Bracknell Town's Joe Grant. Photo: Neil Graham.
Bracknell Town's Joe Grant. Photo: Neil Graham.

Tuesday friendlies: Binfield defeat but good win for Bracknell

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Bracknell Town's Joe Grant. Photo: Neil Graham.
Bracknell Town's Joe Grant. Photo: Neil Graham.

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Before Tuesday night’s trip to Didcot Town, Binfield boss Roger Herridge said he was expecting a tough test from the Southern League side and he certainly got that with a 3-1 defeat at Loop Meadow.

The Moles boss will have been delighted though seeing his side take the lead and going in at the break 1-1 through Liam Ferdinand but unable to build on a positive start.

Sandhurst Town faced Combined Counties Premier Division champions Hartley Wintney at Bottom Meadow and were well beaten by their former league rivals.

Wintney led 4-0 at the break and ran out eventual 7-2 victors.

Bracknell Town put four without reply past another Combined Counties side in Hanworth Villa.

The goals came from a Carl Davies penalty, Adam Cornell, Carl Withers and Joe Grant.

In other news, Bracknell Town under 18s drew 3-3 with Flackwell Heath, goals from Reece Simpson (2) and Joel Day.

Finchampstead play Eversley & California reserves on Wednesday night.

Main image: Joe Grant pictured by Neil Graham.

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