Sandhurst Town youth have a shot at glory after HUGE win

Victorious Sandhurst Town FC leave the pitch. Photo: @sandhursttownfc

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Sandhurst Town overcame five time consecutive and current reigning Allied Counties Youth League Premier Division champions Maidenhead United on a wet night at Larges Lane to earn a shot at the title with one game to play.

Maidenhead have completed their fixtures but a fourth defeat of the season for the Magpies means that if Sandhurst Town pick up three points in their final game against North Greenford United they will lift the trophy by a point.

The Fizzers led the division in the early stages but after dropping points, Wednesday nights come-from-behind win means the young Fizzers have a chance to lift the title for the first time.

Related: See the latest Allied Counties Youth League Premier Division table

The Magpies lead 2-1 after Sandhurst had taken the lead and had a goal disallowed but hit back from this free kick..

..and went on to win the game and move to within two points of the leaders.

Main image via @sandhursttownfc twitterWe will update this post with the scorers as soon as we have them.

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