Adam Cornell celebrates scoring for Bracknell Town against Brimscombe & Thrupp. Photo: Neil Graham.
Adam Cornell celebrates scoring for Bracknell Town against Brimscombe & Thrupp. Photo: Neil Graham.

Bracknell 7 Wokingham 1: Cornell hits four as Robins head to semi’s

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Adam Cornell celebrates scoring for Bracknell Town against Brimscombe & Thrupp. Photo: Neil Graham.
Adam Cornell celebrates scoring for Bracknell Town against Brimscombe & Thrupp. Photo: Neil Graham.

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Well we promised goals didn’t we! Adam Cornell certainly didn’t disappoint with his second four goal haul of the season as Bracknell Town beat neighbours Wokingham & Emmbrook 7-1.

The win, Bracknell’s second over the Satsumas in a week sees the Robins into the semi-finals of the Bluefin Sports Supplementary Challenge Cup.

Whilst a big scoreline for the home side, Wokingham did have their chances and Elliott Rushforth scored a terrific equaliser after Bracknell had gone a goal up.

Read more: What you said about last nights Bracknell Town win..

Elliott Rushforth. Photo: Richard Claypole.
Elliott Rushforth. Photo: Richard Claypole.

Chances

Luke Scope and Josh Pearson both had great chances for the visitors, but it was Cornell who will take the plaudits scoring a hat-trick before the break.

Bracknell Town captain Carl Davies against Binfield FC. Photo: Neil Graham.
Bracknell Town captain Carl Davies against Binfield FC. Photo: Neil Graham.

Bracknell captain Carl Davies weighed in with the Robins fourth before Cornell struck again and youngster Ben Poynter added a flourish with the sixth and seventh.

Golden boot

Cornell is now the clubs leading scorer after overtaking the departed Shane Cooper-Clark and his 17 goals.

Wokingham still have a Reading Senior Cup to defend and will undoubtedly put everything into winning the trophy for a fifth time in succession.

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