Our weekly round up of all the latest news from local media, this week including the Bracknell News, Wokingham Paper and GloucestershireLive.
Binfield manager Roger Herridge spoke to the Bracknell News’ Dave Wright after Monday nights win over Burnham is targeting a top six finish for the Moles.
He said: “When everyone is fit and available, we have got a side capable of pushing to get in the top six.”
That first point is an issue though for Herridge who believes he’ll have a few players unavailable for the long trip to Tuffley Rovers in Gloucestershire on Saturday. He said: “When everyone is available and fit I am going to have selection problems, but I’ve no idea when that will be.”
Also in this weeks News, Bracknell Town joint-boss Jeff Lamb has welcomed a two week break ahead of his sides FA Vase Third Round tie at Lordswood.
The Robins have injury concerns over George Short, Justin Clayton and Seb Bowerman but are without a competitive tie until the trip to Kent on December 2nd.
Full articles in this weeks Bracknell News, available in all good newsagents.
Wokingham & Emmbrook boss Dan Bateman is after more Reading Senior Cup success for the Sumas after beating Henley Town in the first round.
The Lowther Road side have a big recent history in the competition and Bateman told The Wokingham Paper: “It’s always been a cup competition that I’ve had a lot of success with.
“We always save our best performances for that cup and we’ll be looking to do the same. The league is a big ask now, although we refuse to rule anything out.”
Read the full Wokingham Paper interview here.
According to GloucestershireLive, Lydney Town midfielder James Morse has ‘stepped down’ from first team duties due to family and work commitments. The midfielder is still expected to play for the clubs reserves.