Derby wins for Woodley United and Bracknell Town as they keep up pressure at the top of the table

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Woodley United FC winger Josh Drew. Photo: Mark Pugh.

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Drama at Larges Lane on Saturday afternoon as 10 man Ascot United pushed title challengers Bracknell Town all the way in the London Road derby.

Bracknell won the game 3-2 but not before a scare from the Yellamen who were reduced to 10 when former Robins attacker Jon Palmer was dismissed after 5 minutes for denying a goal scoring opportunity to Kensley Maloney.

Joe Grant and an own goal Jesse Wilson gave Bracknell a 2-1 lead while Seb Bowerman scored from the penalty spot and Wilson pulled one back for the visitors at the right end this time.

In the great #oakleyvoakley contest at Scours Lane, Woodley United won by a solitary goal against Sandhurst Town to keep up the pressure on league leaders Penn & Tylers Green.

Fresh Prince scored the only goal of the game as United won 1-0 in the second half, and goals from Joe Cummusky and Kai Parton-Edey gave AFC Aldermaston a 2-0 win at home to Wokingham & Emmbrook.

Matt Jones gave Binfield hope of a point at Highworth Town with a second half goal but the Moles couldn’t overhaul the Worthians 2-0 lead and went down 2-1.

Uhlsport Hellenic Premier League results

Binfield 1 – 2 Highworth Town
Bracknell Town 3 – 2 Ascot United

See the latest Premier Division table and full results here

Uhlsport Hellenic League Division 1 East results

AFC Aldermaston 2 – 0 Wokingham & Emmbrook
Finchampstead 0 – 1 Chinnor
Woodley United 1 – 0 Sandhurst Town

See the latest Division 1 East table and full results here

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