available and Kieron Drake has signed whilst we have both Charlie York and Andy Rider our goalkeepers injured. Luis Le Paih has returned from France to the squad in the last couple of weeks. Nathan Jones is again with us from Hartley Witney whilst he is returning from injury.

Wembley vs Holyport

None yet.

Windsor vs Ascot United

Mark Cooper: Very much looking forward to tomorrow in what will be a tough game against a very decent side in a big local derby. Both sides will be going all out for the points, us because we’re on a bad run and looking to get back to winning ways and them because they’ll be looking to keep their winning streak going. Update on the injury front and whilst we’ve still got 8 out we do have the first two of those players hoping to be back and fit for selection next weekend.

Jamie Tompkins: In terms of team news, we are looking forward to another local game and all players fit and available to play other than Tom Scott, Rory Merrick and Ian Davies. We are delighted to welcome Adam Everiss to the club too signing from Basingstoke Town.

Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League Division One

British Airways vs Eversley & California

Matt Angell: We go into Saturday’s game against British Airways looking to bounce back from last Saturday’s defeat against Langley.

The squad is a little thin on the ground with players away on hols so will miss the experience of Cam Blackie, Lewis Robson and Ali Dickie. Joe Moriarty serves his last game of a three-match ban and unfortunately, we lost George Marsh last week to what could be an ACL injury.

With players missing though it does give others a chance to shine and stake a place in the squad which is certainly the strongest I’ve had since being at the club.

Chalvey Sports vs AFC Hayes

Darren Purbrick: Have a couple of players coming back in from long term injuries. Paul Rake, Calvin Morgan and Seb Bool all are returning. A couple still out with injuries Max Lashock and Omar Salih. I now have a good squad and we are looking to get some consistency in games and results. A full squad of 16 are named for Saturday as we look to push on.

Hillingdon Borough vs Berks County

None yet.

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