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10 goal Bracknell Town ease into Reading Senior Cup semi final

10 goal Bracknell Town ease into Reading Senior Cup semi final

In the end it was all to easy for Bracknell Town who made the last four of the Reading Senior Cup for the first time since 2014 with a 10-0 win over Thames Valley Premier Division side Mortimer at Larges Lane.

It was ‘only’ 2-0 at half time to the home side thanks to an opener from Ian Davies and follow up strike from Adam Cornell but both Khalid Senussi and Carl Withers got themselves on the scoresheet in the second half..

Manager Mark Tallentire gave starts to centre back Alex Rodrigues and Callum Whitty while Dave Hancock captained the side in the absence of Carl Davies who was on the bench along with top scorer TJ Bohane and Seb Bowerman – a wise move with five games of the Hellenic Premier Division title race remaining.

Bracknell Town FC midfielder Carl Withers fires at goal. Photo: Neil Graham.

Bracknell Town FC midfielder Carl Withers fires at goal. Photo: Neil Graham.

It was more one-way traffic in the second half though with Kensley Maloney and Bohane joining the fray.

Bohane hit a hat-trick and there were further goals for Cornell and Davies while Bowerman hit the Robins seventh to dump Mortimer out of the cup and setup a semi final with either Wokingham & Emmbrook or holders Henley Town.

Here’s the full Reading Senior Cup semi-final draw.

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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  1. […] stronger scoring twice in the first period of extra time through Liam Ferdinand – who’s father was playing for Mortimer at the other end of the B3018 against Bracknell Town – and Harrison […]

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  2. […] stronger scoring twice in the first period of extra time through Liam Ferdinand – who’s father was playing for Mortimer at the other end of the B3018 against Bracknell Town – and Harrison […]

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  3. […] was a tough night all round for Thames Valley Premier League side Mortimer on Tuesday night, a 10-0 Reading Senior Cup Quarter Final defeat to Bracknell Town at Larges Lane wouldn’t have been on anyone’s mind when the two sides were drawn […]

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  4. […] Regular boss Clive McNelly was unavailable for the Reading Senior Cup Quarter Final fixture which Wokingham won 3-1 courtesy of a brace from Matt Booth and an own goal with the result setting up a semi final with neighbours Bracknell Town. […]

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